What are the different types of temporary veneers that can be used ?
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While there are other options for temporaries, the best option is the single piece. Placing each temporary veneer individually is very time consuming, and they have a high probability of coming off prematurely. Don't worry, the fact that your temporaries are connected will not affect the esthetics. Good luck and I hope this helps. You can follow me on RealSelf if you have more questions.
they do not need temporary veneers, no sense to make them individuals.
the preparation is done after a smile design,and a good procedure,
meanwhile you will have temporaries done from acrylic , which will last only some days,
and the definitive ones made out of porcelain, will be set just a few days after, or even the same day, depending on the technique and materials.
The veneer process is a multi-visit procedure and does take some planning. Part of this is designing a smile on a model in wax first to both try in and use as a template for temporaries. Once the teeth are prepared and recontoured for veneers, this wax model can be used to make great looking temporaries. In fact, one or two cases in our before/after smile gallery are just temporaries.
The nature of how this works means that the temporaries will all be connected. This helps with retention to prevent them from breaking off. The aesthetics are not affected and always look amazing. Patients are usually so pleased with temporaries and they look very close to what the final veneers will look like. The downside is that flossing is not possible however you are only in temporaries for a very short period of time. The final veneers are all separate units.
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