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What are dental facets?
Dental facets are a real shield to the outer surface of the tooth, being specifically designed to improve the shape and / or its color. This fits the front surface of the tooth using a special adhesive cement, sealing it against cavities and imperfections due to differences in color, shape or position in relation to other teeth. Thus, the front teeth flaws can be “masked” to perfection using dental facets.
How many types of dental facets exist?
Dental facets can be made of composite ceramics (porcelain) or zirconium. The composite ceramic facets are inferior, but having the advantage of low prices and fast execution term.
Ceramic facets are made of a highly durable porcelain and manage to restore natural tooth translucency with high accuracy, they are smooth and impenetrable, which means that faceted tooth will remain as bright and white as in the first day.
In what cases are dental facets recomended?
- to cover broken, cracked or chipped teeth
- to cover unsightly stained or discolored teeth as a result of treatment with tetracycline, fluorosis, crown restorations, incorrect treatments
- to cover stained teeth
- for aligning teeth with abnormal shape: too big or too small teeth, crooked teeth, unsightly shapes
- for improperly positioned teeth
- if crowded teeth or spaces between them (dental facets close unsightly areas of the front teeth – so-called mid line)
- to cover unsightly fillings
- to cover gingival smile
In what cases are dental facets not recommended?
Dental facets are applied only on healthy teeth! If there are serious dental problems or diseases like gingivitis/periodontitis, they must be treated before applying dental facets.
What are the advantages of dental facets?
- it doesn’t require special attention, you can eat anything
- superior aesthetics
- fast and easy procedure
- there is no sensitivity after treatment
- require sanding the vestibular surface – minimally invasive of the teeth