Porcelain Veneer

A thin porcelain laminate bonded to the external face of a tooth to repair or change the colour and/or shape of smile teeth. Porcelain veneers are more expensive and more durable than bonds
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He developed one of the two most widely used kits for preparing teeth and ceramic finishing for porcelain veneer restorations.
Larsen, DDS, MSD, associate professor in the department of restorative dentistry, division of operative dentistry at the University of Minnesota, provides a comprehensive assessment of porcelain veneer therapy.
Patients must understand that extensive porcelain veneer or crown treatment is not a risk-free shortcut to a perfect smile.
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She paid pounds 250 to have a porcelain veneer fitted to the problem tooth.
The porcelain veneer has become a magical cure-all for crooked teeth, gaps, wrinkles and headaches.
The Westlake Village porcelain veneer dentist at The Veneers Dental Office offers personalized information to interested patients so that they can make good choices about their smile aesthetics.
A porcelain veneer is a custom-made thin layer of material that is generally bonded to the tooth with resin cement.
Den-Mat, the maker of the revolutionary LUMINEERS[R] BY CERINATE[R] porcelain veneer laminates, will acquire the rights to Remedent's single-motion veneer placement tray technology, proprietary veneer fabrication technique, and computer imaging design and digital preview technology.