Laminate Coating

What is Laminate Coating?

Laminated veneers have a unique ability to transmit light and make the teeth on which it is applied feel completely real. The light transmittance of the coating also varies according to the porcelain used and the construction technique. It has a very short treatment period of 5-7 days.

Laminated tooth veneers are often indistinguishable from natural teeth, as they require abrasion of the teeth, and are not painted due to factors such as cigarette, tea, coffee, and light transmittance. For this reason, they can be considered as the most ideal aesthetic treatment method applied today.

How long is the life of dental laminate coating?

Dental laminate veneer application is a very sensitive technique. It requires a good clinical and laboratory work. The technical knowledge and visual capacity of the doctor and dental technician must be complete. Tooth coating is long-lasting (10-30 years) if it is done with the right technique and the right equipment.

To which patients can dental laminate veneer be applied?

Teeth of anterior group with discoloration problem.
In curved, irregular, crooked teeth with level problems.
In broken teeth.
In dental fillings with size, age and color problems.
In the restoration of broken and worn teeth.
In stains caused by the use of antibiotics and excess fluoride that cannot be treated with teeth whitening.
They can be applied in cases where the patient is not aesthetically satisfied with their teeth.

How to care for dental laminate veneer?

Their care is not much different from natural teeth, they can be used for years without any problems with good oral hygiene.