Robust Veneers

  • Attached to patients’ natural teeth for a better aesthetic result.

  • Discolored teeth and misaligned teeth

  • Closing gaps between natural teeth

  • It ranges from Ultra-thin Veneers (laminates), Pattern veneers

  • 5 years warranty guarantee

China Veneers Manufacturing Service

Veneer (or laminate) is a kind of aesthetic all-ceramic restoration, usually for people’s front teeth. Dentists do not need to prepare too much of natural teeth. Therefore, a piece of veneer is very thin and delicate. It is attached to patients’ natural teeth for a better aesthetic result.

Robust has specialized in producing different types of veneers, including Ultra-thin Veneers (laminates), Pattern veneers. All our veneers have 5 years warranty. Several ways are available in Robust to produce the Zirconia Crowns, like CAD/ CAM, Traditional Way, our in-lab manufacturing time is as soon as 4 days.

Veneers Types

Ultra-thin-larminate

Ultra-thin Veneers (laminates)

We can make non-prep veneers, but please note that this kind of veneer can only cover unpleasant shade and close space. If patients need better anatomy, dentists have to prepare natural teeth. Please also send us high-resolution photos, with a shade tab next to the natural teeth.

Pattern-Veneer

Pattern Veneer

A pattern Veneer is very much like a tattoo on a person. It is created to meet various requirements from young people – to stand out from the rest, to keep a special memory, and to show their love towards some people or some football teams. We can provide standard patterns. Certainly, the patterns can also be customized. Please note that once the pattern is pasted onto veneers, it can only be scraped off by dentists. Please also send us high-resolution photos, with a shade tab next to the natural teeth.  

Robust Veneers Specification

Product: Veneers
Material for Veneers: IPS E.max Ingots (CE 0123)
Material for Ceramic: E.max Ceram
In-lab manufacturing time: 4 days
Way of manufacturing: CAD/ CAM, Traditional way
Design software: 3 Shape
Scanning Device: Shining 3D
Milling Machines for wax veneer copings: X-mill 220
Warranty: 5 years
MOQ 1 case

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1. What are dental veneers?

Dental veneers are thin, tooth-colored shells that attach to the front surfaces of teeth to improve their appearance. They are usually made of ceramic or resin composites and are permanently attached to your teeth.

Veneers can be used to treat many different cosmetic issues, including teeth that are chipped, broken, discolored, or smaller than average.

Some people may only have one tooth if they have a broken or broken tooth, but many will have 6 to 8 teeth for an even, symmetrical smile. The first eight upper teeth are the most commonly used veneers.

Veneers (or laminates) are an aesthetic all-ceramic restoration primarily used on human incisors. Dentists do not need to prepare too many natural teeth. Therefore, the veneer is very thin and delicate. It attaches to the patient’s natural teeth for better aesthetics.

Dental veneers are thin coverings that attach to teeth to give them a more classic look. There is usually a wide variety of dental veneers to choose from. If you want to use them on your teeth, you can ask your dentist what is best for you.

2. What is the role of dental veneers?

Dental veneers are an easy option if you want to improve your smile. A veneer is a thin covering that covers the front (visible) part of the tooth. They look like natural teeth. Various dental problems can be corrected with veneers.

Example:

  • Teeth are stained and cannot be bleached with bleach
  • tooth loss or wear
  • crooked or misshapen teeth
  • Uneven or large gaps between the upper incisors
  • Porcelain or composite resin materials are used to make veneers. You will be able to choose the right material with the help of your dentist. Each veneer has its own advantages.

3. What are the common types of dental veneers on the market? How to use them?

1) Porcelain veneer

Porcelain veneers are thin shells that are custom made to fit your teeth.

Benefits of Porcelain Veneers:

  • they are durable
  • they have a natural surface
  • Less enamel removal than with crowns or caps
  • They don’t get dirty easily

Steps for placing porcelain veneers:

  • To prepare the teeth, dentists usually remove small amounts of enamel from the front and sides of the teeth. This frees up space for dentures and gives your teeth a more natural look.
  • The dentist makes an impression or mold of the prepared tooth. The dentist also decides on the best veneer shade for your smile.
  • The impression will be sent to the dental laboratory, which will customise the porcelain veneer to match your teeth. This may take a few days. During this time, your dentist may put temporary braces on you.
  • At the next visit, the dentist will place the veneer on the tooth to check the fit and shape of the veneer. After any adjustments, the teeth are cleaned and the veneers are glued to the teeth.
  • Future appointments may result in further changes.

