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FAQ:  Porcelain Veneers

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    Veneer Questions Ask The Dentist Ira Koeppel Question:
    Veneer turning yellow: I recently received a veneer and a crown on my 2 front teeth.

    I went to the lab to get the correct color. I thought I was happy and now in fluorescent light they look yellower.

    I called the dentist and she refused to get on the phone to answer my question of why I did not get to see them with the pre-cement in. Her hygenist said that I had to come in so she could talk to me. I am overseas. ...Visitor from OH

    Problem: Front veneer and crown too yellow in different lights

    Solution: When doing any kind of porcelain work on two front teeth they could always be a touch lighter than the rest of the mouth. If a little lighter the shading will always work, if a little darker it will look terrible.

    I would redo and make the porcelain work a little lighter, I know you would be happier.

    Ira D. Koeppel, D.D.S.
    New York Reconstructive Dentistry
    126 Gnarled Hollow Road
    East Setauket Long Island, NY 11733
    (631) 689-9777

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