Porcelain Laminate Veneer
Laminated coatings are porcelains, also known as very thin leaf porcelain, which can be applied to teeth. This structure is placed only on the front face of the teeth by means of special adhesives. Although Porcelain veneers are very thin, they cannot be separated from the tooth after they are bonded, but they can be removed by cutting.
Due to their light transmission, it is very difficult to distinguish them from natural teeth. They do not change color because they are produced from advanced technology compressed porcelain. They give a natural tooth effect in neon lights and photo flash. In addition, since the tongue contacts the natural tooth surface, there is no sensation of foreign matter in the mouth.