Laminate Veneer restorations are porcelain restorations that are planned to improve the aesthetic appearance and functional structure of the teeth and are adhered to the teeth in a very thin layer with the help of modern systems. Laminate Veneer restorations; It is an aesthetic, safe, conservative treatment with less risk of gingival irritation. In recent years, with the increasing importance of preventive dentistry, the rate of use of thin-thickness Laminate Veneer, which is prepared without removing material from dental tissues or by minimally abrading, has increased.Being very thin and free of metal, they allow light to transmit. For this reason, the teeth look natural and are aesthetically very successful. 


  • It can be applied in anterior group teeth that are important in terms of smile aesthetics,
  • It can be used to close gaps between teeth that create aesthetic disadvantages,
  • It can be used to give an aesthetic appearance to teeth that have a bad color due to different reasons and whitening processes cannot achieve permanent results,
  • It can be used to restore an aesthetic appearance to worn teeth that cause aesthetically bad appearance,
  • It can be used to correct minor crookedness and symmetry problems in the front teeth.

Frequently Asked Questions

• Severe gingival recession • Too much crookedness • Impaired jaw relationship • Habits such as nail biting and pen biting
The main purpose of aesthetic dentistry is to meet the aesthetic expectations of people. Wear and discoloration of the teeth over time is the most critical problem that bothers patients. Apart from this, crowding problems and tooth loss are among the other reasons that push patients to seek aesthetic solutions.

After the laminate veneers are permanently bonded, routine brushing and flossing should continue.
Movements such as breaking shell foods, opening bottle caps, biting nails, which we should not do normally, should not be done with laminate veneers. Similar movements will cause the restorations to break or fall.
After the procedure, the patient is called for control 1-2 weeks later. Compatibility of restorations with gingiva, any fracture, crack formation, discoloration, sensitivity, oral hygiene are controlled. The patient is kept under control by being invited to routine controls recommended for everyone every 6 months.

What is inlay onlay & Porcelain

Composite restorations are optionally used in the treatment of dental caries, discoloration and trauma-induced fractures, and digitally produced aesthetic porcelain materials are called inlay onlays.