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Laminate Veneer

Laminate veneers, like plastic-resin bonding, cover stained and damaged teeth. Usually made of porcelain, laminate veneers are cemented onto the surface of teeth to give the tooth a smooth, complete surface and a natural shine. The material used for laminate veneers is extremely thin, preventing the bulkiness that can be a problem with plastic resin.

Dentoplasty is different from other dental treatments. Please take care of your valuable teeth in the hands of professional dentoplasty dentist of S-Plant dental hospital.

 

Laminate vaneer (Ceramic Veneer)

In laminate(Ceramic veneer), the tooth surface of 0.3 to 0.6 mm depth is cut off, and an artificial nail-looking-ceramic slice (laminate is put on the cut area. It requires the smallest amount of tooth eduction. The ceramic veneer changes the arrangement, shape, size, and color of your teeth within a short time. It requires a short period of treatment for 1. to 2 weeks, and 2 to 3 visits to the hospital.

e.max Laminate vaneer
e.max Laminate provides 99% same as your original tooth in shape, color and strength, and the most natural looking ceramics among all-ceramic ones.

ClassificationConventional Laminate Vaneere.max Laminate Vaneer
Transparencymostly whiteas much as the original one
Similarity in color90%99%
Durabilityweak at physical impact.5 times higher than the convention one.
Discolored toothnot recommended.recommended.

 

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ALL-Ceramic Crown

All-ceramic crown covers the whole body of tooth with ceramic in the color of your original tooth. It is used not only for the aesthetic purpose, but also for the replacement for the broken or injured part of the tooth by accident or cavity. Higher in the strength than that of resin, all-ceramic crown can stay permanent depending on self-management after the treatment. However, concerning its attribute as ceramic, there is a risk of fracture. Therefore it is strongly recommended that not to bite a too-hard natter.

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