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Marmaris Laminated Veneers

Laminate veneer

Laminate veneers (also known as dental laminates) are a treatment in which thin layers of porcelain (veneers) of the desired color, size and shape are attached to the surface of teeth that have aesthetic problems.

Laminate Veneer
Dentist with palette of implants color choosing shade for veneers for young female sitting with closed eyes in dental office

With this method, there is no need to change the teeth that are good, unlike the crown treatment. Usually, only a significant area of ​​0.3 to 0.5 mm of the tooth is removed to perform this treatment. This is about half the thickness of a dime or twice the thickness of a bone. The previously prepared porcelain veneers are attached to the surface using a special bond. Due to the fact that they are very thin and do not contain metal, they allow light to penetrate into certain parts. Therefore, the teeth and veneers look natural and the process is an aesthetic success.


Dental material must be removed to make room for the desired restoration, which is composite or porcelain. A composite crown can be built directly into the mouth or made by a hygienist in a laboratory and bonded to the tooth. However, porcelain veneers can only be made in a vague way.
Laminate restorations may be preferred over dental crowns to preserve the health of the gum tissue.
In the case where laminate flooring is not available, it must be like all the crowns.


  • Covers spots or gaps in the front teeth
  • Improve symmetry, change misaligned teeth
  • Filling in a gap or gap
  • Restore the rot, Replace the worn filler
  • Change the hue, value and brightness
  • Repair broken fractures, improve erosion, replace worn enamel