Laminate veneer, known by most patients as,” leaf porcelain,” are very thin porcelains placed on the front side of the teeth. It is a long lasting and aesthetically satisfying conservative treatment which can be applied with little or no abrasions to the teeth.
As the light transmittance of thin porcelains is very good, aesthetically perfect results can be obtained. They are also attached on the tissue of the tooth with special glues to increase their durability. In addition, as porcelains are very thin, it is possible to form a good harmony with the gums and the surrounding tissues.
The areas of use
- Discoloration on the teeth due to various reasons
- Closing of the diastemas in front teeth
- Lesions and malformations that occur in the structure of the teeth
- Restoration of the teeth that require crown lengthening
- Abraded and eroded teeth
- Restorations on the teeth and minor defects of alignment
- A desired aesthetic look can be achieved with little or no preparation.
- Color options are available, and color changes are permanent.
- They are durable.
- They can be used for a long time
- Aesthetically successful results can be obtained within a very short time.