What is laminate veneer (leaf porcelain) and how is it applied?
The laminate veneer application, also known as leaf porcelain, takes its name from the plates used in the thickness of the artificial nails. This method makes the teeth appear whiter and the teeth disorders are eliminated. So what is laminate veneer and how is it applied?
How is Laminate Veneer Made?
In the composite laminate veneer application, which gives the teeth a natural whiteness, the tooth structure of the person is examined first and the plates suitable for the tooth structure are determined. Then, a very thin layer from the tooth surface is removed and replaced with previously prepared plates.
placed and glued. Since a special material is used as an adhesive during this process, it is not possible for the coatings to fall off from the tooth surface. The application ensures that the person has a safe smile.
Who Can Benefit From This Application?
Those who have laminate veneers are usually people who have discoloration in their teeth due to reasons such as using antibiotics on the teeth or for hereditary reasons. In addition, this method can be applied to a certain level of tooth appearance disorders. As a diastema closure method, it is possible to benefit from laminate veneer application in order to correct the split tooth appearance. This method is also used for the discolored or distorted fillings to have a smoother appearance. In addition, those with broken or worn teeth can also choose this method of peace of mind for tooth restoration.
How Long Are Plates Used?
Plates used in this application are made of porcelain. Plates obtained with a special method have high resistance to both staining and abrasion. These plates can be used for many years with regular and correct oral care. However, people who benefit from laminate veneer application, like everyone else, should also pay attention to oral and dental care.
How Many Stages Is Laminate Veneer Made?
First of all, the tooth surface must be ready for application. Therefore, before the application, the teeth are cleaned and the teeth are measured. The plates prepared in accordance with the tooth structure are then adhered to the tooth surface by the dentist using an adhesive intermediate. All of these are carried out in two or three sessions.