Da Vinci Veneers are a kind of porcelain veneers that come with a life time warranty (as seen in Extreme Makeover).

What happens during the Da Vinci Porcelain Veneers™ restorative procedure?

In most cases, patients need three appointments for the entire procedure: diagnosis and treatment planning, preparation, and bonding.

Diagnosis and treatment planning:

It’s critical that you take an active role in the smile design. Spend time in the decision-making and planning of your smile. Ask questions and understand the corrective limitations of the procedure. If necessary, have more than one consultation to feel comfortable that Dr. Mitra H. Bral understands your objectives.

Preparation of teeth:

This appointment will take from one to two hours. To prepare the teeth for your Da Vinci Veneers™, your teeth are lightly buffed to allow for the small added thickness of the veneer. Usually, about a half a millimeter of the tooth is removed, which may require a local anesthetic. At this appointment, a mold is taken of the teeth, which is sent to the Da Vinci certified dental lab for the fabrication of the veneers. This should take no longer than two weeks for your new smile to be created. In most cases Dr. Mitra H. Bral will fit you with a temporary smile during the fabrication of your new Da Vinci Veneers.

Bonding of your Da Vinci Veneers:

This appointment will take about one or two hours. First, Dr. Mitra H. Bral places the veneers in water or glycerin, then  on the teeth to check their fit and get a true sense of their shade or color. While the veneers are resting on your teeth, make sure you view the aesthetic results and pay particular attention to the color. At this point, the color of the Da Vinci Veneers can still be adjusted with the shade of the cement to be used.

The color cannot be altered after veneers are cemented. To apply your Da Vinci Veneers, your teeth are cleaned with specific dental cleansers to achieve a firm and permanent bond. Then special cements are sandwiched between the veneer and tooth, a visible light beam initiates the release of a catalyst to harden the cement and your new smile is in place.