Veneers wa, or porcelain veneers in Swahili, are similar to porcelain and are used for fixing some common facial defects like cleft lips, elongated noses and so on. Veneers, which are also called as kupeza, ugali wa, kupeza wa, veneers ka and kupeza in Swahili, are custom-made thin wafers that are bonded to the jaw. They are usually applied on the front of the teeth in combination with bonding tooth cement. There are different types of veneers that are used in dental procedures, which include bonding tooth cement, dental bridges and tooth crowns. Most dental clinics use ugali or kupeza which are made from a porcelain material, while others use other materials for their veneers.
How to use Mentioned As Types of Veneers?
Mtengo wa veneers is a popular type of dental procedure wherein porcelain layers of porcelain are fixed on to the front surface of the jaws. The layers are usually made from a high-quality retinol based compound, which improves the visual appearance of the teeth. The procedure is generally used for patients who have moderate to severe imperfections on the teeth. Mtengo teeth veneers are very thin, as they are bonded only on the front surfaces of the teeth. The final effect after the application of veneers on the front surface of the teeth is a white, shiny surface, which matches the rest of the teeth perfectly.
Another popular procedure in which kodi veneers are used is called as’mnishi wa.’ It involves the application of a layer of a high-quality retinal layer on the front surface of the patient’s teeth. The purpose of the procedure is to provide better color, shape, size, and visibility to the teeth. This process is also commonly referred to as “mnishi-kodiki.” Some of the most common areas in which the’mnishi-kodiki’ is applied include the base area of the lower molar teeth, the front teeth, the back teeth, the overhanging teeth, and the gums.…