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Apex Dental Hospital
Dr. Amandeep Singh
Dr. Jasmeen
S-8, Sector 43, Shopping Complex, Swarn Path, Mansarovar, Jaipur 302020
  
0141 3263957
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D-9/106, Chitrakoot, Opp. Swami Narayan Mandir, Vaishali Nagar, Jaipur 302021
 
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Porcelain Laminate Veneers and Crowns

For more major cosmetic concerns, which may include teeth that are too short, crooked or too much space between teeth, porcelain veneers are the perfect solution. It is also referred as "Instant Orthodontics". Of all the methods available for changing and improving the look of your smile, porcelain (ceramic) laminate veneers and crowns are the most popular, successful and quick. With the help of these, a damaged tooth can be saved and repaired to look and fill like original. A brighter healthy smile can also create a more youthful appearance.


Actually the Porcelain Veneers, also known as porcelain laminates, are thin shells of porcelain applied to the front of the teeth to hide imperfections in structure. At Our Dental Care centre, our master ceramists create the dental “masterpieces.” Veneers can also be made of composite resin reinforced with quartz and are called direct veneers. Veneers are most commonly used on the upper front teeth, but can also be used on the lower and back teeth. Veneers are usually placed on the teeth in sets - this allows for a more even-looking smile. Individual teeth can be veneered; it just may be more difficult to match the natural color of the teeth.

Crowns, or “caps”, are coverings that fit over your teeth and restore each tooth to its normal shape and size, while both strengthening and improving its appearance. A crown could be made of natural looking porcelain/ceramic, metals, acrylic or composite resins or combination of any of these.

Indication for Porcelain Veneers - porcelain veneers should have strong and healthy teeth. People who fit this description and have the following imperfections may want to consider veneers:

  • Spaces between teeth

  • Discolured teeth

  • Malpositioner or slightly crooked teeth

  • Odd saved, cracked or chipper teeth

  • Fractured teeth with a fair amount of tooth structure left

  • Teeth with multiple fillings, which have compromised the aesthetics of the smile

  • Unsatisfactory shape, size and form of teeth

  • To provide a “white smile” in person with naturally dark teeth.



Indications for placing crowns:

  • To restore fractured teeth

  • To protect weak teeth from fracturing

  • To support a large filling when there isn't enough tooth remaining

  • To conceal badly shaped or discolored teeth

  • To strengthen teeth following a root canal (teeth tend to become brittle and are more prone to fracture).

  • To disguise extensive damage caused by decay

  • To attach a bridge

  • To cover a dental implant.

 
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