I Have Crohns, Gum Disease And Stained, Misaligned Teeth, Can I have Veneers?
I have really badly stained front I am a non smoker but do like red wine – can I still successfully have veneers despite the fact that I may have gum disease as they are bleeding very easily? I believe that the enamel on my front teeth has gone it is making me feel miserable. It is leading to confidence issues and I really need some advice to get it sorted. What can you suggest? please
I also suffer with Crohns disease also my teeth are not correctly in alignment top and bottom and I have no bite in a word my teeth need a complete overhaul.
I really do not wish to have braces my age is 56 years old
Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
something can always be done , but it is important that the foundations are strong.
firstly have the gum disease investigated and treated , then get an opinion on the cosmetics .
the crohns can cause complications with certain aspects of treatment but usually these can be overcome
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Dr Safeer Butt
S3 Dental – Synergistic Smile Studios
Clinics in Kent, Surrey & Sussex
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