FAQs About Dental Laminates

Looking for more information on dental laminates? Laminates are also known as dental veneers, porcelain veneers and dental porcelain laminates. They are a common dental option for those looking to improve their smile, which can boost their self-esteem and overall confidence. Because laminates are versatile, they are often used to correct teeth imperfections.

FAQs about laminates

The following is a list of frequently asked questions about dental laminates.

FAQ #1: What exactly are dental laminates?

Answer: Laminates consist of very thin pieces of porcelain that are carefully shaped so they can be bonded to a dental patient's teeth.

FAQ #2: Can laminates also make teeth stronger?

Answer: Yes, when a dental patient chooses to get laminates on their teeth, it will make their teeth up to 95 percent stronger.

FAQ #3: How long does it take for someone to get dental laminates?

Answer: It normally only takes two different dental visits in order for someone to have their teeth shaped and prepared for getting laminates.

FAQ #4: Does getting laminates hurt?

Answer: No, as a local anesthetic is used.

FAQ #5: Are dental laminates permanent or can they be removed?

Answer: Laminates are considered to be a permanent dental treatment, as they will last up to 15 years. Because they are a permanent option for tooth repair, it is important for those considering this option to be fully aware of what is involved when getting laminates.

FAQ #6: Is it easy to take care of the laminates once they are placed on the teeth?

Answer: There are no special requirements to taking proper care of laminates. All that is necessary for someone who now has laminates on their teeth is to practice good hygiene by brushing and flossing at least twice a day.

FAQ #7: Are laminates a good choice for those who grind their teeth?

Answer: No, laminates are not a good choice for someone who grinds or clenches their teeth. There is a good chance that they will damage the laminates.

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