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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It can also be used for cosmetic mock-ups and shade selection as well as temporaries during porcelain veneer creation.
The etched porcelain veneer technology has demonstrated long term clinical success.
People are now more aware of porcelain veneer and metalfree crowns as quick fixes for teeth that are slightly "malpositioned," irregularly shaped and discolored.
When we use the zirconia-based ceramics, we lose the ability to bond the crown; and there have been issues of porcelain veneer material delaminating from the zir-conia substrate resulting in failure," he says.
Variables affecting the spectral transmittance of light through porcelain veneer samples.
Ardu et al, 2009) Bleaching is considered before porcelain veneer placement to either eliminate the need for veneers, reduce the amount of opacifiers needed to mask discoloration, or to give the patient the option of attempting a less expensive/ invasive treatment before committing to veneers.
Patients must understand that extensive porcelain veneer or crown treatment is not a risk-free shortcut to a perfect smile.
The contact lens effect: enhancing porcelain veneer esthetics.
He developed one of the two most widely used kits for preparing teeth and ceramic finishing for porcelain veneer restorations.