Laminated Coating

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Laminated Coating

For these restorations, which are applied especially on the front teeth, only a small amount of tooth tissue is removed by thinning 0.3-0.7 mm from the front surfaces of the teeth. Consistency is provided by making a very light roughening. It is a highly preferred type of coating in aesthetic dentistry. It provides a beautiful smile to the person with its perfect color and texture harmony. They are restorations that maintain their aesthetic appearance for a long time. They look natural because of their good light permeability. Porcelain laminates are quite transparent and thin. With this application, the tooth color, shape, size and length of the patient are redesigned and all aesthetic concerns of the patient are eliminated.

In Which Cases Can Lamina Porcelain Coatings Be Applied?

In Which Cases Can Lamina Porcelain Coatings Be Applied?

  • People who do not like the shape of their teeth and want a better shape,
  • In people with a smile design,
  • Incisors
  • Especially in case of molars fracture and wear,
  • As an alternative or complementary to orthodontic treatment,
  • Those with genetic disorders in tooth structure,
  • Correction of crooked, crooked, damaged tooth structure,
  • Yellowed and discolored teeth that do not result in bleaching,
  • It can be applied to increase the length of teeth.

In What Situations Cannot Laminated Coatings Be Applied?

Our patients who cannot be treated with laminated teeth; These are our patients who are younger than 18 years of age and have not completed bone development. In addition, laminated dental treatment is not suitable for our patients with severe tooth clenching and grinding problems. Laminated dental treatment is not applied to our patients with mental illness.

In What Situations Cannot Laminated Coatings Be Applied?
What Are The Advantages Of Laminated Veneers?

What Are The Advantages Of Laminated Veneers?

  • The biggest advantage of lamina veneers is that they provide minimum sensitivity, even if only a small part of the teeth must be abraded sometimes.
  • A healthy and natural appearance is provided in a very short time with a small intervention.
  • Lamina coating applications do not change colors, they are very durable and durable materials.
  • Due to its light transmittance, it is difficult to distinguish it from natural teeth.
  • It has a very natural structure.
  • They are not affected by factors that cause discoloration on teeth such as coffee, tea or cigarette. No color change is seen on the laminated coating.
  • their surfaces are extremely smooth. They have a natural and smooth texture when you run your tongue over them.
  • They are made of durable, aesthetic and high-strength materials.
  • It is not allergic.
  • Preparation time is short since there is no infrastructure.
  • They can be applied in a very short time.
  • You will spend very little time in the dental chair as they can be applied in very short periods of time.

How Long Does A Laminated Coating Treatment Take?

Treatment is completed as a result of an average of 2-3 sessions. If the patient does not have any dental problems, the application of laminated tooth coating is completed in 2 or 3 sessions. It expires in approximately 1 week. At the first appointment, the teeth are cared for and the measurements of the teeth to be covered are taken. In the second appointment, laminated leaf veneers are placed on the tooth. In the third appointment, the application is generally checked.

How Long Does A Laminated Coating Treatment Take?
How Should Laminate Coating Care Be?

How Should Laminate Coating Care Be?

  • Dental floss and mouthwash should be used in addition to brushing teeth.
  • Do not use the front teeth for tearing at hard foods.
  • Night plate should be used in the presence of the habit of clenching or grinding teeth.
  • Nail biting habits should be abandoned
  • Six-month checks should not be neglected