Composite and porcelain are the most widely used materials for making dental veneers. The first material used was composite resin, which is still a popular choice among dentists. This type of veneer typically lasts for about eight years, but it is important for patients to take proper care of them to prevent breakage or discoloration. There are two main types of veneers available in the dental industry: porcelain and composite resin.
Both materials are used in a variety of veneer subtypes, such as E-max, Zirconia, Lumineers, and resin. Porcelain veneers are made from specialized porcelain molded to fit the teeth in an external dental center. Laminated veneers are a conservative treatment for unattractive front teeth. The continuous development of dental ceramics has given dentists many options for creating aesthetically pleasing and functional porcelain veneers.
This evolution of materials, ceramics, and adhesive systems makes it possible to improve the appearance of the smile and the patient's self-esteem. Dentists must be aware of the latest ceramic materials in order to recommend them and their applications and techniques, and ensure the success of the clinical case. The current literature was reviewed to find the most important parameters that determine the long-term success, correct application, and clinical limitations of porcelain veneers. Porcelain veneers are one of the most common types of veneers and can be found at many local dental clinics.
People often choose dental veneers over crowns and adhesives due to their natural appearance. Dental veneers are an excellent way to address minor dental issues that affect a person's smile. Zirconium veneers, one of the strongest veneer materials, are an ideal solution for problems such as extensive cavities, chips, fractures, and more. The American Dental Association includes extractions in its list of the most common dental procedures.
At Woodbridge Dental Care, our staff has a solution for all your dental needs, whether you require immediate treatment, endodontics, or a cosmetic procedure.