Changing our smile can be one of the biggest decisions of our lifetime. And while we can fill our heads with expert medical advice, before-and-after photos are oftentimes the most encouraging source.
Read on to discover more about Minish veneers and to witness real accounts of satisfied clients through their before-and-after photos.
- What Are Veneers?
- Getting Veneers at Minish in Korea
- Veneers Before and After
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What Are Veneers?
Dental veneers are a popular cosmetic treatment that aims to improve the appearance of one’s teeth. This covers a range of concerns such as discoloration, chips, cracks, gaps, and more. Veneers are thin shells designed in a number of ways that fit over the front surface of the teeth. Most veneers are made from porcelain or composite resin.
Minish Dental Hospital uses one of the most technologically advanced installation processes in the world by using 3D printed veneers. These help match and fit a client’s natural smile more carefully.
Getting Veneers at Minish in Korea
As the popularity of veneers continues to grow around the world, there are a number of reasons why people have considered coming to Korea to receive treatment. Not only does Seoul offer a wide range of clinics with experienced professionals and graduates from the top universities in Korea, but it is also at the forefront of the dental industry’s most innovative technology.
Minish Dental Hospital is the most celebrated clinic in Seoul with celebrity and international clients visiting year round. Our expert staff is able to address many concerns such as stained yellow teeth, dwarf teeth, butterfly teeth, protruding teeth, and bunny teeth at affordable prices.
Ready to show off your smile? Book a free online consultation today and join the growing community of satisfied Minish clients.
Veneers Before and After
In this article, Minish will let our before and after photos do the talking for our professional skills. If you’re still struggling with your decision to get veneers, we hope these photos will help guide you toward your dream smile.
For further questions, Minish is available for contact 7 days a week or through our online consultation form.
1. Protruding Teeth
There are several reasons why one might have protruding teeth. This includes genetics, non-nutritive sucking behaviors, tongue thrusting, missing or extra teeth, tumors or cysts, and more.
When it comes to protruding teeth, patients can suffer more than psychological damage. The physical difficulties of protruding teeth include, but are not limited to, difficulties chewing, indigestion, dry mouth, and more. To make matters worse, those with protruding teeth often suffer from oral diseases such as bad breath and bacterial infections.
We strive for all of our patients to feel comfortable and beautiful in their smiles. If you feel that your protruding teeth are holding you back physically and mentally, consider our veneers for protruding teeth today.
2. Gapped Teeth
The most common cause of gapped front teeth is a fraenum that sits lower than usual and keeps the two top front teeth apart.
Gapped teeth are considered a majorly complex cosmetic factor, but they also cause functional problems that can affect one’s health. For example, food is more easily caught between gapped teeth which in turn pushes the opening further. In addition, the exposed gums between the teeth are more easily damaged and infected. If the gap is inherited through genetics, aging, or gum diseases, orthodontic treatments alone are often not enough to resolve the issue.
With Minish Dental Hospital, we can cover all concerns regarding gapped teeth from orthodontic treatments to veneers. Our minimal shaving technique helps fit veneers more naturally, unlike the use of laminate which requires the reduction of 0.5-0.7mm of enamel. To learn more, reach out using our convenient consultation form today.
3. Bunny Teeth
What causes bunny teeth, also known as buck teeth? Bunny teeth are when the incisors appear relatively prominent due to a longer length or larger width. Bunny teeth can occur due to a number of factors such as tongue thrusting, thumb sucking, and natural alignment. Gum disease, affected chewing and speech, jaw problems and even tooth loss may result from an overbite.
If the cause of rabbit teeth is due to the angle of the teeth, it can be resolved through orthodontic treatment. In the case of large tooth size differences, it is difficult to expect satisfactory results with orthodontic treatment alone. Thus, Minish suggests a hybrid treatment of orthodontics and veneers for patients with concerns about bunny teeth. Our hybrid treatment establishes a 1:1 customized treatment plan through a detailed examination and analysis system using state-of-the-art equipment.
Do you only require cosmetic veneers? You can improve your bunny teeth easily with our One Day Veneer program. Contact us today to see which treatment plan is best for you.
