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"Veneers: The Key to a Perfect Smile."

At Kigo Dental, we believe that a radiant smile can be a powerful asset, boosting your self-confidence and transforming your overall appearance. If you’re looking to enhance the beauty of your teeth and achieve a dazzling smile, our Dental Veneers service offers a remarkable solution.

Whether you have chipped, discolored, misaligned, or uneven teeth, our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to providing you with the highest standard of care and delivering stunning, natural-looking results.

Dental veneers are thin, custom-made shells that are meticulously crafted and bonded to the front surface of your teeth. They are designed to address a variety of cosmetic concerns and create a flawless, harmonious smile. Our dental experts at Kigo Dental understand that each patient is unique, which is why we take a personalized approach to ensure that your veneers are tailored to your specific desires and facial features.

The process of placing veneers is minimally invasive and usually only requires one or two visits to the dentist.

Before veneers are placed, the dentist will evaluate the patient’s teeth to determine if they are a good candidate for this treatment. If the patient is a good candidate, the dentist will prepare the teeth by removing a small amount of tooth enamel. This is necessary in order to make room for the veneers and to ensure that they will fit properly.

Next, an impression of the patient’s teeth is taken and sent to a laboratory, where the veneers will be custom-made. This process usually takes several weeks. In the meantime, the patient will wear temporary veneers.

When the veneers are ready, the patient will return to the dentist for a final fitting. The dentist will place the veneers on the patient’s teeth and check for proper fit and function. If everything is satisfactory, the veneers will be bonded to the teeth using dental cement.

Veneers are an excellent solution for many people who want to improve their smile. They are durable, long-lasting, and easy to care for. They are also very natural-looking and can be color-matched to the patient’s existing teeth. This makes them an ideal option for people who want to enhance their smile without undergoing extensive dental work.

Discover the life-changing benefits of Dental Veneers at Kigo Dental. Schedule a consultation with us today, and let us help you achieve the smile of your dreams, enhancing your self-confidence and leaving a lasting impression wherever you go.

Porcelain Veneers: Porcelain veneers are made from a thin layer of high-quality dental ceramic. They are custom-made to fit over the front of a person’s teeth and are bonded to the teeth using dental cement. Porcelain veneers are very durable and long-lasting and are resistant to staining and discoloration. They are also very natural-looking and can be color-matched to the patient’s existing teeth.

Resin Veneers: Resin veneers are made from a composite resin material. Unlike porcelain veneers, resin veneers can be placed in a single dental visit and do not require the removal of as much tooth enamel. However, resin veneers are not as durable as porcelain veneers and are more susceptible to staining and discoloration over time.

Dental veneers can be classified based on their material and the process used to create and place them. Here are the two main classifications of dental veneers

Direct Veneers: Direct veneers are made from composite resin material and are placed directly onto the patient’s teeth in a single dental visit. This process is less invasive and less time-consuming than other veneer options. However, direct veneers are not as durable as other types of veneers and may require more maintenance over time.

Indirect Veneers: Indirect veneers are made from porcelain or other dental ceramics and are custom-made in a laboratory. This process usually requires two dental visits: one for the preparation of the teeth and one for the placement of the veneers. Indirect veneers are more durable and long-lasting than direct veneers, and they are also more resistant to staining and discoloration.

Consultation: The first step in getting veneers is to schedule a consultation with a dentist. During this appointment, the dentist will evaluate the patient’s dental health, discuss the patient’s goals and concerns, and determine whether veneers are a good option for them.

Preparation: If the dentist determines that veneers are appropriate for the patient, the next step is to prepare the teeth. This typically involves removing a small amount of tooth enamel to make room for the veneers. In some cases, the dentist may also shape or contour the teeth to improve their appearance.

Bonding: Once the teeth have been prepared, the dentist will take an impression of the patient’s teeth, which will be used to create custom-made veneers. The veneers will be bonded to the patient’s teeth using dental cement. The dentist will then cure the cement using a special light to harden it.

Aftercare: After the veneers have been placed, the patient will need to follow proper oral hygiene practices to keep their teeth and veneers healthy. This includes brushing, flossing, and regular dental check-ups.

Pain management: Some discomfort, sensitivity, and pain are normal after getting veneers. The dentist may prescribe pain medication to help manage any discomfort.

Diet: For the first few days after getting veneers, patients should avoid hard, crunchy, or chewy foods. They should also avoid foods and drinks that can stain the teeth, such as red wine, coffee, and tobacco.

Oral hygiene: Good oral hygiene is important after getting veneers. Patients should brush and floss regularly and avoid consuming foods and drinks that can stain their teeth.

Avoid biting on hard objects: Patients should avoid biting on hard objects, such as pens, fingernails, or ice, as this can cause the veneers to chip or break.

Avoid grinding or clenching: Patients should also avoid grinding or clenching their teeth, as this can cause the veneers to wear down or break.

Follow-up appointments: Patients should attend follow-up appointments with the dentist as scheduled. This can help ensure that the veneers are functioning properly and that there are no issues with the bonding or fit of the veneers.

Wear a nightguard: If the patient grinds or clenches their teeth, the dentist may recommend wearing a nightguard to protect the veneers while sleeping.

Dental veneers may be recommended for individuals who have the following dental concerns:

  • Stained or discolored teeth that cannot be improved with teeth whitening treatments.
  • Chipped, broken, or misshapen teeth affect the appearance of the smile.
  • Uneven or irregularly spaced teeth that cause an aesthetically unpleasing smile.
  • Teeth that are too small or too large in comparison to the rest of the smile.
  • Gapped or widely spaced teeth affect the appearance of the smile.
  • Teeth that are worn down or eroded due to grinding, clenching, or other habits.
  • Teeth that have been damaged or weakened by injury or disease.
  • Individuals who are seeking to improve the overall appearance of their smile.

All of us here at Kigo Dental are committed to providing you with the best dental care available, and we do so with a smile.

Our entire staff, from receptionists to dental hygienists and assistants, is committed to providing you with the best quality dental care possible.

From the time you walk through the door and every time you revisit, you will experience this firsthand.

Kigo Dental has a team of experienced and skilled Orthodontists and other specialised dentists who specialize in providing high-quality dental care and treatments, utilizing the latest technologies and techniques to ensure the best outcomes for their patients.


Dental veneers are thin shells that are placed over the front surface of the teeth to improve their appearance.

The process of getting dental veneers typically involves several steps, including a consultation with a dental professional, tooth preparation, impression taking, and final veneer placement.

The process of getting dental veneers typically takes 2-3 appointments. The first appointment is for a consultation and tooth preparation, while the second appointment is for impression taking and final veneer placement. If you are getting porcelain veneers, a third appointment may be required for final adjustments.

The process of getting dental veneers is typically not painful, but local anesthesia may be used during tooth preparation to minimize discomfort. After the procedure, you may experience some sensitivity, but this should subside within a few days.

Dental veneers can last for many years with proper care and maintenance. On average, porcelain veneers can last 10-15 years or longer, while composite veneers may need to be replaced more frequently.

Dental veneers can be removed, but this may require the removal of a thin layer of enamel from the front of the teeth. It’s important to discuss the risks and benefits of veneer removal with a dental professional before proceeding.

While dental veneers are generally safe, there are some potential risks and complications associated with the procedure, including tooth sensitivity, gum irritation, and veneer failure. It’s important to discuss the risks and benefits of veneers with a dental professional before proceeding.



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