You want to get a white Hollywood smile, it’s not as hard as you think there are molecular dental plating! So what are partial dental coating, and what are its pros and cons?
Do you have yellow teeth, with spots, or have an unpleasant shape? If this is the case, do not worry, there are easy solutions available now with partial dental coating (for miniatures) that would make your smile beautiful and bright.
In recent years, as awareness of the importance of beautiful teeth increases in their overall appearance to the face, many cosmetic dental treatments have evolved.
Dental medicine has evolved, which provides solutions to problems such as color, structure, shape and improper positioning of the teeth, which harm the symmetry and disturb the required harmony of the face.
Today, there are full porcelain coatings of teeth called “complete porcelain crowns.” These crowns are formed on the basis of a substance called zirconia or alumina.
In this next article we will explain what are partial dental coatings, also known as LAMINATES or the front porcelain front.
To change the color and shape of the tooth, the dentist must, in the first stage, carefully and precisely plan the external material of the tooth, then sharpen the tooth (his stone) with a special stamp and send it to the laboratory to build the ceramic building.
The final product that arrives from the laboratory is affixed to the tooth, thereby covering various defects and creating a new interface.
Pros and Cons
Partial dental paneling has an advantage over other rehabilitative treatments because the sharpening of the material from the tooth is small and includes only the front area and not the back surface. Likewise, the probability of damaging the root is smaller, because we do not come close to the core of the teeth.
The negative advantage of partial dental coverings is that a long contact exists between the tooth and the covering, which constitutes a weak point in the future for bacteria entry and the failure of the rehabilitation process.
Another disadvantage is that the paneling does not provide adequate protection against secondary decay, and in patients with a tendency to develop cavities, it is preferable to choose peripheral dental paneling over the jubeiha.
The smile resulting from partial dental coating is also known as the smile of a million dollars as a result of its high financial cost, which many may consider to be other negative!
Temporary rehabilitation or temporary crowns that are affixed between treatments do not provide a good solution because it is difficult to attach to the tooth with regular adhesive. This leads to a more difficult transition period between sharpening and measuring, and between the delivery of the final cover.
One of the experts says: “From my long experience with porcelain coatings, laminates and others, their long-term durability and the beautiful end result makes it easier for me to decide to go into this type of treatment.”
However, we must always bear in mind that treatment for aesthetic purpose may cause harm in clinical terms, and the decision to sharpen a healthy tooth should not be underestimated.