Can the Non Invasive Porcelain Veneers Go over the Muscle Separating my Front Teeth?

Can the Non Invasive Porcelain Veneers Go over the Muscle Separating my Front Teeth?

Doctor Answers 3

Veneers over soft tissue

I think that the gum tissue would need to be removed in order to get a good result. If by non invasive, you mean no prep veneers, then it would be a good idea to get a consultation to see what's really possible for you.


Cleveland Dentist
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Veneers can fill spaces between teeth.

The two front veneers can cover the space between your teeth and will follow the contour of your gums. If there s a large piece of gum tissue present then it can be removed before the veneers are placed...Dr Thomas

Michael J. Thomas, DDS
Los Angeles Dentist
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Porcelain veneers cover tooth structure only

Dentists deal with two types of tissues, hard tissue and soft tissue.  Normally, a soft tissue solution is for a soft tissue problem, and hard tissue solution for a hard tissue problem.

The short answer is no.  However, there may be a simple solution for you.  Without seeing you or a photo, I can only guess, so I suggest a consultation with an experienced cosmetic dentist

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