Main Treatment and Techniques
Laminate Veneer, also known as porcelain, is an aesthetic application to permanently change the shape and color of teeth. To eliminate discoloration and various abnormalities in the teeth, porcelain strips are applied only to the front surface of the teeth without interfering with the entire tooth. The veneer, which has no mineral content in its infrastructure, is light transmittance and produces highly successful and aesthetic results with its similar structure to the tooth enamel, and serves as a protective prosthesis.
Dental problems applied to the veneer
- Discoloration and stained teeth,
- When the teeth are different in size and shape,
- Various problems such as breakage, cracking,
- For intermittent or boned teeth,
- Some divergent dental problems,
- In general, wood veneer is a successful solution for patients who do not like their smile to get a new smile.
Laminate Veneer Process
During the treatment process, first, a preliminary interview is conducted about the design and cost. Then he began the digital design phase. At this stage, it is determined how the patient’s teeth appear. With typical teeth to be prepared with the measure to be taken from the patient, it aims to get the result closest to the new look.
Afterwards, engraving is carried out on the front surface of the teeth and engraved from enamel tissue where porcelain will be laid. The flakes of the prepared flakes are examined according to the measurements sent to the laboratory to ensure that the color and shape are consistent before fastening them to the tooth. The last stage is to connect porcelain to the paper in the tooth..
Treatment of cortical layer is a fast method that requires a total of 2-3 sessions and is completed on average from one week to 10 days. In general, local anesthesia for pain and pain-free treatment can be performed, depending on the patient’s preferences. After the teeth are rough, temporary teeth are used and prevent allergic and photo changes.