2) Composite resin veneer

Composite veneers are made from a filling material that is the same color as the tooth bonded to the tooth.

Advantages of composite resin veneer:

  • Typically, less enamel needs to be removed than crowns or porcelain veneers
  • This could mean fewer visits to the dentist – sometimes these dentures are only seen once
  • Cheaper than porcelain veneers
  • If they are damaged, they are easy to repair; although composite veneers are generally not as strong and wear-resistant as porcelain veneers, composite veneers are easy and quick to repair

Steps to place composite resin veneer:

  • After the teeth are prepared or reshaped, the dentist will carefully glue and carve the composite in the color that works best for you.
  • A special light is used to harden the composite and stick it to your teeth.
  • These veneers are polished smooth to look like natural teeth.

4. What are the uses of dental sticks?

Here are some of the main features of using dental veneers:

1) Before you do the paneling

Your teeth and gums must be healthy to have dentures. Your dentist can treat your braces before any disease or cavities. Veneers are not always a good option for patients who clench or grind their teeth, as thin veneers can chip. If you clench or grind your teeth, your dentist may recommend wearing plastic braces while you sleep.

While your dentist removes as little enamel as possible, once the enamel is removed, the process cannot be restored. Over time, veneers may loosen. In this case, a new one may be required.

Your dentist should discuss all of your expectations and treatment options with you. Regular dental visits are essential to maintaining healthy teeth and gums.

2) After finishing the veneer

Veneers may chip or crack under pressure. Avoid biting nails and biting hard objects such as pencils and ice. It may take you a few days to get used to the feel of the veneer. But be sure to let your dentist know if your teeth don’t feel after wearing dentures. He or she will correct your mistakes before you leave the office.

Brush and floss your teeth and gums daily. There will still be voids under or around the veneer. Look for dental care products with the American Dental Association Approved Mark. It shows that the product has reached the national safety and effective standard.

5. How long can the veneer be used?

The longevity of dental veneers depends on whether you use porcelain or composite veneers, and how you take care of them. Ceramic laminate veneers can last 10 to 12 years. Composite resin veneers need to be replaced as soon as possible, as they can last 4 to 8 years.

6. How do porcelain veneers affect teeth?

Porcelain veneers will not harm your teeth in any way, as long as you see a qualified cosmetic dentist. The first step in putting braces on a patient is taking an x-ray to make sure your teeth are healthy and free of cavities. Sometimes we may need to treat your teeth before treatment starts.

Once your teeth are healthy and ready, we need to prepare your teeth. To get your teeth ready for porcelain veneers, we must first remove a thin layer of enamel to make room for the porcelain veneers. While this may sound bad for your teeth, it’s not because we put braces on your teeth. Your teeth will be more protected than before and won’t be stained like natural teeth. Then we stick the veneer to the tooth with a special adhesive. The bonding material is completely safe and will not harm the teeth. This simple step can give you beautiful results, protect your teeth and prevent stains.

You’ll enjoy these beautiful porcelain veneers for the next decade.

Eventually, you’ll need to replace them with a new set of braces so they’ll look good all the time, but no matter how many braces you’ve worn over the years, you won’t damage your teeth. Your teeth are still safe and protected by a mouthguard.

7. Dental veneers: pros and cons?

All dental procedures have pros and cons, and veneers are no exception. Knowing the benefits and drawbacks of dental veneers can help you decide if dental veneers are the right choice to enhance the cosmetic appeal of your smile.

1) Advantages of veneer

Veneers have many advantages over other cosmetic dental procedures.

  • Plywood masks the problem

A cosmetic dentist can address most cosmetic problems with teeth whitening, orthodontics, and other dental procedures, but in some cases, treatment isn’t enough to completely resolve the problem. For example, whitening may not remove stains completely, or misshapen teeth may be too small.

Dental veneers cover the surface of the teeth, so they completely hide cosmetic concerns. In many cases, veneers can restore a bright, healthy smile more than other cosmetic dental procedures.

Unlike many other types of cosmetic dentistry, you can choose your veneer from two materials: porcelain and composite resin. Porcelain veneers are more attractive, more durable, stain-resistant, shinier, and look more natural than composite resin veneers, but porcelain veneers are also more expensive.

Dental veneers create a natural, flawless smile. Porcelain has reflective properties similar to enamel. Composite resins allow your dentist to shape and shape veneers to precisely match your other teeth. Both ceramic and composite resin veneers made by experienced, trained cosmetic dentists look like natural teeth.

