They most likely will not be able to create a perfect smile using porcelain veneers and crowns like someone who has made it their life work to do so could. Another common problem leading to “porcelain veneers gone wrong” is just plain cheap work with outdated materials, such as metals under porcelain crowns, or poor quality cements that change color over time. Dr. Maddahi’s office uses the latest equipment and the highest quality materials available, ensuring he matches each patient with the material that is right for their mouth.
He has often seen patients come in with broken veneers or crowns as a result of another dentist picking the wrong material for that person. For instance, if someone were a heavy clencher or grinder they would need a much harder material than someone who did not.
So assessing the level someone does assert this habit would be key to choosing the materials the veneers and crowns were made with.
Then comes the aesthetic part of that case. Obviously a much denser material is not going to be nearly as nice to look at, which is why he works exclusively with Master Technicians who are able to work with these materials in such a way that they still have the beautiful translucency that we all look for in a bright, healthy smile. To become certified as a Master Technician one has to have done 30,000 veneers and crowns, and this kind of experience means that Dr. Maddahi is able to provide the most natural looking porcelain teeth in the world.