Everything To Know About Veneers And Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Dr. Dunia Korous received her undergraduate degree in Neuroscience from the University of Texas at Dallas with Honors Distinction. Her enthusiasm and love for the art and sciences continued at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio where she obtained her Doctor of Dental Surgery with Distinction in Dental Education. Due to her passion for learning and strong desire to advance in her profession, Dr. Korous has obtained many certifications in areas of Cosmetic Dentistry, as well as Implant Dentistry, sleep and airway, and TMJ. She has obtained her Fellowship in the International Congress of Oral Implantology and is currently working on receiving her Fellowship in the Academy of General Dentistry and American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Haute Beauty expert Dr. Dunia Korous explains how porcelain veneers and full mouth rehabilitation enhance the quality of your smile.

veneersPhoto Credit: ShutterstockWhat are Porcelain Veneers?

Dental veneers have proved to be an easy method to correct both the physical conditions and the aesthetics of natural teeth. Veneers are thin, tooth-colored porcelain cemented to the front surfaces of teeth. At Millennium Smiles, they offer patients digital smile designs that help perfect the smile you are looking for based on your personality and lifestyle. They offer patients a full wax of their teeth prior to the fabrication of the veneers. Patients have the opportunity to see the color, shape, and anatomy of veneers prior to fabrication.

Porcelain veneers have a much stronger bond to enamel than it does to the inner layer of the teeth or dentin. Millennium Smiles try their best to enhance bonding the veneers to your teeth and be more conservative as far as the teeth structure goes.

veneersPhoto Credit: ShutterstockWhat is Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

If you are suffering from infected or broken teeth, have lost several teeth over the years, chipped front or back teeth as a result of clenching and grinding habits. A full mouth rehabilitation will increase not only the function and aesthetic of your teeth but your overall health as well.

What is the first step?

The first step is creating a wax of the upper and lower arch to know exactly where you are going to place every single tooth and see what the final teeth position is going to look like.

Their goal at Millennium Smiles is to not only help patients improve their smiles with beautiful veneers or crowns but to place implants where they are missing teeth and provide additional options that can enhance the quality and quantity of their lives.

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