Ceramic and composite resins are stain resistant, which helps your veneers resist discolored coffee, tea, fruit drinks, and other foods and beverages. The stain-causing compounds just roll off the porcelain veneer or stay on the composite resin veneer, and they can easily be brushed off.

Immediate results can be seen in one or two visits. Other types of dental restorations can take weeks or months to complete and often require multiple visits to the dentist. A cosmetic dentist can provide porcelain veneers in just two clinic visits and composite resin in one clinic.

Veneers are very versatile – they can hide stubborn stains and discoloration, hide cracks and chips, and give new shape to misshapen or slightly crooked teeth. Veneers can replace teeth whitening, caps or crowns, or even minor orthodontic treatments.

When combined with other types of dental restorations, such as crowns, veneers are affordable. Veneers are also long-lasting, so the investment in veneers lasts longer than teeth whitening or other cosmetic dental procedures that require repeated treatments to maintain results.

  • Requires very little preparation

Getting dentures only requires one or two visits to the dentist with minimal preparation. Dentists remove a small amount of enamel to make room for the veneer before applying a ceramic wafer or composite resin to the front surface of the tooth. This is only a small amount of preparation compared to crowns, which require your dentist to remove more enamel.

  • Fantastic, lasting results

The veneers on your teeth look and feel just like your natural teeth. Results can also last for many years—for most people, porcelain veneers last seven to 15 years, although for many patients, dental restorations can last longer. To keep your teeth looking their best, your dentist may recommend replacing your braces every 15 years or so.

While they are a cosmetic solution for discolored or misshapen teeth, some types of veneers are strong enough to provide support for slightly damaged teeth. For example, pressed porcelain veneers are a conservative alternative to crowns that are strong enough to last for decades.

Braces do not require special care, just brush your teeth twice a day, floss once a day, and visit your dentist regularly.

2) Disadvantages of veneer

While dental veneers have many benefits, such as creating a more attractive smile with very little effort, the procedure has its downsides. For most people, the benefits of dental implants far outweigh the disadvantages.

Placing the veneer requires removing a thin layer of enamel to create more space for the veneer — a process that is irreversible because once the enamel has been removed, There is no way to get it back.

Enamel protects teeth from heat and cold; Removing enamel makes teeth more sensitive to temperature.

  • The effectiveness of repairing severely damaged teeth is limited

Dental veneers repair the appearance of minimally damaged teeth, not the appearance of severely damaged teeth. In this case, the dentist may recommend a crown that fits the whole tooth.

  • Relatively short life span

Veneers have a shorter service life than Bridges and crowns.

The veneer of the tooth is very thin, so it can be easily damaged. For example, porcelain veneers can flake and crack, while composite veneers can stain, flake or crack.

  • It’s more expensive than whitening

Compared to tooth whitening and other dental procedures, the best veneers can be expensive.

8. What’s the price of the veneer?

Veneers are not usually covered by insurance because they are considered a cosmetic procedure. Typically, the price ranges from $925 to $2,500 per tooth, according to the American Dental Association. The composite veneer costs about $400 to $2,000 per tooth and lasts five to seven years . Traditional veneers are often the most cost-effective option in the long run.

The cost of your veneer depends on factors such as the type of veneer you choose, your dentist’s brand, the cost of living in your area, and your dentist’s level of expertise. If you go to the clinic to see a dentist, the cost is much lower because the dentist is a student supervised by the faculty of the dental school.

9. Are there any other considerations for dental veneers?

1) What is the difference between porcelain veneers and composite veneers?

Composite veneers are made from a synthetic mixture of resin (plastic) and glass and are applied to the teeth one layer at a time. Porcelain veneers are thin “shells” of porcelain stuck to the front of teeth. Benefits:

  • Not as expensive as porcelain veneers
  • Chips and cracks can be repaired
  • Less enamel loss from natural teeth

Potential disadvantages:

  • Poor durability, stains are more likely to appear
  • Shorter lifespan than porcelain veneers
  • Composite veneers don’t look as natural as porcelain and appear bulkier

Benefit:

  • More durable and stain resistant than composite veneers
  • very natural aesthetic
  • long life
  • Potential disadvantages:
  • Veneers that have been damaged cannot be repaired and must be replaced
  • It takes a long time to complete the treatment (usually 3 days)

2) Do I need to replace the veneer?

Yes, most patients will replace their braces at some point in their lives, as braces can last up to 12 years. At this time, your dentist will polish and redo your braces. A small amount of enamel was removed by the old finish. If your natural teeth no longer contain enough enamel to maintain a new veneer, crowns may be a suitable replacement.

