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FAQ:  Porcelain Veneers

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    Veneer Questions Ask The Dentist Corinne Scalzitti Question:
    New veneer wrong color and size: I recently had a veneer put on one front tooth. I have a cap on the other front tooth.

    When I received my new veneer, the color is slightly off (a little grey), slightly longer and larger. It just doesn't match.

    When I got my cap, I was so excited (about 10 years ago) since it matched my other teeth color perfectly!

    Since this veneer was just put on a week ago, can they be taken off easily and not damage the original tooth? Or am I stuck? ...Visitor from AZ

    I am sorry to hear of your problems.

    The veneer can be removed by simply cutting it off as your tooth was reduced the first time. The laboratory should have a guarantee to redo it, but that is between the dentist and the laboratory.

    I would approach the dentist as soon as possible and ask for a refund of some sort if he says he can't do any better.

    Corinne Scalzitti, DMD, MAGD

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