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Failed orthodontic treatment. Bone loss, weak gums, need periodic scaling. Should I try veneers?

Hello Doctor PLEASE help me out to come from stress due to my orthodontic problem which was a failure as i was not given retainers afer 2 years of treatment and i have bone loss and gums are weak for which periodic scaling has been done deep cleaning yet tobe done what should i do now wheteher to go for veeners ? or any other options please help me out iam totally frustrated and lost all hopes...........
Asked On : Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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Dental veneers are paper-thin shells of whitish teeth-colored substance to envelop the front area of the teeth to perk up your looks. These dental veneers are fixed on the front part of your teeth and improve their shape, color and size. These veneers not only work well with stained or yellow teeth, but also with gapped, chipped, broken and twisted teeth, and even uneven gum line. So if you have any kind of problem, which is making you feel less confident while smiling, dental veneers are your solution. Visit your local dentist today for a consultation regarding dental veneers.
Answered: Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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