Porcelain Laminate Veneer and Bonding

Porcelain veneers are ultra-thin shells of ceramic material, which are bonded to the front of teeth. This procedure requires little or no anesthesia, and can be the ideal choice for improving the appearance of the front teeth. Porcelain veneers are placed to mask discolorations, to brighten teeth, and to improve a smile. Highly resistant to permanent staining from coffee, tea, or even cigarette smoking, the wafer-thin porcelain veneers can achieve a tenacious bond to the tooth, resulting in an esthetically pleasing naturalness that is unsurpassed by other restorative options.

How is porcelain veneering performed?

At your first appointment following the initial consultation, your teeth will be roughened and shaped to remove part of the outer tooth enamel. This provides a better surface for bonding and allows room for the placement of the thin porcelain shell. After shaping, your dentist will take impressions of your teeth, which will be used to create veneers that fit your mouth precisely. He/she may suggest applying temporary veneers to protect your teeth until your customized veneers are completed.

At your next appointment, your dentist will test your veneers to make sure that they fit properly and that they are the correct size and color. At this time, you and your dentist will work together to make sure that you are satisfied with the result. If needed, more shaping or trimming of the veneers can be done before the final fitting.

Before your veneers are permanently bonded to your teeth with a composite resin cement, your teeth will be thoroughly cleaned, e clean sincteeth and healthy gums are necessary in order for bonding to be successful.

When is the laminate treatment used?

They are generally used for the elimination of color changes and shape correction up to the certain level. The main application areas are;

  • -Discoloration,esp. highly stains of fluoride and antibiotics even get no result after bleaching.(Structure and color of hereditary disorders.),
  • ATo combine discrete teeth.(Diastema),
  • The restoration of cracked and decayed teeth,
  • To change the shape and color of old fillings,
  • To set the crooked teeth.

Where will the procedure be performed, how long will it take and how much pain is there?

Porcelain veneers usually require at least two appointments to be completed. The length of time of each appointment will depend on the condition of your teeth and on how many veneers you are having done. The procedure is done in your dentist’s office with a local anesthetic and is relatively pain-free

What can I expect after porcelain veneers?

After your teeth have been prepared and before your permanent veneers have been applied, appearance should be fairly normal. Some sensitivity may be encountered mainly with cold drinks. Using a straw can alleviate this problem.
During this period, you should brush regularly, as your teeth will be more susceptible to staining. Regular flossing is important, too, since swollen or bleeding gums compromise bonding the veneers on permanently.
Once your veneers are permanently placed, they will feel like a natural part of your teeth, and you can use them just as you would your regular teeth. However, veneers are not indestructible. To protect your veneers from chipping, avoid biting down into hard substances. Slice apples before eating them. Avoid bad habits like chewing on fingernails, pencils, or paperclips and clenching or grinding your teeth

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