They are porcelain structures with a thickness of approximately 0.5 mm, prepared by minimal, stepless abrasion on only the front surface of the tooth. Although they are very thin, they cannot be separated from the tooth after they are bonded, they are only cut off.
Laminas are perfect systems that provide maximum aesthetics with minimum material loss from the tooth.
Since there is no metal support in the infrastructure, their light transmittance is like natural teeth and the porcelains used never change color.
In neon lights and photographic flashes, they give the same image as the natural tooth. Since the operation is performed only on the front surface of the teeth in lamina veneers, the tongue is in contact with the natural tooth, so there is absolutely no feeling of a foreign substance.
It is not possible to separate the laminates from the tooth after bonding, so they are very resistant to breakage.
In what cases are they applied
In teeth that can’t get results from whitening.
Advanced antibiotic, on fluorine stains.
Inherited structure and color disorders.
Closing the tooth gaps.
Broken and worn tooth restorations.
In the correction of old fillings with color and structure defects.
Correction of crooked and crooked teeth.
In which case does it not apply?
If the teeth have been veneered before.
In jaw disorders.
If you have bad habits such as nail biting or pen biting.
If you have advanced gingival inflammation.
There is a minimum loss of substance from the tooth. (0.3-0.5)
The treatment period is short. You can have a new smile in two or three days.
The light transmittance is the same as the natural tooth.
It does not change color.
It cannot be separated from the tooth.
Language does not perceive foreign.
The desired color is adjusted in shape and size.
It does not change color or break, as it is a high-tech prselen.
It’s a delicate technique.
The cost is higher.