I hate my veneers (Photo)
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The best thing to do is return to the dentist who placed your veneers to discuss your concerns. I always recommend okaying your restorations before having them permanently bonded. That way, any necessary changes to shade, shape and fit can easily be made. I understand that at this point you are probably frustrated but the best option for you is to see you dentist as soon as you can. Believe it or not, dentists want their patients to be happy with their results. I hope this helps. Follow me for more questions and answers.
That issue should be solved by the dental lab that your doctor uses, it is not your doctors fault as he does not manufacture the veneers. Dental lab should replace veneers at no cost.
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