Ceramic veneer

ceramic veneer

[sə′ram·ik və′nir]
(materials)
A burned clay non-load-bearing unit used in masonry construction.

Ceramic veneer

Architectural terra-cotta with either ceramic vitreous or glazed surfaces, characterized by large face dimensions and their sections; the back is either scored or ribbed.

ceramic veneer

An architectural terra-cotta having a ceramic glazed surface; the dimensions of its face are usually large compared with its thickness; the backside glazing is either scored or ribbed, making it easier to attach the ceramic veneer to a wall or other surface.
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Educated at University of Pennsylvania School of Dentistry, he is widely known for his dental implant and smile sculpting ceramic veneer skills.
He developed one of the first esthetic dentistry protocol courses in the United States and is the co-developer of the Hybrid Crown(TM), a combination ceramic veneer and metal crown introduced in 1974.
The most popular pressed ceramic veneer brand is MAC Veneers by MicroDental.
For those patients whose gums and bones are healthy and who only need a crown or veneer, the waiting game is over, thanks to the CEREC, a revolutionary new computerized system that allows dentists to produce a ceramic veneer, crown, or inlay in one day.
One ceramic veneer costs ` 12, 000 to ` 20, 000 but porcelain veneers are known to be a better option.
Ceramic veneers are also available and may be appropriate for patients who require more extensive aesthetic changes.
MAC specializes in pressed ceramic veneers, the most advanced, strongest and longest-lasting material in the industry.
MicroDental Laboratories, the world's leading cosmetic dentistry laboratory and makers of industry-leading MAC Veneers(TM), today announced its Micro Advanced Cosmetics (MAC) Division reached the one-millionth veneer milestone, punctuating the lab's clear leadership in pressed ceramic veneers.
Frame offers preventative care, teeth cleaning, routine exams, dental fillings, dental crowns, dental implants and similar care as well as ceramic veneers, dental bridges, teeth whitening treatments and Invisalign aligners.
Pressed ceramic veneers, like MAC Veneers(TM) from MicroDental, combine the best in technology and aesthetics, making the most natural-looking and long-lasting veneers available.
While bleaching is a so-called ``reversible'' process - stains will eventually return to the tooth's surface - ceramic veneers have emerged as an alternative to caps, as a permanent way to achieve a glamorous grin.
The CEREC AC system was used to fabricate 22 full-contour lithium disilicate ceramic crowns and 6 ceramic veneers in the laboratory on articulated master casts.