Veneers are porcelain or composite plates that replace the outer layer of teeth. They allow you to correct irregularities in the shape and color of the tooth, and also protect the teeth (for example, when playing wind instruments). As a result, the restored tooth gains strength and does not differ from the rest. Veneers are made in accordance with the shape, color of the patient’s teeth and his wishes.

A veneer is a plate with a thickness of 0.2 mm, if it is a composite, then it is an organic bisgma resin filled with ceramic or glass microparticles, and if it is ceramic, then, for example, lithium-disilicate glass ceramics, glued to the vestibular, that is, the labial side of the tooth, performing aesthetic, restorative, masking, phonetic and alimentary function.

For the manufacture of veneers, by and large, no aggressive preparation of the tooth enamel is required, in some cases (microdentia or abrasion) it is possible to manufacture veneers without preparing the tooth tissues. Subject to the observance of the occlusal and gnathological principles in the clinic by the operator, and the observance of all technological regulations in the laboratory by the engineer-technician, this method of restoration has long-term forecasts and can be widely recommended for use.

Metal-free e-max ceramics are one of the latest achievements in aesthetic dentistry.

The IPS.e.max system has found widespread use in Europe and has gained high popularity among all prosthetic restorations.

The E-MAX system is an all-ceramic system, the frame of which consists of glass ceramics or zirconium oxide. It is a pressed ceramic with a high content of leucite crystals, due to which it has high strength. In this case, the structure consists entirely of one material.

This product is widely used in dental restoration with the manufacture of all-ceramic crowns and veneers.

Make an appointment online

Enter your details. The administrator will contact you within a few minutes and help you choose a convenient time to visit the clinic.