What is Veneer? Veneer refers to a thin layer of restorative material usually bound above the surface of the tooth with the aim of providing protection for damaged teeth or increasing the appearance of teeth. Veneer is categorized into two large groups based on the type of material used i.e. Composite veneer and porcelain veneers.
What is a porcelain veneer? Veneer porcelain also referred to as a gear porcelain lamination or dental veneer is a thin porcelain wafer usually has a half millimeter thickness that is fixed to the front teeth with the aim of creating a smile makeover so that it creates beautiful results. If you want to know more about the veneer then you can pop over the link.
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Generally, these veneers mimic teeth structures better as compared to other restorative materials due to being hard, capable of resisting wear and capable of lasting for quite a long period of time. Mostly, porcelain veneers are used by dentists as a method of making cosmetic changes for various dental problems.
Composite veneer is also referred to as a gear composite resin is a synthetic resin form that is used as a restorative adhesive or material. These types of veneers are marked by being: cheap, easy to fly, insoluble, not sensitive to dehydration and aesthetics.