What are Veneers?
Also known as Laminates, porcelain veneers are made especially for fractured, deformed teeth to overcome esthetic problems.
They are designed to be cemented on the tooth without the need to make any preparation on the surface.
Veneers are extremely thin, semi-transparent layer, that has very high compatibility. Despite having a very thin structure they are very resistant to breakage and the most similar restoration to tooth texture. Thanks to veneers, loss of tooth structure is minimal.
Veneers can be applied in the following cases:
Advantages of Veneers
Recently veneers are one of the most favored treatments in dentistry. They are one of the most similar restorations to natural tooth structure. They are long lasting thanks to their strength, durability, and resistance to discoloration. They don’t require any preparation to tooth structure. There is a variety of shades so it can be applied to one or multiple teeth and can not be distinguished from natural teeth.
After the Treatment
After the treatment patients can continue with their daily life immediately. Veneers keep their integrity for a long time. It is very important to keep good oral hygiene for long lasting use of veneers.
Hygiene of Veneers
Daily oral hygiene routines are very important to keep the veneers bright and shiny as the first day.