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Composite veneers – Wheaton cosmetic dentist

Image of some Wheaton veneers

Veneers in Wheaton by cosmetic dentist Bryan Bauer Case of the week Tiffany had slowly gotten more and more upset with her smile.  Small chips and breaks started to add up and the aging of existing dentistry didn’t help.  She had attempted to have things improved with another local general dentist but wasn’t happy with […]

Procedure of Composite Veneers


Steps involved in mastering a cosmetic composite veneers Steps 1 Lingual shell made Without lingual shell using mylar strip etch and bond Lingual shell back and achromatic enamel lingual shell Chromatic dentin layer Possibly a chromatic enamel layer used here Achromatic enamel layer Pencil lines for line angles. Peyton has nice article for shaping at […]

Why Composite Veneers?


Composite veneers Ceramic or porcelain veneers are what people are usually talking about when they say they got veneers or when someone famous gets veneers.  However, there is a an alternative…composite veneers.  The difference is what the veneer is made of and how we make it. There are several circumstances in which composite is a […]