What are porcelain laminate veneers?
Today, a candidate with stained teeth, ugly teeth, gaps between teeth, chipped teeth, and dark teeth and so on, which are complaints can cause shame and distress in people. Laminate porcelain coating is a very effective application in eliminating these complaints as a new solution source. The dental appearance is removed and the porcelain-coated cosmetic method increases the attractiveness and self-confidence.
Porcelain veneers are shells made from ultra-thin ceramic materials bonded onto natural teeth. This procedure requires little or no anesthesia and is the most popular method to improve the appearance of the anterior teeth. The laminating veneer is highly resistant to permanent staining from coffee, tea and even smoking. Fine (porcelain) porcelain veneer combine with other restorative options creating a strong bond with the teeth, giving unique aesthetic results.
Why get a porcelain veneer?
Laminate veneers are an excellent alternative to porcelain crowning in many cases. A toothbrush is an alternative to improving the appearance of your own tooth, rather than changing its size or shape. The spaces between the patient’s front teeth or chipped or worn teeth can be repaired with porcelain coatings.
In general, laminate veneers are a technique that will last for many years. They are very long-lasting operations when properly executed.
Laminating candidates need three appointments for the entire procedure; diagnosis and treatment planning, preparation process and fixation of laminar veneers. Occasionally, appointments can be made prior to the finalization process to see if colour, shape, and coverage are accepted for both the candidate and the doctor.
It is critical that you take an active role in diagnosis and treatment planning and smile design.
It takes about one to two hours to prepare the teeth for the laminates. To prepare the teeth for laminating, first gently polish to make room for the area to be crowned. First of all it is trimmed the tooth layer by tooth brushes at a certain amount on the labial surface. In this procedure, local anesthesia can be applied for a feeling of discomfort. To produce the laminar veneering, the final appearance image is finalized before the measurements are sent to the technician. Porcelain veneer can take about four to five days to produce.
Since the teeth are polished or thinned, the appearance will be slightly different until the laminates are glued in place. If the appearance of the teeth will adversely affect the daily life of the candidate, a temporary veneer can be placed for an additional fee.
Bonding of the laminates: This procedure will take about one to two hours. First, the dentist covers the crown material with water or glycerine, which is to control and detect the intended shade and colour match. When the coatings are mounted on the teeth, aesthetic results are observed and attention is paid especially to the harmony of the colours. At this point, the colour of the veneers can be adjusted with the shadow of the glue to be used. Colour cannot be changed after porcelain veneers are glued. To fix the coating, the thinned teeth are cleaned with certain chemicals. When a special adhesive is added between the crowning and the tooth, a visible beam of light is initiated to release catalyst to harden the adhesive.
Protection and Follow-up
For a week, you will need to enter an adjustment period as you get accustomed to your new teeth that have been changed in size and shape. The daily use of toothbrushes and dental floss should be done by carefully and carefully. After a week or two, you will be asked to come back to the centre for a follow-up appointment.
Porcelain laminate coatings are reasonable copies of natural teeth, not individual like your original teeth. As with natural teeth, even small differences can be observed when a close examination is made in the colour of porcelain coatings. Nevertheless, this procedure will greatly enhance your smile and improve your inner satisfaction and self-confidence.
Will it look natural?
Yes. The main goal of the dentist is to create veneers that resemble natural teeth. To achieve a certain appearance, a number of factors are considered, such as the colour of your natural teeth, bite shape, tooth shape and length. Any of these factors can only affect your appearance. Most laminating candidates are satisfied with the results and generally think that the investment cost is the result.