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Porcelain Laminated Veneers are perhaps the most aesthetic way to create a more pleasant and beautiful smile. Veneers allow you to choose the position, shape, size, and color of the tooth.

The course of treatment can last a total of 10 days, including 2-3 sessions.

Porcelain Laminate Veneers

The preparation of Porcelain Laminated Veneer does not require the use of local anesthesia. However, local anesthesia is recommended for patients who are particularly sensitive or anxious.


Dental preparation for porcelain veneers is a more conservative restoration than crowns. It requires a minimum amount (about 0.5 mm) of tooth reduction only on the facial side (front) of the teeth. The reduction of teeth depends on the positions of the teeth. The dentist takes measurements or molds of the teeth to be sent to the laboratory. The course of treatment lasts at least 2 hours. Between your initial session and your last session, you may feel a little sensitive to heat and cold. This is normal and is caused by the removal of a small part of the enamel crown of the tooth. This sensitivity will disappear after the installation of your Porcelain Laminated Veneer. The laboratory time required for porcelain Laminated veneer preparation is approximately 7 days.

You can continue your daily life with temporary teeth until your permanent veneers arrive.


During your second visit, rehearsals are made for the suitability of your teeth. The dentist will put veneers on your teeth to check the fit, shade and length. Veneers can be changed by the dentist during the visit. When the patient approves the appearance, dentist can cement it. The installation of your laminate can be performed once again with or without local anesthesia. The laminates are placed with a photosensitive resin, which is hardened using a light cure. This session will last at least 2 hours.

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