Lamina (Leaf Porcelain);
Very thin leaf porcelain glued on the teeth with minimal abrasion of the front surfaces without cutting the teeth. In Which Cases?
– Extremely colored teeth that cannot be obtained with whitening
– Closure of teeth (diastema) and expansion of tooth sizes
– Correction of unstructured teeth
– Correction of broken and worn teeth
– Correction of curved and perplexed teeth
– A new smile was prepared for patients who were not happy with their smile. Advantages of Porcelain Lamina
– Very little material removed from the tooth surface or protects the remaining tooth tissue
– Allows light to pass for very fine adjustments. Makes your teeth look natural.
– It does not change with the materials such as tea, coffee and cigarettes. Treatment Stages of Porcelain Lamina Measures are taken from the first session patient. Teeth are designed in the model obtained. In the second session, the teeth are eroded and the precision is measured. In the next session, laminates are adhered with special adhesive. Porcelain Lamina
– Habits such as bruising
– Bad habits like eating nails, biting pen
– Cases with lower jaw leading