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Oral Care Guide For Teens - Oral Treatments - Laminate Veneer

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Laminate veneer is a technique that involves the bonding of a veneer onto the tooth surface by cement. It requires just very little removal of tooth surface structure.


Purpose
 
  • To improve the esthetics of teeth, such as shape, size and colour
  • To close up space between teeth
  • To cover discoloured teeth
  • To restore the strength of teeth
 

Application
 

Outer surface of the front teeth

Photograph showing the upper teeth restored with porcelain laminate veneers.
 

Material
 

Porcelain

 

Procedures
 

Procedures for porcelain laminate veneer

 
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