VENEERS AND LAMINATES Shanti Dental Care Centre

Shanti Dental Care Centre       Enamel, dentin, and pulp make up the three layers that make up a tooth’s crown.
Fillings and restorations can be used to treat tooth decay that only affects the first two layers. Shanti Dental Care Centre

An RCT or endodontic treatment is required if the decay spreads to the third layer of the tooth and results in pulp inflammation or infection.

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Dental Veneers

Is your grin hampered by your crooked teeth? Now, dental veneers can be used to cover it up. Dr.Dhingra Shanti Dental Clinic is the place to go if you want to get dental veneers of the highest caliber. One of the leading dental offices in Kamla Nagar we provide all types of cutting-edge cosmetic dentistry services.

What is a dental veneer?

Dental veneers are very thin shells of porcelain or resin material that are bonded over the front of your natural teeth to change the way that they look. From crowding to uneven teeth, veneers can be used for a variety of aesthetic situations, and results are amazing.

What is the material used for a veneer and why? Shanti Dental Care Centre

Porcelain or resin materials are used to create veneers. They are materials that are tooth-colored. The fact that veneers are stain-resistant is one of its best qualities. At Shanti Dental Clinic all of our veneers are made of porcelain. Once inside the mouth, the porcelain blends in with the other natural teeth and creates the exact same appearance as your original teeth.

  1. Laminates:
    • Also called dental laminates or porcelain laminates.
    • These are very thin shells made of porcelain.
    • Used to cover the front surface of the tooth.
    • Resistant to stains.
    • Can change the shape, size, or color of the teeth.
    • Longer lasting, but also more expensive than composite veneers.
  2. Veneers:
    • Dental veneers can be made from porcelain or from composite materials.
    • Porcelain veneers resist stains better than composite veneers.
    • Porcelain veneers are more durable than composite ones.
    • Composite veneers are less expensive and can usually be applied in one dental visit, but they are more susceptible to staining and don’t last as long as porcelain veneers.