4. Butterfly Shaped Teeth
Teeth erupting crookedly – known popularly as butterfly teeth – are caused by a number of reasons ranging from genetics to mouth deformities and serious oral diseases. Although there is no major problem in the overall teeth alignment when one has butterfly teeth, spread out incisors can make the entire alignment of one’s smile appear uneven.
Trying to improve the shape through general esthetic prosthetic treatment such as with laminate or crowns will inevitably increase the amount of teeth shaving required. This will have a fatal adverse effect on your dental health. To minimize the teeth shaving, the patient featured in the photograph received six Minish veneers to help improve the alignment.
To determine whether or not you are able to apply veneers to your butterfly teeth, contact our expert staff today for professional guidance.
5. Dwarf Teeth
Dwarf teeth, or teeth that are smaller than normal, can occur for a number of reasons. This includes pituitary dwarfism, chemotherapy or radiation, cleft lip and palate, or congenital deafness with labyrinthine aplasia, among others.
Dwarf teeth are most often seen in the lateral incisors right next to the incisors. If a certain tooth is smaller than the surrounding teeth, prosthetic treatment can be undergone. However, in the case of dwarf teeth, it is important not to trim too much as they are already smaller in size. In comparison to other veneer treatments, improving the size and shape of the teeth is more important than teeth alignment.
Minish veneers can be applied over dwarf teeth to give them an overall larger or longer appearance. Each case depends on the unique teeth of the patient, which is taken into consideration by our expert staff. To see if the Dwarf Teeth treatment is right for you, contact us using our online consultation form today.
6. Damaged Teeth
The reasons for tooth damage are largely divided into chemical damage and physical damage. Chemical damage refers to bacteria from food leftovers in the mouth, and the acid being released which eventually dissolves the teeth. Physical damage is where the teeth get damaged due to physical force or teeth get changed as the teeth wear out and break due to diseases, bad habits, aging, etc.
In the case of damaged teeth, Minish veneers are strongly encouraged. With our veneers, not only can dental health be improved but also the aesthetic restoration of one’s smile. Prompt treatment is also encouraged to avoid further damage.
For those with damaged teeth, we also recommend our One Day Treatment program in order to quickly address any concerns. To see if this program is right for you, Minish is available for contact 7 days a week.
7. Stained Teeth
As for the cause of yellow teeth, there are people who are born with yellow dentin or with thin enamel which may be reflected as yellow. Tooth discolouration can happen due to nicotine from smoking to certain food that we eat. Tooth discoloration can also be caused by aging, medications, trauma, and nerve treatment. In addition, dirt spots can be formed after resin treatments on the incisors.
If it is simply a matter of discoloration of teeth, we recommend teeth whitening. However, as whitening is not a permanent treatment, this is required to be done regularly in order to keep your smile sparkling. Another, long-lasting option is the installation of Minish veneers for a permanent whitening result.
Making teeth bright and improving their shape is something every dentist can do. However, not every dentist would consider a harmonious look based on an individual’s face shape. There are also a number of clinics that are not concerned with the overall health of the teeth as opposed to the cosmetic appearance. Minish prides itself on valuing both aspects equally. Please feel free to contact us for your teeth concerns, we care about what patients are concerned, and also the life long goal of dental care.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1. What can I expect my teeth to look like before and after getting veneers in Korea?
No matter what dental concern you have, Minish is there to address each worry with patience and expert guidance. Due to our highly trained professionals, top-notch equipment, and patient dedication, our veneers will appear as though they were your natural teeth. In particular, our minimal tooth shaving means that the veneers are able to stick more closely to the natural tooth and protrude less than other clinics’ veneers. Finally, our 3D printing technology allows us to perfect the shape, texture, and color of the teeth to match with a client’s natural set.
2. Will my teeth feel any different after getting veneers?
Overall, your teeth will feel almost the same as your natural set after getting Minish veneers due to our minimal shaving. It is normal, however, to experience a slight hot and cold sensitivity immediately after the application of veneers. This will diminish with time. For any additional concerns, Minish is available 7 days a week and will happily remedy any uncomfortable veneers post-procedure.