Should I Get Veneers Or Implants?

as a result of an accident my molars and bicuspids on both sides cracked in half all the way till the roots. Now I have two bridges on both sides: on the left and on the right sides it covers 4 teeth. Bridges were done about 5 years ago. I would like to do veneers now, but I want it to be done a few shades lighter than my original teeth, and not sure what to do about these bridges. Should I get new bridges that are lighter in shade? Or should I get implants instead?

Doctor Answers 2

New Bridge or Implants

I would suggest you see a dentist and determine if you are a candidate for dental implants and evaluate what it will entail.  Will you need a bone graft, a sinus lift?  You cannot make an informed decision until you have all the information.  I would suggest getting a CBCT scan to see "exactly" what kind and how much bone you have and then you can further evaluate what makes the most sense for your particular situation.  

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Veneers or Implants

You have a lot of serious conditions going on. I suggest you see a dentist for a complete set of X-rays as well as a complete occlusal examination along with photographs. Then sit down with the dentist and discuss your esthetic concerns and find out what your options are.

Jay Neuhaus, DDS
New York Dentist

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