3) Why do I need to replace veneers?

Veneers may need to be replaced if:

The gums gradually recede, exposing the edge between the root and the veneer. There may be smudges or thin brown lines near the edges.

Over time, veneers can chip as the material (ceramic or composite) weakens under the stress of everyday use.

Broken veneers due to changes in the bite due to tooth loss, erosion or decay.

4) Why do composite veneers need faster replacement?

Composite resins are not as durable as porcelain; make veneers peel more easily than porcelain veneers. Composites are also easier to color. This means that composite veneers generally have a shorter lifespan (about 8 years) than porcelain veneers.

5) Are veneers the best option?

Dental veneers are for those who want to hide small blemishes on their teeth and smile with confidence. The main purpose is to improve the cosmetic appearance of the teeth. Dental veneers look and feel like natural teeth, so they can be hard to spot. This is an option for those with healthy gums and teeth. Common reasons to buy veneers:

  • Broken, chipped, or cracked teeth
  • Tooth discoloration or staining
  • Gap between teeth
  • Obvious padding
  • Crooked, oddly shaped, or eroded teeth
  • Teeth that protrude because they are too small or uneven
  • Small amount of blood in the mouth

Note that if you have active gum disease or severely damaged teeth, your dentist will recommend alternative treatments (in which case veneers are not suitable).

Note that if you have active gum disease or severely damaged teeth, your dentist will recommend alternative treatments (in which case veneers are not suitable).

6) How to prepare for a date?

Before you get your dentures, you’ll have your first appointment with your dentist to discuss which option is right for you and how many dentures you’d like to have fitted. In some cases, if your teeth are not aligned, you may need to wear braces, and then your dentist can place veneers.

During this stage, your dentist will often take x-rays to assess the health of your teeth. They will look for signs of caries, gum disease or the need for root canal treatment. If you have any of the above conditions, you may not be suitable for dentures.

To get the exact size of your braces, at your next appointment, the dentist will cut half a millimeter into your teeth (they will use abrasives to remove the enamel) and make a mold (impression) of your teeth. This mold is then sent to the lab to make the veneer.

7) How to fit the teeth?

Usually, it will take 1 to 2 weeks to get your veneers back from the lab after your dentist has made your mold. Once your veneers are installed, you can schedule an appointment to place them. During this appointment, your dentist will evaluate the fit, shape, and color of your veneers to make sure they’re the best fit for you. Next, your dentist thoroughly cleans your teeth. This is important because it prevents bacteria from getting trapped under the veneer and causing rot.

After that, they used an abrasive tool to create a rougher texture on each tooth to be veneered. It makes it easier for the veneer to adhere to the tooth. Your dentist then attaches the veneer to the tooth using a dental adhesive. They use UV light to rapidly harden this cement. The second appointment (where the braces are placed) usually takes no more than 2 hours. But it may vary depending on the number of veneers done and whether or not local anesthesia is used.

8) What is the difference between veneers, crowns and implants?

Veneers are not the same as implants or crowns. Braces cover only the front surface of the tooth, while crowns cover the entire tooth. The veneer is also thinner than the crown: about 1mm vs 2mm. Also, the film is less intrusive. If you need a crown, your dentist will need to file or grind more teeth to prepare the crown than to use veneers. At the same time, implants are placed in the bone to replace the missing teeth, and crowns are placed on them. The area around the implanted tooth will take several months to recover enough to hold the replacement tooth.

9) How to care after the veneer is placed?

In contrast to other dental procedures, the recovery process is quick. Instead, once the plywood is glued on, the anesthetic wears off, and you can eat and chew as usual. Be careful not to bite your cheek or tongue as the anesthesia wears off. In some cases, after the veneers are applied, you may notice that they feel a little rough. These rough spots (usually due to extra cement attached to the veneer) wear off after a few days of normal eating and brushing. If not, your dentist can smooth them out.

Traditional porcelain veneers usually last at least 10 years (some studies suggest 20 years), while unprepared porcelain veneers last about 5 to 7 years. Taking certain precautions can help you prolong their life as long as possible. These measures include:

  • Do not chew on hard objects such as pens, ice cubes, and fingernails.
  • You should not open the package with your teeth.
  • Try not to chew with your front teeth. Only use your back teeth to eat hard foods; chop up hard foods so it’s possible.
  • If you grind or clench your teeth at night, use a splint or retainer to protect your braces.
  • If you exercise, you should wear braces.
  • If you grind or clench your teeth, you should have a mouth protector or retainer installed.

