PORCELAIN LAMINA (LEAF PORCELAIN)
Porcelain lamina is a porcelain restoration that is generally applied to the anterior teeth in the upper and lower jaws, to provide the tooth with its natural form and maximum aesthetics.
IN WHAT SITUATION IS IT PREFERRED?
- It is preferred in patients who complain about tooth form, tooth color, separation, fracture and crowding in their front teeth.
WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES?
- Very little substance such as 0.3-0.8 mm from the tooth enamel is removed, the naturalness of the tooth is preserved.
It is a very successful treatment option in reflecting the natural color of the tooth.