Let yourself be inspired by a visionary and successful treatment concept.
Years of experience and the use of superior ultra-modern processes for these filigree “contact lenses for teeth” is the foundation for achieving outstanding results.
We are specialised in these premium veneers.
In an extremely gentle, careful and precise process that demands the highest skills of both the technician and dentist, wafer-thin, ultrafine translucent ceramic shells (only up to 0.1 mm thick) are bonded to the tooth without the need for any filing (a non-invasive method).
Only the highest quality material is used for this technique.
No-prep veneers are very popular with patients. Apart from the optical brilliance, this is especially due to the painless treatment and the fast end result.
You can see the result in advance. Get a feeling for your new teeth, take your time comparing your expression. Wax models (mockups) simulate the real experience for you. The visual effect is superior to any other solution.
Porcelain veneers is the trend of cosmetic dentistry. Veneers are the thin layer of porcelain bonded to the facial surfaces of the front teeth for better aesthetics and protection. At Violife, we follow the general approach for making porcelain veneers starting with photography session, taking chairside digital impressions, digital smile design, viewing the images and selecting the desired smile design. Then, we start teeth preparation by minimally removing the enamel of the front teeth for creating room for the veneers followed by bonding the trial smile. Afterwards, we start transferring the new smile design to the digital impression of the reduced teeth and fabricating the veneers in our in-house dental lab. The final step is bonding the veneers to their corresponding position on the teeth using tooth-coloured bonding material and high-intensity light.
Porcelain veneers are gaining popularity due to their applicability with almost every patient who has concerns about their smile, including worn, discoloured, chipped or uneven teeth. Porcelain veneers provide more proportional accuracy than direct composite restorative material, and they are less susceptible to staining or chipping over time than composites. Porcelain has superior hardness and strength as well as visual features that are very close to normal teeth. Nevertheless, if you get porcelain veneers, you will be instructed to avoid forceful motion such as biting nails, cracking nuts, chewing ice or other hard items that may damage the veneers. You will also be given a special oral care routine and be recommended to get an annual fluoride application session. If you have known teeth-grinding or clenching habits, you will be favoured to get a night-guard appliance in order to protect your veneers as well as your natural teeth from a fracture.