Laminate veneers can preserve natural tooth structure with minimal tooth reduction.

Cosmetic dentistry is a type of dental treatment used to restore a person's teeth that are discolored, damaged, broken or abnormal, and the shape of gums in order to improve the function as well as the appearance of the smile line. Although laminate veneers and all-ceramic crowns are one of the most representative and popular treatments in cosmetic dentistry, you must choose the treatment most appropriate for your dental condition. Laminate Veneer, a restorative material made of thin porcelain, is placed over a tooth surface to improve the esthetics or to protect a damaged tooth surface. All-ceramic crown, translucent porcelain similar to a natural tooth, is used to completely cap or encircle a tooth whose damaged area is too large to cover with a laminate veneer.

  • Cosmetic dentistry is recommended for those who have

  • Gap between teeth
  • Broken or chipped teeth
  • Stained or discolored teeth
  • Microdontia, abnormal or conical teeth
  • Dental caries

  • Laminate Veneers

Laminate veneers cost less than crowns. The usually painless procedure does not require anesthesia. The entire treatment process is done approximately in three days with only two visits to the clinic. Patients can preserve their natural tooth structure as much as possible since the amount of tooth reduction is minimal. The material for laminate veneers is translucent as of natural teeth, and more durable and stronger than resin.