How it's made - Dental Porcelain Veneers in Singapore

Dental porcelain veneers are thin (0.3-0.5mm) ceramic materials that are placed on teeth to change the shape, size and colour of the teeth to enhance and rejuvenate the smile. 

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About The Video

This video provides an inside look at how dental porcelain veneers are made at our clinic. It begins with the precision of CAD/CAM milling, showcasing the advanced technology used to create dental veneers. The video then highlights the conservative approach with 0.5mm thin ceramic, ensuring minimal tooth reduction and maximum preservation of natural teeth.
Throughout the process, the video captures the intricate details of texture creation inspired by nature, emphasizing the craftsmanship involved. It concludes by showing the final product, illustrating how these veneers create a beautiful, natural-looking smile, combining light and aesthetics.
The process of creating dental porcelain veneers involves several meticulous steps, each contributing to the final, natural-looking result. This video highlights the use of CAD/CAM technology for precise milling, which is crucial for achieving the perfect fit and durability of the veneers. The emphasis on using thin ceramic (0.5mm) underscores the clinic's commitment to a conservative approach, preserving as much of the natural tooth as possible.

By focusing on the texture creation inspired by nature, the video illustrates the attention to detail and artistry involved in making veneers. The final segment showcases the aesthetic transformation achieved with these veneers, emphasizing their role in enhancing a patient's smile. This comprehensive overview not only educates viewers about the technical aspects but also highlights the blend of technology and artistry in modern dental care.