Porcelain veneers


Porcelain veneers are thin porcelain flakes glued to the front surfaces of the teeth, improving the smile's aesthetics. They are made individually in the prosthetic laboratory.

Porcelain is a material with excellent aesthetics and beautiful gloss. Moreover, it gives a great color stability.

Before making the veneers, the tooth must be prepared by removing the enamel layer from 0.3 to 0.5 millimeters thick. After preparing the tooth or teeth, the dentist makes a tissue impression, and on this basis the technician prepares thin porcelain flakes in the color previously agreed with the patient.

The final stage is gluing porcelain to the prepared tooth surface using modern adhesive cement.

With the help of veneers, we can correct the color of the teeth, diastemas, minor malocclusions, such as tooth displacements relative to the frontal plane, rotated teeth, worn teeth, as well as teeth with discoloration that cannot be removed by whitening.


see also: Prosthetics - the key for fleshy smile Materials used in prosthetics Inserts and outlays of crowns Prosthetic crowns Crown and roots inserts Prosthetic bridges AET Bridges