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Sounds like you're in quite a bind.
As a dentist who has focused on cosmetic dentistry for a very long time, I can tell you that Cosmetic veneer makeovers can be challenging to predict. But discussion about the patients esthetic wishes are important. Doing on or even two veneers on your front teeth (centrals) is very difficult, esthetically. But it often is done to a patient's satisfaction. If the veneers look large and bulky it is possible that more tooth structure needed to be removed to allow for the thickness of the porcelain. Alteratively the veneers may have been construceted too thick. Usually the problem is inadequate tooth structure removal. It sounds as though your current veneers taper too much "cervically" (toward the gum line. Perhaps the formm= should be more "square" This should be discussed with your dentist, ideally before the procedure is started, of course. As for the spaces in between your teeth : Teeth generally should to be in contact ("interproximal contacts") to optimize the conditions for dental health. This should be addressed imo. Perhaps talk with the dentist who placed the veneers about your specific esthetic goals. I always asked my patients to bring a few photos of smiles they liked. While it is impossible to duplicate one person's smile on another individual, it gives the dentist AND the lab a better idea of the cosmetics you're looking for. Regarding association membership. Being a member of a cosmetic dental association doesn't guarantee excellence of work, although it suggests a specific interest. Cosmetic Dentistry is not regarded as a specialty, technically. The most important factor is the dentist's actual experience - and, of course talent. Cosmetic Dentistry is an art of sorts. Ideally, the dentist who placed the veneers can satisfy your concerns. If not, perhaps you may need to discuss your dilemna directly with the doctor. He or she will probably wish to satisfy you regarding your concerns.
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