Replacing composite veneers with ceramic
Individual results may vary.Case ID: 1808
The patient came to the clinic with ruined composite veneers on the lower and upper jaw (only 3 years had passed since they were placed). Multiple secondary decays were diagnosed. Stains formed on the veneers since they were not resistant to food dyes.
Dr. Anokhina placed strong, durable ceramic veneers on all teeth. As you can see, the result is obvious. The patient never thought he would have such a smile. “I am glad that I came to see Dr. Svetlana.”
This case illustrates why it is better to place ceramic veneers right away. Composite restorations deteriorate quickly (they last up to 5 years). Secondary decays develop because of microcracks, and stains appear from dyes in food and drinks.