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Veneers production

Veneers are popular due to their beautiful and natural appearance. They are wafer-thin veneers (0.3-1 mm) that the doctor applies to the teeth with a special adhesive. Veneers production is an important process that requires a lot of attention to detail. Only the best dental technicians are able to produce suitable veneers in dental laboratories. Good quality is very important, especially since the veneers must last up to 20 years.

In this article, you will therefore learn everything you need to know about the production of veneers.

Herstellung Veneers im Labor

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How are veneers made?

The dental technicians in their dental laboratories are working in close cooperation with the dentist. The production process always depends on the dental impressions of the patient made by the dentist. In most cases, the production process looks like this:

Zahntechniker bearbeitet Veneers im Dentallabor

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Laboratory production

Veneers are manufactured in a dental laboratory. It usually takes a few weeks for the veneers to be ready. First, an impression of the dentition is made. This impression is sent to the laboratory, where the production of the veneers then begins. To cover the time, the dentist uses so-called mock-ups, which the patient can wear in the meantime.

The experts in the laboratory ensure that the veneers are perfectly matched to the dentition and have exactly the right shape and size. Once the veneers are ready, they are fitted to the teeth and attached.

Veneers materials

In general, it can be said that traditional ceramic veneers are the best option. They are usually between 0.3 and 1 mm thick. The ceramic used for their manufacture is tooth-colored, translucent, highly resilient, has a long service life and is well tolerated.

Dr. Muhammed Ferit Kiziler

“With ceramics, it’s possible for the dental technician to layer better and thus work more accurately and qualitatively.”- Muhammed Ferit Kiziler, dentist, founder of Inno-Esthetics & specialist in veneers

The dental technician can use the material to perfectly imitate the surface structure as well as the color of the natural tooth. In addition, the good tolerance of the ceramic by patients is another advantage.

Furthermore, there are no known allergies or reactions with other materials. The veneers have almost the same hardness and abrasion resistance as natural teeth. Unlike the natural tooth, little plaque can accumulate on the smooth surface of the ceramic veneer.

Over time, two methods have become established as laboratory processes for the fabrication of conventional veneers.

Non-Prep Veneers

Another type of veneers are non-preps (without preparation) veneers. They are made of composite, a mixture of plastic, quartz and glass.

However, the difference from others is not only in the material, but also in the bonding. Instead of grinding and preparing the tooth, as is the case with conventional veneers, the dentist places the veneers directly on the tooth. The fabrication of non-prep veneers is time-consuming, so only an experienced dental technician should do it. In addition, a qualified dentist should bond them.

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