te veneer ,,
A veneer is a thin layer of
restorative material placed over
a tooth surface, either to
improve the aesthetics of a
tooth,...
1- Fractured tooth

2 -Intrinsic staining
3- In case of multiple teeth to

create a

"Hollywood“

type of makeover
4- Smal...
6- In case of worn away the edges
of the teeth
7- Lengthen teeth that have been
shortened
by wear,
8- Fill the black trian...
12- Enamel hypoplasia
13- Closure of diastemas
14- Root exposure
15- Abrasion and erosion
16- Large pulp size
17- Anatomic...
1-High caries index.
2- Poor plaque control.
3-Extensive existing restoration.
4-BruxximS.
5-Posterior teeth.
6-Edge to ed...
9-Simulated straightening of the
teeth
for younger people with
healthy teeth
10- Crowding of misaligmed

teeth with inadqu...
1. Esthetic .
2. Stain resistant and Stronge.

3. The color of a laminate
veneer can be selected such

that it makes dark ...
5 . Minimal tooth preparation req
6. Color stability.

7-Resist abrasion.
8-Well tolerated by gingiva.
Tooth preparation:
Keep in mind…

• Lengthening the tooth
requires special attention
during the preparation stage.
• The occlusion , especial...
minimal and limited to enamel
of tooth.
-The enamel should be reduced
by 0.3-0.5 mm in a
conservative intraenamel
preparat...
Enamel has different
thicknesses at the
gingival, middle and
incisal 1/3rds of the
facial surface of the
tooth, so there
T...
-Three-wheel
diamond depth
cutter , creats the
depth-orientation
groove (0.3) mm in
G half of the L.S.
-Three-wheel
diamon...
There are two basic techniques for the placement
of the incisal finish line;

1)The first terminates the
prepared facial s...
(2) In the second
technique, the incisal edge is
slightly reduced and the
porcelain overlaps the incisal
edge, terminating...
-Reduction

the proximal by
using the round-end. - open
the contacts area without
breaking.
- To correct an uneven
finish ...
- Examination of the prepared
teeth is necessary.
-The dentist must be careful to

remove any sharp angles.
-Smooth margin...
-The retraction cord should be left
in place if possible during the
impression.
-Use a polysiloxane or polyether
material ...
-The tray is seated and the
material was allowed to set
completely before it’s
removed from the patient’s
mouth
-The oppos...
The veneers should first be tried-in
before they are
bonded to eliminate unexpected
surprises.
When the patient arrives fo...
-Frist do good isolation.
-Sparated with soft matrix strip.
-Etche 15 to 30 sec with 37%
phosphoric acid.
-Applied Boindin...
1.Initial follow-up :
-Scheduled one week postcementation to evaluate tissue
response and margins,
-At 3-4 month intervals...
Bonding of laminate
veneer:
Dentin bonding is a
micromechanical bond but
it is more complex and
difficult and Hydrophilic

