With Cosmetic Dentistry Mexico, it is possible to enhance your smile at an accessible price. At Sani Dental Group, we have a group of the best cosmetic dentist specialists, ensuring the best possible quality dental care for our patients.
We provide several choices for cosmetic dental care in Mexico such as veneers, teeth whitening, and regular and deep cleaning, among others.
We know that dental work, especially when it is cosmetic, is rarely covered by insurance. By visiting our dental group, it is not only possible to return home with a beautiful smile but also to save money at the same time.
Getting Veneers in Mexico
Among the different types of veneers, the ones that stand out are the porcelain veneers, for being metal-free and their esthetics.
Dental Veneers in Mexico
A porcelain veneer is a thin shield of porcelain used to cover the front surface of the tooth. The veneer covers the whole front of the tooth with a thicker section, replacing the broken or damaged part.
Veneers are a recommended solution for either malformed or severely discolored teeth since this treatment restores teeth functions and improves teeth appearance.
The final effect is a natural-looking great set of teeth.
At Sani Dental Group, we also offer zirconia veneers. They are characterized by being made of resistant material, promoting durability and compatibility for the patient.
Dental cleanings involve removing plaque (soft bacteria-infested film) and calculus deposits that have built up on teeth over time.
Professional cleaning includes tooth scaling, tooth polishing, and debridement if too much tartar has been accumulated. Deep cleaning includes cleaning teeth roots, below the gum level.
Getting a deep cleaning can prevent gum disease from escalating, help with the healing of infection, eliminate bad breath, and protect the roots of your teeth.
Deep cleanings may cause a little discomfort, but the dentist will apply an anesthetic to numb the area so the patient doesn’t feel any type of pain during the procedure.
The duration of the procedure will depend on the condition of the patient.
After a Teeth Cleaning
After deep cleaning the patient is going to experience some pain, their teeth will be sensitive, and gums will be swollen, but this is totally normal and it will go away in a matter of days.
If pain and bleeding continue or become more intense with the days, contact a dental professional immediately.
It's important to follow the instructions for after-care given by the dental professional, some common indications are:
- Eat soft foods: any type of crunchy food can get stuck under the gums and it can damage them before they get to heal
- Avoid hot beverages: consuming hot liquids can increase bleeding
- Brush gently
- Antibiotics: the dentist may prescribe antibiotics to prevent infections.
Most dental hygienists recommend having the teeth professionally cleaned every six months.
Teeth whitening has become one of the most popular dental procedures to enhance your smile, we offer a range of teeth whitening options and our qualified dental professionals will provide you with all the facts you need to make an informed decision about your teeth.
Regular whitening is performed by applying a hydrogen peroxide-based whitening gel to the teeth, a blue-spectrum specially patented light will shine on the natural teeth, speeding up and intensifying the whitening process.
FAQ COSMETIC DENTISTRY
1. How long do veneers last?
Their durability will depend on the material they are made of and the care provided. Porcelain veneers with proper care can last from 10 to 12 years, while zirconia veneers with adequate care can last between 10 to 30 years.
2. How long is the process of getting veneers?
Getting veneers usually takes two visits to the dentist. During the first visit, your tooth is prepared, and a mold of the tooth is taken so the veneer can be made. In the next visit, the veneer will be placed. After some adjustments, the tooth will be cleaned, and the dental professional will bond the veneer to it.
3. Are cleanings painful?
This procedure may be uncomfortable. Upon the patient's request, the dentists can apply anesthesia.
4. Is teeth whitening safe?
When done by professionals, this procedure is completely safe. It is important to know that if this procedure is overdone, it can be harmful to your teeth enamel.
5. Is teeth whitening painful?
Usually, teeth whitening is not painful at all, but sometimes sensitivity can be present during and after the procedure, but it will be temporary.