Can Dental Veneers be Used to Treat White Spots?

White spots typically develop in childhood when there is too much fluoride exposure. In adult years, people are often bothered by the white spots.

One treatment is to install veneers to mask on your teeth. How do these veneers function and what are some of their benefits?

  • These porcelain fixtures are placed over the surface of an existing tooth.
  • They will also help to protect the underlying enamel.
  • When cared for properly, they can last for decades at a time.

“Dental veneers are thin, protective coverings that attach to the front surface of a person’s teeth.”

Other professional treatment techniques are listed here:

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/322112.php

Anthony Bendkowski (GDC No. 57249)

Anthony Bendkowski or ‘Ben’ to his team, is a specialist in oral surgery in practice limited to implant reconstructive surgery in London and the South East of England. He qualified from University College Hospital Dental School, London in 1982 and subsequently gained extensive experience in both hospital and practice-based oral surgery.

He has over twenty five years of experience in both the surgical and restorative management of implant cases. He has a keen interest in all aspects of dental education and has lectured on and run bone augmentation and implant training courses, as well as lecturing on business skills for successful implant practice for a number of years. He is a Past President of the Association of Dental Implantology (UK) and an examiner for the Edinburgh Diploma in Implant Dentistry as well as for Membership in Oral Surgery for the Royal College of Surgeons, England.

Clinically Ben undertakes all aspects of implant treatment, including Teeth in a Day/All on 4 surgery, aesthetic anterior tooth replacement, and complex cases involving extensive bone reconstruction.

In his spare time he is a keen pilot and can regularly be seen flying his vintage WW II aircraft in airshows. Ben also enjoys playing guitar badly with a local band, ‘Leaky Tap’.