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Porcelain veneers, because they are glass-like, have a great advantage over other types of cosmetic dental bonding by the fact that they are translucent. When they are bonded onto a tooth’s surface they mimic the light handling characteristics of enamel. Light striking a porcelain veneer will penetrate its thickness, and then subsequently be reflected back out once it has reached the opaque cement and tooth structure lying underneath the veneer. This translucency effect provides a sense of depth, and thus a very life-like appearance.

See the following case studies for an example:

Case Study – Gappy and uneven smile

Longing for a fuller and more pronounced smile our client decided to take action and travelled abroad for dental treatment. Closing the gaps and reshaping the teeth, a fully revitalised look …

Case Study – Stained and uneven teeth

Concious of a slightly discoloured and uneven smile our client wanted to revitalise her image with porcelain veneers and teeth whitening. The dental treatment in Budapest only required 5 working days.