Laminate Veneer

Laminate Veneer

Laminate veneers, also known as leaf porcelain veneer, is among the highly preferred dental applications today. While making laminated teeth, minimal abrasions are made from the teeth and aesthetics is provided with glassy ceramic materials.

Which Cases is Laminated Teeth Applied To?

Since it is not an application that harms the person, with a few exceptions, almost everyone can have a laminate tooth veneer.


  • With open tooth spaces (Diestema)
  • In cases such as cigarettes, coffee, which change the color of the tooth and cause a bad image
  • For those with crooked teeth
  • Broken teeth
  • Those who are not satisfied with their teeth aesthetically
  • In the presence of enamel defects
  • Teeth that do not respond positively to the whitening process
  • In tooth enamel problems that wear out due to various reasons
  • Blackness around the teeth after root canal treatment
  • Patients with genetic dental disorders.

What is the Lifespan of Laminated Teeth?

Considering the lifetime of laminated teeth; If our patients comply with the points that need attention and at the same time take care of their oral health, it is possible to use their laminated teeth for up to 15 years.

What Should You Know After Laminated Teeth Treatment?

Considering the important points after laminate tooth treatment; Sensitivity to hot and cold foods within 15 days after the procedure should be considered normal. In this process, it is necessary to brush the teeth with desensitizing toothpastes in order to accelerate the healing. In addition, it is not necessary for our patients to use toothpastes with teeth whitening effects. The toothpastes they choose should not have abrasive effects.

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