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veneer

 [vĕ-nēr´]
a thin layer of tooth-colored material, usually made of porcelain, some other ceramic, or acrylic resin, attached to a prepared tooth surface to modify its shape or color.

ve·neer

(vĕ-nēr'),
1. A thin surface layer laid over a base of common material.
2. In dentistry, a layer of tooth-colored material, usually porcelain or composite resin, attached to and covering the surface of a metal crown or natural tooth structure.
[Fr. fournir, to furnish]

ve·neer

(vĕ-nēr')
1. A thin surface layer laid over a base of common material.
2. dentistry A layer of tooth-colored material, usually porcelain or acrylic resin, attached to and covering the surface of a metal crown or natural tooth structure.
[Fr. fournir, to furnish]

ve·neer

(vĕ-nēr')
1. In dentistry, a layer of tooth-colored material, usually porcelain or composite resin, attached to and covering surface of a metal crown or natural tooth structure.
2. A thin surface layer laid over a base of common material.
[Fr. fournir, to furnish]

Patient discussion about veneer

Q. How much do veneers cost?

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While individual taste varies, the veneer suppliers will use their expertise to determine whether a piece of wood for veneers looks good or bad.
The structural wood frames for the veneered components are CNC machined then matched with the veneer and bonded together in a giant press.
"Once approved, the veneers are bonded to the teeth using very strong resin cement, making each tooth one impervious unit."
What is raw veneer? Raw veneer is veneer that is sliced or rotary cut then dried, bundled and sold as a full flitch or individual "leaves" of veneer.
The target thicknesses of sliced veneers were 0.3 to 0.8 mm, which were the same as the references of Li et al.
Research suggests around half of veneers are no longer in place, require further treatment or are in a poor condition after a decade.
The General Dental Council (GDC) said it had no option but to strike him from the dental register after hearing he ignored decaying teeth in favour of veneers - with one woman's life put at risk when he failed to spot and treat an infection.
To further examine potential differences in the fracture resistance of the respective veneers, the fracture toughness, [K.sub.Ic], of each type of veneer was measured using the surface crack in flexure (SCF) method.
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Applying veneers involves covering your teeth with a casing to create the appearance of healthier and brighter looking teeth.