What is Laminated Dental Veneer?
Laminated dental veneer is applied to people whose teeth are not white, to people with gaping teeth and crooked teeth.

Laminated tooth veneer is applied on teeth that turn black as a result of root canal treatment, in patients with crooked and crooked teeth, and in patients with a fracture in one of their anterior teeth, provided that the patient is over 18 years old.

Laminate Tooth (Leaf Tooth) Application
Laminated Tooth (Leaf Tooth) process consists of at least three stages. In the first stage, the patient’s tooth structure is checked and the treatment is decided. In the second stage, the lengths of the teeth are measured and cuts are made accordingly.

Laminated Teeth (Leaf Teeth) Treatment Process

This process takes an average of 1 hour. In the third stage, which is the last stage, the cut porcelain laminate is adhered to the teeth. The bonding process takes an average of 2 hours. The duration of the related procedures also varies depending on the number of teeth.

Advantages of Lamina Tooth (Leaf Tooth) Veneer
Leaf Tooth veneer looks very natural in color thanks to its light transmittance. After the first bonding, the teeth can be fixed as soon as the color tone and structure are liked.

Mouth cleaning can be done easily. Since it is shaped in 3 dimensions, it can be used very comfortably and its resistance is quite high.

It can be applied to a single tooth or all teeth and gives a very good result as a smile design. Because it is natural, the difference between the patient’s own teeth cannot be understood. There is no color change due to food and drink. The operation is provided without an operation such as tooth reduction on the tooth.

Laminated Teeth Fees and Supply
Materials for Laminated Tooth (Leaf Tooth) coating process are imported from abroad. As a result, materials can be expensive.

If it is not done by a specialist doctor on the subject, negativities may be encountered.

After Laminate Tooth Treatment
Laminate process does not require renewal in case of regular care of the teeth. Hard foods after lamination should not be broken with your teeth directly. Attention should be paid to the consumption of very hot and very cold food and beverage as much as possible. Bruxism patients who have the disease of clenching or grinding their teeth while sleeping at night should definitely be treated.

In case of nail biting habit, this habit should be abandoned.

Teeth should be cleaned daily with both brush and dental floss.

Every 3 months or every 6 months, the procedures done to your dentist should be checked by your dentist.