Veneers are made from porcelain, ceramic, acrylic or resin composite materials, and are created by the dentist or dental lab technicians.
Porcelain veneers (laminates) are made from ultra-thin pieces of porcelain and are highly preferred for esthetic treatment on the fore areas of the teeth to enhance the appearance of a smile. They provide strength and resilience to the tooth enamel while recreating their natural look.
Some commonly addressed issues:
- Chipped, broken or worn out teeth.
- Discoloration of teeth due to treatments like root canal.
- Teeth stain due to resin fillings or fluoride.
- Irregular or asymmetrical positions of teeth.
- Undesired spaces between teeth.
To create sufficient area for the porcelain veneer to fit, it is required to remove a minute part of the original tooth enamel. It results in a much better appearance than the original tooth.
Porcelain veneers may not be suitable for patients with severe dilapidated teeth tissue, minor spaces, severe grinding habits, small clinical crown, or when restricted amount of enamel is left. The use of porcelain veneers is very popular due to its efficacy and performance. You can start the application of this veneer to deal with various ailments and disorders. It offers fast and quick relief to patients of dental disorders and ailments fast.