Dental laminates can be used to correct the appearance of teeth. They are a long lasting and high quality solution to get a beautiful smile. The cost estimate for individual treatment is made during a consultation visit. Make a consultation appointment by leaving a call request.
Dental laminates can be used to correct the appearance of defects or imperfections in the teeth. These can be, for example, congenital malformations of the teeth or tooth enamel, as well as enamel damage. In addition, dental laminates repair worn or otherwise damaged teeth.
Dental laminates are usually made of reinforced glass ceramic or porcelain. The ceramic material adheres well to the tooth surface and withstands bite stress well. The ceramic material is also aesthetically beautiful and natural. Ceramic material is a great choice when the goal is a durable and natural end result.
In addition to the ceramic material, dental laminates can be made of composite plastic. Composite plastics are most commonly used in other patch treatments, such as smaller dental patches. In addition, composite plastic repairs tooth wear and splits. Composite plastic as a material is a slightly cheaper option than porcelain.
Dental laminates may be a suitable option, for example, if the visual defects of the teeth or congenital malformations are perceived as disturbing. In order for dental laminates to be installed, the customer must commit to their care and cleaning on a regular basis. The dentist will assess on a case-by-case basis what kind of solution is best the patient's dentistry.
You can make an appointment with a dentist for a lamination consultation. Before installing dental laminates, the dentist will assess the patient's oral health and check their bite. When planning the treatment, the patient's wishes for treatment are considered.
Before installing the laminates, you must also remove tartar and fill the cavities that require filling. The condition of the gums and mucous membranes also has a significant effect on the treatment and the implementation of the treatment.
The dentist discusses the installation of dental laminates on a case-by-case basis and asks the patient for treatment wishes. The dentist will tell you about the treatment-related aspects during the visit. Once the teeth have treated with basic dental treatment, the implementation of the treatment can begin.
The cost of dental laminates can vary a lot. The price is affected by the customer's initial situation and the materials used.
Laminates can be made of different materials, and the manufacturing and installation of the shell varies depending on the material used. For example, repairing an anterior tooth with composite plastic is estimated to cost 100-350 euros per tooth. The price varies depending on the starting situation and the complexity of the work.
It is estimated that repairing a front tooth with a tooth laminate or crown will cost you between 650 euros and 1,250 euros per tooth. The costs of treatment can be divided by financing, for example, over a period of 1 to 36 months. Where possible, funding may be reduced by different amounts each month.
For the exact cost and more information on financing options, book a consultation appointment by leaving a call request.
First a dentist takes photos of the teeth's initial condition and takes impressions of the teeth using plaster models. These allow the dentist to design temporary laminates as well as the appearance of the permanent dental laminates. After this, the teeth are still thoroughly cleaned, for example, for discoloration, and the teeth are filed the required amount, about 0.5-2.0 mm. Impressions of the filed teeth are taken again using plaster models to get the precise shapes and dimensions of the teeth. At this point, temporary laminates are usually installed.
In some cases, there is no need to file the teeth at all before attaching the laminates. The dentist evaluates the filing on a case-by-case basis in consideration of the client's wishes regarding the implementation of the treatment.
A dental technician makes dental laminates using plaster models. When the dental laminates are ready, the dentist removes the temporary laminates and fits and attaches the permanent laminates on the surface of the teeth. The installation of dental laminates is a process that might require several visits depending on the situation.
Once installed, dental laminates must be treated carefully and regularly as instructed by your dentist. After getting the dental laminates, you should have regular dental check-ups and oral hygienist visists. The dentist and oral hygienist will be able to assess the condition of the installed dental laminates so that the dental laminates last as long as possible for the customer. The dental staff evaluates the appropriate treatment interval individually for each client.