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Smile Design with Lamina Veneers

Hakan, who has a gingival smile, was treated with lamina veneers and designed a new smile.

 The patient's complaints;

 -A volume increase in the jaw area due to wear on the teeth and overwork of the jaw muscles due to the presence of bruxism, known as teeth grinding.  - Excessive appearance of gums when smiling (Gummy Smile)

 - Outward protrusion of tooth axes in appearance.


 Treatment stages, First of all, Botox was applied to the jaw muscles to prevent teeth clenching and to reduce the volume in the jaw area.  Then, the smile design was applied and the model was studied.  Excessively visible gingival and bony prominences were surgically corrected.  After the tissues healed after the surgical procedure, tooth cuts were made for lamina applications.  After the new teeth were bonded, a hard night plate called occlusal splint compatible with the new teeth was made, and the treatment was terminated.

TV8int City Life

Interview with Dentist Erdogan Ertek, who took part in the program "Şehirde Yaşam" broadcast on TV8int, under the titles of "Smile Design", "Surgical Guide and Seamless Implant" and "Bruxism (Teeth Clamping)".

How to make a smile design planning?
Office and home type teeth whitening procedures
Seamless implant applications with surgical guide
Implant application with visual guidance
What is the all on four treatment? How is it done?
What are the causes of failures in dental implants?
Do I have to wait a long time for the construction of my prostheses after the implant application?
What are Botulinum Toxin applications in dentistry?
My gums show a lot when I smile, is there a cure?
How can clenching and grinding (bruxism) be treated?
Which applications are used in aesthetic dentistry?
What is the difference of zirconium from other porcelain veneers?
What are the features of Laminate Veneer? To whom does it apply?
How long does Laminate Veneer last? Does it need to be renewed?
Why do calculus form? What should be considered for oral care?
Things to know about impacted wisdom teeth
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