Laminate veneers are specially fabricated and cemented tiny layers of ceramic or a resin composite-based material. They are applied by two different methods as direct and indirect. In the direct method, composite resin material applied to tissue with layering technique in same appointment. In the indirect method veneer is produced from a ceramic or a resin composite based material in the laboratory and cemented to tooth surface in a different appointment.

  • People who have discolored teeth, whether from medications, smoking, root canal treatments, or tissue anomalies can benefit from veneers.
  • People who have minor aesthetic issues with their teeth, gaps between their teeth or wears may also benefit from veneers.
  • For laboratory produced veneers every tooth requires an initial enamel preparation procedure.
  • A porcelain or composite veneer is produced an average of 7-10 days with laboratory process.
  • In the second appointment, oral try-in process of the laboratory produced veneer is performed.
  • In the third appointment, laboratory produced veneers are bonded to teeth with using adhesive cements around one to two hours.
  • For direct composite veneers there is no need any enamel preparation or the preparation can be minimally invasive. Composite material applied to the prepared surface at the same appointment.
  • When bonding is finished, the patient can immediately return to routine activities.

  • 3 to 5 day minimum stay for final checks

How is the post-treatment aftercare period of a dental crown?

  • It's crucial to brush and floss every day like your natural teeth.
  • There may be sensitivity in your teeth and gums for the first few days after the procedure.


• Veneers’ colors cannot be modified once they have been installed and may not exactly match the patient’s teeth in color.
• Veneers may get dislodged from teeth as a result of teeth grinding or a hard impact and fall out.
• After five years, 95% of porcelain veneers are still in place and in good condition, while after twenty years, 83% are still in good condition. The numbers for composite veneers are a little lower.

It will be required to go to a follow-up consultation with your dentist to see how the veneers are fitting after the treatment. Your dentist will assess how your gums are interacting with the veneers and will offer any future advice for cleaning your teeth or gums. Further invasive dental work shouldn’t be necessary, though.
Before letting you return home while you are overseas, your dentist will want to perform final examinations.

Dental veneer maintenance is typically easy but crucial. They must be kept clean, just like natural teeth, to preserve their spotless appearance for as long as possible. To make sure that cleaning does not degrade the veneers’ surface, a non-abrasive toothpaste may be advised.

In most situations, the dentist will also advise using a night guard to safeguard the veneers while you sleep, especially if you clench or grind your teeth in any way.
You should also prepare to visit your dentist on a regular basis. Booking hygienist appointments so that professionals can apply non-abrasive polishes created especially for veneers can help you get the most out of your veneers. Regular dental checkups can also reveal any issues with the integrity of your veneers or any side effects, like tooth rot, that may have developed after their installation.

Generally speaking, you can anticipate an immediate improvement in the aesthetics of your teeth and a boost in confidence as a result. Maintaining your oral health is still essential and crucial after getting veneers, though.

• Choose liquid and pureed foods for the first few days after the procedure.
• Switch to solid foods in the next few weeks. It is recommended that you do not skip meals.
• Avoid very hot foods, as it may take several days for your tongue to return.
• Oral hygiene should be maintained after the procedure. This includes brushing and rinsing at least two times a day.

Frontal or “facial” veneers, which are affixed to the front of teeth and are typically a more successful aesthetic procedure, are the more popular and well-known type of veneer. frontal veneers come in two main varieties: porcelain and composite.

Ceramic or porcelain veneers
Porcelain veneers are more time- and money-consuming, but they have many benefits that make the inconvenience worthwhile.
Although porcelain veneers typically require additional dental work to prepare the teeth for bonding, they have many advantages. They often mirror the effect of dental enamel better, reflecting light in a more natural way. Additionally, they are more durable than composite alternatives, tougher, and, with proper maintenance, more stain resistant.
Composite veneers
Composite veneers are made by layering resin to make the replacement veneer, which is then directly bonded to your teeth.
Your teeth will be prepared for composite veneer treatment by being etched, and adhesive glue will also be placed to aid in the resin material’s adhesion. Both the composite material and the adhesive used to hold the veneer in place are hardened using a concentrated light. After that, the veneer will be polished and cleaned to get its final appearance.
Since composite veneers are less expensive and need fewer dental visits than porcelain counterparts, they may be more practical. Additionally, they typically require less tooth preparation and drilling.
In contrast, they are typically less durable than porcelain veneers and need to be changed in most cases 5-8 years after installation. In many instances, they are also more prone to staining and do not always have a translucency that resembles that of a tooth, which might diminish the veneer’s aesthetic features.