Two different types of veneers
Generally speaking, one can distinguish between two types of veneers: conventional veneers, where the tooth enamel has to be ground minimally prior to application, and the so-called non-prep veneers, which can be applied to the teeth quite simply, without any prior preparing, thanks to a special adhesive. There are veneers in ceramic or in lower-quality synthetic versions. 4EVER-WHITE veneers by the specialists from Munich belong to the non-prep veneers, which can be made and applied within one single session – and that without any annoying dental impression. Apart from that, the non-prep veneer treatment is absolutely painless, as the tooth enamel is not attacked and no injections are needed.
Single-tooth restoration with veneers?
Both conventional veneers as well as non-prep veneers can be used to restore individual teeth. Regardless, non-prep veneers such as 4EVER-WHITE veneers from the dental practice Bärenklau in Munich are most frequently intended for larger restoration work with numerous teeth. „Veneers from a single source” have a number of decisive benefits: especially in the field of vision, where teeth are uniformly attractive; with these veneers, tooth displacements or tooth fractures as well as colour and shape (e.g. -> black triangles) can be corrected in just one single workstep. A non-prep veneer such as the 4EVER-WHITE veneer from the dental practice Christian Bärenklau is truly versatile: it can also be affixed to existing, intact synthetic fillings, crowns or bridges – thus perfectly rounding off the appearance. It goes without saying that this exceptionally high quality also comes at a price; a maximal full arch treatment costs more money than an individual veneer for a single tooth.