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Correcting Bad Veneers

Many people have porcelain veneers. It is a popular choice for correcting many imperfections the teeth often have. However, there are many people who find that their porcelain veneers are not the smile solution they thought they would be.

Some problems people have had with porcelain veneers include:

There are reasons these problems occur. Bulky veneers could be the result of the lab making them too thick or the dentist not reducing the tooth enough. Veneers that fall off or show discoloration were probably not bonded correctly.

Placing porcelain veneers is a delicate and technically sensitive procedure. There are some cosmetic dentists who may not have the skill necessary to consistently place porcelain veneers well, or the lab these dentists use may not be very good. As a result, experienced cosmetic dentists, like Dr. Sands, replace and correct bad veneers.

Correcting bad porcelain veneers is a matter of removing the bad veneers and replacing them. Making sure they are bonded correctly and are the right size and shape is important. If your tooth needs to be reduced further to fit the veneer, Dr. Sands will do that.

You should not have to wear bad veneers at all. If you would like your bad veneers corrected and are in the Beverly Hills, California area, please contact experienced cosmetic dentist Dr. Kevin Sands for an initial consultation.