Laminate Veneer

Laminate veneer application, that had several different names in recent years, is a thin porcelain layer adhered to the front surfaces of the teeth. With Laminate Veneer, teeth appear whiter and tooth defects are eliminated. This application, is one of the most important procedures of dental aesthetics and it varies numerically according to your smile.

Application Stages Of Laminated Treatment

First of all, the teeth are cleaned and the residues are removed. The impression is then taken to obtain an exact copy of your tooth. The layer to be adhered to your teeth is prepared from porcelain material. Finally, as with adhesive systems (bonding), laminates are fused with resin (an adhesive intermediate) to the surface of the existing tooth.

People of all age groups can benefit from laminate treatment. However, it is not recommended to be applied in cases where there are bad habits such as jaw disorders, nail biting, pencil biting, and severe gum damage. In order to make the best decision, it is important that our doctor complies with your X-ray film and the fact that you take photos of your teeth in the bite position and upload them to the system.

Laminates can be used for years without any problems with good oral care. Because they are made of porcelain with superior properties than other adhesive systems (bonding). They are more resistant to staining and abrasion. It is necessary to pay attention to oral care to extend their life. Also, it is necessary to avoid biting very hard foods and bad habits such as nail biting.

Disadvantages Of Laminated Teeth

  • It has advantages in terms of health compared to other restorations. However, it is a slightly more expensive system compared to the others.
  • Requires good clinical and laboratory work. The physician and dental technician must have full technical knowledge and artistic skills on this subject.

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