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What is a porcelain lamina?

What is a porcelain lamina?
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What is a porcelain lamina?

What is a porcelain lamina ?

Porcelain laminae are restorations that can be applied from the dental tissue to very little or often without requiring any preparation. … Porcelain laminae are restorations that can be applied from the dental tissue to very little or often without requiring any preparation.

 

In which situations are porcelain dental laminates applied?

  • Extremely colored teeth that do not get effected by bleaching,
  • In teeth with bad structural form and shape,
  • space closure (diastema closure),
  • In the restoration of broken or worn teeth,
  • Correction of old fillings whose color and structure is damaged
  • It can be a near-perfect cosmetic alternative for the correction of crooked and curved teeth (as an alternative to orthodontic treatment).
  • When the teeth are requested to be extended for a beautiful smile,
  • In patients who have not accepted braces treatment due to aesthetic concerns and whose teeth are separated,