Do The Veneer First Before Using Stirrup?
Excuse me, I want to ask if I can do the veneer first before using stirrup. Because I went to the dentist to put the stirrup but it is recommended to do a veneer first because there are teeth that have been patched and now change color. Should I use veneer after stirrup or before?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Veneer is one of the medical procedures performed with the aim of whitening teeth, dealing with broken, damaged, misaligned, irregularly shaped teeth, and sharing other things. Simply put, veneers are present to improve the appearance of teeth. This improvement is passed by attaching a cover to the front surface of the teeth.
Regarding your question, what you need to know is that post-installation conditions, veneer recovery is relatively faster when compared to other dental medical procedures. Patients who have already been through it can even immediately eat or drink. When associated with stirrup installation, what is feared is usually that the veneers that have been installed can be detached, because it means that there is an iron plate attached to the surface of the tooth in the veneer and it will be shifted using braces. Because, for those who install veneers, even though they can eat right away, they still need to be in control for a few weeks to ensure the veneer's position does not shift.
So actually it can be safe if given enough pause. Or it will be even safer if the stirrup is installed first, then in the veneer then when the stirrup has been removed. But because we do not check you directly, if you are in doubt, we suggest consulting other dentists to be more certain. Because with a direct examination, misunderstandings can be avoided and the handling can be more specific to your condition. So, hopefully answering your question.