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Laminas are porcelain leaves which are about 0.5 mm thick.Although they are very thin, by applying it on the tooth with special substances, it is impossible to remove it from the tooth.
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They look more likely natural because the laminas have about %80 light transmittance.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Lamina
Lamina treatment is a cosmetic dental procedure that involves applying a thin, custom-made shell to the front surface of the teeth to improve their appearance. The shells are made from a special type of porcelain material that is highly translucent, which makes them look more natural and lifelike than other types of dental veneers.
Lamina treatment can be used to correct a variety of dental issues, including chipped, cracked, or misshapen teeth, gaps between teeth, and teeth that are discolored or stained. It can also be used to improve the overall appearance of the smile by creating a more uniform, symmetrical look.
Lamina treatment is designed to be a long-lasting cosmetic dental solution. With proper care and maintenance, the shells can last up to 10 years or more. However, the lifespan of lamina treatment can vary depending on the patient’s oral hygiene habits, lifestyle factors, and the level of wear and tear they experience.
The process for getting lamina treatment typically involves two or more dental appointments. During the first appointment, the dentist will prepare the teeth for the shells by removing a small amount of enamel from the surface of the teeth. They will then take impressions of the teeth and send them to a dental lab where the shells will be custom-made. At a follow-up appointment, the dentist will bond the shells to the teeth using a special dental adhesive.