Dental laminate veneers also known as leaf porcelain in colloquial language,are thin tooth colored porcelain shells that are adhered to the tooth face. It is the most biocompatible and aesthetic material that is most suitable for the natural structure of the tooth. It can be imagined like an artificial nail.
You should maintain good oral hygiene. For that, you should regularly brush your teeth, use dental floss and have your routine dentist checks.As it is recommended in all dental restorations also in dental laminate veneers you should not do nail biting, biting excessively hard food and breaking nuts with teeth.
Once the laminate veneer is done ,there is no staining one the tooth surface again in addition, there is no colour change due to the use of coloured beverages such as cigarettes, tea and coffee. Laminate veneer surface has high resistance. Does not turn into yellow.
There are many parameters related to the lifetime of the laminate veneer.
* Correct tooth cut. ( Worked within the enamel layer, that is the adhesion of the laminate veneer to the surface of the less cut tooth is stronger)
*The correct adhesion protocol should be applied by the dentist. Otherwise, lamina falls, which are a reason for general fear and complaints are experienced.
*Correct bite and dental guidance should be provided. If this is not achieved, porcelain throws called chipping are experienced. You should take care of oral and dental care in laminated teeth, brush regularly and use dental floss. When all these parameters are provided, %96 success is achieved in 15 years.
Laminate veneer tooth is an aesthetic application. It is a treatment method that requires very special knowledge, skills, education and experience.The dentist who will perform this procedure should be strong in terms of technical equipment and artistic aspects. An application made in this way gives very good results
In first examination, before the teeth are prepared, the impression is taken from the mouth. With this impression , a model called mock-up is applied in the laboratory. On this model, you can see how the tooth will look like after the treatment.