Dental laminates and dental veneers are two common procedures done to improve the overall appearance of someone’s teeth. Based on desired look and state of the teeth, a dentist can administer an optimal procedure.
Dental veneers are thin, tooth-colored shells placed on the surface of the teeth. It requires a small amount of tooth enamel to be removed for them to fit.
Laminates are much thinner compare to vaneers and require a less amount (sometimes none) of enamel to be removed for them to be placed.
All Ceramic Restoration
All-ceramic requires a trim around the tooth instead of one side. It is applicable for the tooth with a root canal treatment history, to improve the alignment of teeth or to protect and repair a damaged tooth.
Enamel Removal and Application of Ceramic
Regular Visits required for the maintenance