10) Things you need to know to better protect your teeth

The outer layer of teeth is made up of enamel, a substance that protects teeth from physical and chemical damage. Tooth enamel is hard. In fact, it is the hardest tissue in the human body, even harder than bone. Enamel is the tooth’s first line of defense against various chemicals in food and body fluids. Therefore, it is easily worn out. This is called enamel erosion.

Enamel erosion can lead to symptoms such as stains and sensitivity. Tooth enamel cannot regenerate. But you can prevent the erosion from getting worse with the treatment and care of your teeth.

Symptoms of tooth enamel loss

Symptoms of enamel erosion vary. They usually include:

Increased sensitivity to taste, texture and temperature

cracks and chips

discoloration

The depression on the surface of the tooth is called the cup

You may have severe enamel erosion if you have:

pain

High sensitivity to cold, hot, sour, and spicy foods and beverages

tooth discoloration

Over time, enamel erosion can lead to the following complications:

yellow, teeth

overly sensitive teeth

The edges of the teeth are rough

shiny spots on your teeth

increase tooth decay

Grind away the enamel slowly, ma

11) Why is the veneer discolored?

Porcelain veneers are custom shells made from tooth-colored material. By covering the front surface of each tooth, veneers are very effective at enhancing your natural smile. Once placed, the shells stick to the surface of each tooth, giving them a natural look.

Veneers do not stain as easily as natural enamel; however, they can still yellow or fade over time. Prolonged exposure to highly pigmented beverages, such as red wine and black coffee, can develop surface stains.

Other common conditions that cause veneer discoloration include:

your age

The age of your veneers

Trauma or damage to the tooth under the veneer

Make sure you manage your investments properly

The best way to prevent stains on porcelain veneers is to treat them like natural tooth enamel. Brushing your teeth after drinking coffee or other dark foods or beverages may reduce the acids and sugars that stick to your teeth after meals. It is also recommended to try to avoid foods and drinks that are saturated in color, as they can lead to staining.

Use only soft-bristled toothbrushes

Harder bristles may damage the porcelain covering the veneer. Additionally, a hard-bristled toothbrush can cause the gum line to recede, exposing the bottom of the veneer. Be sure to brush with a soft-bristled toothbrush to get proper care and prevent post-meal stains.

Check the ingredients of toothpaste

While baking soda is an important ingredient in cleaning natural teeth, it can wear down porcelain veneers, causing them to wear and discolour earlier.

There are many brands of toothpaste specifically designed to remove dirt from veneers. While some can be found online, your dentist may recommend prescription-strength fluoride to keep your teeth at their whitest. Remember, polishing toothpaste will only whiten tiny stains.

Quit Bad Habits That Cause Staining

Dentures are not as prone to stains as regular teeth; however, bad habits can make veneers more prone to fading and staining. The following bad habits can cause visible stains, damage china, and increase your likelihood of developing gum disease.

Smoking cigarettes and other tobacco products

Drink coffee

drink red wine

Unrestricted drinking soda

Semi-annual professional teeth cleaning is not scheduled

Replacing old finishes for a brighter smile

Veneers make you whiter quickly and make your smile brighter. Help keep your veneer looking brand new with full care of your investment.

Avoid foods or drinks that have the potential to stain, brush your teeth regularly, and don’t forget to schedule a professional cleaning with your dentist every six months. If you have old braces, your dentist may recommend that you get new braces if you find that the discoloration is irreversible.

12) Are there risks to dental veneers?

Dental veneers do have risks, and you need to be aware of these things before deciding to use them.

  • The process cannot be undone.
  • Veneers are more expensive to bond than composite resins.
  • If the veneer has chips or cracks, it usually cannot be repaired.

Because the enamel has been removed, your teeth may be more sensitive to hot and cold foods and drinks.

  • There is a possibility that veneers will not exactly match the color of other teeth. Also, the color of the veneer cannot be changed once it is in place. If you plan to whiten your teeth, you will need to do this before getting dentures.
  • Although unlikely, the veneer may come off. To reduce the chance of this happening, don’t bite your nails, pencils, ice cubes or other hard objects, or otherwise put too much pressure on your teeth.
  • Teeth with veneers can still experience decay and may require complete coverage of the tooth with a crown.

Veneers are not a good option for people with unhealthy teeth (eg, those with cavities or active gum disease), weak teeth (due to cavities, fractures, heavy fillings), or people who do not have enough enamel on the surface of their teeth.

Porcelain veneers are not suitable for people who are gnashing their teeth, as this can cause the veneer to crack or chip.

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