Laminate Coating

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Lamina Veneers can be described as thin and tooth-colored veneers (it can be porcelain, ceramic or composite bonding material). It is adhered to the front surface of the teeth to improve their cosmetic appearance. Many dentists use the analogy of artificial nails when describing dental lamina veneers. Dental Veneers have long been used to create the ultimate smiles. With this process, it is possible to transform crooked, stained, damaged or misused teeth into a brand new, white smile, as seen in many Hollywood creations.

Today’s dentistry emphasizes restorative procedures that require less tissue loss with a more conservative approach.

Porcelain Laminates, which have a very thin structure that can be applied especially on anterior group teeth, are restorations that can be applied from dental tissue with little or most of the time no preparation required. The very good color permeability of the laminates, which are adhered using special adhesives, ensures excellent results.

Its durability, color options, ability to easily treat tooth fractures, cracks, large fillings and discolorations have made it a very common restorative option today.

Porcelain Laminates, whose care is not much different from natural teeth, can be used for years without any problems with good oral care.