Minimally-prepped Veneers or “No-prep” Veneers are a great option for certain patients. The main difference between minimally-prepped and traditional veneers is the how the veneer is bonded to the tooth. In traditional porcelain veneers, a very small amount of tooth enamel is grinded down in order to attach the veneer. Minimally-prepped veneers do not require us to grind or file down your teeth in order to achieve proper placement.
Traditional Veneers vs No-prep Veneers
Minimally-prepped or No-prep Veneers may not require a local anesthetic making the procedure quicker and more comfortable than traditional veneers. Because the tooth enamel is not grinded down with minimally-prepped veneers, some patients choose not to receive a local anesthetic. Of course, you have the choice to use one if your teeth are sensitive.
Hygiene and safety are incredibly important. These days you will see clean and sanitized and newly opened equipment in use.
Lumineers, Durathin, and Vivaneers are a few minimally-prepped veneers that we use at Adam Brown, DDS. It is important to consider options when getting a cosmetic dentistry procedure. At Adam Brown, DDS, we like to sit down with our patients and go over options. Minimally-prepped veneers or no-prep veneers can help several cosmetic dental conditions.
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