Laminate veneer crowns

Laminate veneer crowns show some differences from other prothetic applications in terms of application.

This treatment is applied in the visible parts of the teeth as a result of a certain amount of abrasion according to the need or demands. In other words, in some cases there is no need to abrasion on the teeth or sometimes abrasions can be made at different parts of teeth.

Since this treatment was done as a result of aesthetic needs, the material used in the treatment is determined for aesthetic outcome. The most common use is the glass ceramic. This material is very close to the natural tooth structure in terms of light transmittance.

Laminate veneer crown application is a very gentle application. The first thing that makes this treatment gentle is the aim of achieving a high level of aesthetics with very fine ceramics. Precise work, which starts from the planning stages, requires attention until the final stage, bonding. A mistake made at these stages can make the whole treatment unsuccessful.

Application Stages of Treatment

First, the first examination phase, in which the individual's post-treatment wishes are fully understood.

Afterwards, the mock-up made in line with the expectations, that is, the work done on the model obtained from the mouth or the impresion taken from the person is presented to the individual and approval is obtained.

Preperations made on the teeth in accordance with the preliminary study for which the approval was obtained.

Manufacturing of the prosthesis as a result of laboratory procedures and its application to the patient afterwards.

The adhesives used for the application of laminate veneer crowns to the teeth are different from other prostheses and if done under ideal conditions, it is not possible to remove them again except laser application.


When Can Laminate Veneers Crowns Be Done?

There are few restrictions on the application of this treatment. Among them

  • Teeth clenching or grinding
  • Mouth structure in which the lower jaw is positioned anteriorly (Class III)
  • Excess amount of filling on the teeth

With this treatment

  • color change in teeth
  • Fractures in teeth
  • Closing the spaces between teeth
  • Level differences between teeth
  • Changing the shape of the tooth