Comparison of Porcelain Veneers Vs Invisalign

Book An Appointment Or Call Us: 512-454-2744 This case was finished using porcelain veneers. [Summary: 1. Patient has naturally small laterals that were restored initially with composite and slight tipping of the centrals. This case was completed with 4 veneers.] This case was corrected with porcelain jacket crowns. [Summary: 2. Patient had previous restorations with composite, which was improved with 2 all-ceramic crowns.] This case was improved with esthetic composite. [Summary: 3. Patient had space between her centrals (diastema), which was improved with composite filling material to close the gap.] This case was completed using a no-prep veneer (Lumineer). [Summary: 4. Lumineer used to correct the spacing and improve the smile line. This approach used a minimal prep (virtually no prepping on the teeth.)] This case was repaired using a blended esthetic composite. [Summary: 5.… Read More »
Bonding to Veneers

Replacing old composite bonding with porcelain veneers (Lumineers) Minimal Prep Veneers

By: Russell McFarlane In 2011, we completed composite bonding on the patient's peg laterals. A peg lateral is a tooth that naturally is smaller due to a genetic variation. Peg laterals or even missing laterals (Tooth #7 and #10) are very common. So, patients with peg laterals or missing laterals are often looking for a solution. Minimal Prep or No Prep Veneers can work very well on a case like this, so, for this case we used Lumineers with a guided minimal prep. Photo from 2/7/2019 showing composite bonding (completed 2011) on the laterals. Photo from 2/7/2019 showing the peg laterals with the composite bonding removed. Photo from 3/7/2019 case follow-up, after seating the porcelain veneers on 2/26/2019, then, letting the gums heal before the final photos were made. This case shows how attention to… Read More »