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Dental Veneers

Are you ashamed to smile?

Are your teeth crooked, broken or decayed?

Are you unhappy with the space between your teeth?

Do you have broken fillings?

Do you want your teeth to be whiter?

Your beautiful smile is our work…

What are the Types of Dental Veneers?

  • Dental veneers are often used as a cosmetic dentistry solution and to help you achieve the look you desire. Veneers are a very popular choice for those who have chipped teeth, gaps between teeth or misshapen teeth. Dental veneers are 3-7 mm veneers that adhere to the teeth to give them a more aesthetically shaped appearance. Dentsmile Clinic has more than 10 years of experience in the use of veneers for smile design or smile makeover.

To close the gaps between the front teeth,
To restore broken or worn teeth,
For extremely dark teeth where teeth whitening is not enough,
In such cases where porcelain veneers are required on all teeth due to decayed and crowded teeth,
For teeth with poor structural form and shape,
For diastema closures,
To correct old fillings with poor color and structure,
To correct crowding and crooked teeth (as an excellent cosmetic alternative to orthodontic treatment),

  •           They are made of a durable material with no color change.
    • There is no need to make any change on the tooth or an attempt is made to make a small adjustment, which results in a perfect finish.
    • Since the amount that is removed from the tooth is limited to 0.3 to 0.7mm, there is no need to cut (make smaller) any tooth.
    • A copy of your teeth that you are not satisfied with may be taken and, a design study is carried out on it. That is to say, it is possible to see any change that will happen on your teeth before any intervention thereon.
    • Since the surfaces of the porcelain will be significantly smooth, the possibility of any staining or formation of tartars that may happen due to smoking or due to similar reasons will be minimized.
    • They will not change color due to external factors such as coffee, tea, smoking etc.
    • It is fragile as a material. But when it is fully bonded on the enamel, its resistance against tension and pulling forces will become significantly higher.
    • It is highly resistant against abrasion.


  • It is the most popular solution for aesthetic and durable results.
  • The most popular type in modern technology.
  • EMAX veneers give a realistic natural tooth appearance.
  • Since they are made of pure ceramic, they will remain the same white color for a long time.


  • It is famous for its high health quality for a beautiful smile.
  • It is an option that can be preferred with peace of mind in patients with metal allergies.
  • With a smooth, polished surface, gingival compatibility is very good and is not affected by coloring foods.
  • Since zirconium is also used in diamond production, it can be preferred for a visible smile.


  • It is the oldest dental restoration system.
  • For most treatments, it is the preferred application for its durability. However, over time, when the gums recede, it can be seen that the tooth meets the gum and leaves a black line when smiling.
  • The base of the crown (Crown) is made of metal. That’s why it’s called PFM (porcelain-fused-to-metal).
  • Although the main purpose of the use is lateral and posterior teeth, it completes the dental implant process.
  • When used in the front, the light can leave a shadow effect on the tooth at the time of the smile.


  • It is the type of veneer made with the least filing on thetooth.It is the application in which the tooth tissue (without cutting the teeth) is lost at the minimum rate.
  • Laminate, which means “leaf” in Latin, creates perfect aesthetic appearances with its thin structure like leaves.
  • It is a type of veneer that is frequently applied to people who have aesthetic concerns after braces treatment, people with split teeth and people who are not satisfied with the position of their teeth.
Proccesing Time : 10 Days
Anesthesia Method : Local
Return to Work: Immediately
Persistence of Results: 5 Years