Veneer-laminate is ceramic, composite or plastic pieces stuck on the surface of teeth in order to re-create teeth’s shape and colour. This method is used for cases that teeth are discolored, disordered, strange gap. Before sticking, dentists will file the surface of the teeth from 0,7 to 1mm and the veneer-laminate will cover the inside of the teeth, the veneer-laminate is made like the shape of each teeth and then stick on teeth by special aesthetic cement. This is a complicated technology required the high exact. The result is aesthetic and more long-lasting than other aesthetic
Veneers made from porcelain can be used to change the shade, shape, position or size of teeth and also to close or reduce gaps between teeth.
Dental composite veneers are made using the same type of materials that are used for cosmetic bonding and for many white fillings. Composite veneers are most often provided directly by your dentist at a single visit where the composite is applied to your tooth surface and polished to create the veneer surface.
Occasionally composite can be used by your dental laboratory to make veneers which are then fitted by your dentist at a second visit.
Composite is not as hard wearing in the longer term as porcelain and so you can expect to require your composite veneers replacing after five or six years on average. Many porcelain veneers are still serviceable after 14 or 15 years."
>> What Types of Problems Do Dental Veneers Fix?
Veneers are routinely used to fix:
Teeth that are discolored -- either because of root canal treatment; stains from tetracycline excessive fluoride or other causes; or the presence of large resin fillings that have discolored the tooth
Teeth that are worn down
Teeth that are chipped or broken
Teeth that are misaligned, uneven, or irregularly shaped (for example, have craters or bulges in them)
Teeth with gaps between them
>> How Long Do Dental Veneers Last?
Veneers generally last between 5 and 10 years. After this time, the veneers would need to be replaced.