Ceramics Bonding is .
resin...
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(3),,,
(4),,,
1-http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed
2-http://www.slideshare.net/aneeqa_yaqub/dentalveneers?from_search=7
3-CONTEMPORARY E...
Thank
you
Done by :
Lubna Al-Tareb
Keffaya Al-shareff
Noha Al-zomani
Shrooqe Al-taibi
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  1. 1. te veneer ,,
  2. 2. A veneer is a thin layer of restorative material placed over a tooth surface, either to improve the aesthetics of a tooth, or to protect a damaged tooth surface. It has a translucent quality which means that they give a natural looking tooth,
  3. 3. 1- Fractured tooth 2 -Intrinsic staining 3- In case of multiple teeth to create a "Hollywood“ type of makeover 4- Small teeth.
  4. 4. 6- In case of worn away the edges of the teeth 7- Lengthen teeth that have been shortened by wear, 8- Fill the black triangles between teeth . 9- Provide a uniform color, shape, and symmetry, and make the teeth appear
  5. 5. 12- Enamel hypoplasia 13- Closure of diastemas 14- Root exposure 15- Abrasion and erosion 16- Large pulp size 17- Anatomical maleform teeth 18- Tooth wear
  6. 6. 1-High caries index. 2- Poor plaque control. 3-Extensive existing restoration. 4-BruxximS. 5-Posterior teeth. 6-Edge to edge or cross bite. 7- Short teeth. 8- In case of orthodontics.
  7. 7. 9-Simulated straightening of the teeth for younger people with healthy teeth 10- Crowding of misaligmed teeth with inadquate enamel present
  8. 8. 1. Esthetic . 2. Stain resistant and Stronge. 3. The color of a laminate veneer can be selected such that it makes dark teeth appear whiter.
  9. 9. 5 . Minimal tooth preparation req 6. Color stability. 7-Resist abrasion. 8-Well tolerated by gingiva.
  10. 10. Tooth preparation:
  11. 11. Keep in mind… • Lengthening the tooth requires special attention during the preparation stage. • The occlusion , especially the anterior guidance, should be very carefully evaluated. • Palatally finishing preparation lines can be applied and in
  12. 12. minimal and limited to enamel of tooth. -The enamel should be reduced by 0.3-0.5 mm in a conservative intraenamel preparation. -The finish line should be as close to the gingiva as possible , or slightly sub-givgival. - However, no matter what the condition is, cervical preparation is essential to display the laminate's normal
  13. 13. Enamel has different thicknesses at the gingival, middle and incisal 1/3rds of the facial surface of the tooth, so there Two different-sized depth cutters (Komet
  14. 14. -Three-wheel diamond depth cutter , creats the depth-orientation groove (0.3) mm in G half of the L.S. -Three-wheel diamond bur (0.5)mm reduction in incisal -Remove tooth
  15. 15. There are two basic techniques for the placement of the incisal finish line; 1)The first terminates the prepared facial surface at the incisal edge. * There is no incisal reduction or prep of the lingual surface and it can be in the form of a window or
  16. 16. (2) In the second technique, the incisal edge is slightly reduced and the porcelain overlaps the incisal edge, terminating on the lingual surface. * In a retrospective clinical evaluation the two techniques
  17. 17. -Reduction the proximal by using the round-end. - open the contacts area without breaking. - To correct an uneven finish line, ensure that the diamond is parallel with the long
  18. 18. - Examination of the prepared teeth is necessary. -The dentist must be careful to remove any sharp angles. -Smooth margins that are fully
  19. 19. -The retraction cord should be left in place if possible during the impression. -Use a polysiloxane or polyether material for the impression - Or we can use A polyvinyl siloxane impression material to take a full arch impression.
  20. 20. -The tray is seated and the material was allowed to set completely before it’s removed from the patient’s mouth -The opposing arch impression is also taken in a polyvinyl material -A hard-setting occlusal registration was taken bite
  21. 21. The veneers should first be tried-in before they are bonded to eliminate unexpected surprises. When the patient arrives for the final appointment. what to do : - First anesthetized for the comfort of the patient. _ Clean with flouride free
  22. 22. -Frist do good isolation. -Sparated with soft matrix strip. -Etche 15 to 30 sec with 37% phosphoric acid. -Applied Boinding agent. -Put thin lyer of luting agent. -Apply veneer slightly without force. -Excess cement is removed. -Partial curing for 5 to 10 sce. -Aemove of all excess. -Veneer should be cured from all directions for at least
  23. 23. 1.Initial follow-up : -Scheduled one week postcementation to evaluate tissue response and margins, -At 3-4 month intervals. 2.Clean it by brush and floss every day for good oral hygiene. 3.Avoid using vertical strokes during scaling, 4.Avoid the use of acidulated
  24. 24. Bonding of laminate veneer:
  25. 25. Dentin bonding is a micromechanical bond but it is more complex and difficult and Hydrophilic Ceramics Bonding is . resins must be used micromechanical bond
  26. 26. (1),,,
  27. 27. (2),,,
  28. 28. (3),,,
  29. 29. (4),,,
  30. 30. 1-http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed 2-http://www.slideshare.net/aneeqa_yaqub/dentalveneers?from_search=7 3-CONTEMPORARY ESTHETIC DENTISTRY 4-Science and Art of Porcelain Laminate Veneers
  31. 31. Thank you Done by : Lubna Al-Tareb Keffaya Al-shareff Noha Al-zomani Shrooqe Al-taibi

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