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Laminates and Veneers

Porcelain veneer is an effective way to correct irregular teeth. This methodology rectifies permanent stains, teeth that are not attractive and structurally damaged. It is a shell of ceramic material that can be chemically conjoined to tooth structure. Just because of nice features it is considered as the most popular technique for extreme makeovers. smile'n'shine is the best stop to get laminates and veneers with a team of trained professionals.

Dental veneer is also known as porcelain veneer and dental porcelain laminate. They are wafer-thin, custom-made shells of tooth-colored materials engineered to cover the front surface of teeth in order to improve appearance. These shells are attached to the teeth of front row changing their color, shape, size or length.

Dental veneer is made up of porcelain or from resin composite materials. They regulate stains better than resin veneers and better reflect the light like natural teeth. Resin veneer is very thin therefore requires removal of less of the tooth surface before placement. For optimum benefit, you can discuss IT with our team.

Pros of Dental Veneer

  • Provides natural tooth appearance
  • Gum tissue tolerates porcelain well
  • Porcelain veneer proves stain resistant
  • Color can be selected such that it makes dark teeth appear white and shining
  • It offers a conservative approach to change color and shape – they generally do not require extensive shaping prior to the procedure that crowns do, yet offer a stronger, more aesthetic alternative to bonding

Cons of Dental Veneer

  • Discolored Teeth – due to root canal treatment; stains from tetracycline or other kinds of drugs, excessive fluoride or other causes, or the presence of large resin fillings that have discolored the tooth
  • Worn down teeth
  • Chipped or broken teeth
  • Malaligned, uneven or irregularly shaped teeth
  • Teeth with gaps