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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The cement color, ceramic layer thickness, and tooth structure color identify the final color of ceramic veneer restorations (9, 10).
Comparative evaluation of fracture resistance of Ceramic Veneer with three different incisal design preparations - An In-vitro Study.
The maxillary anterior teeth were prepared for ceramic veneer thickness starting with the labial surface using depth cutting burs from mesioproximal line angle to distoproximal line angle.
One ceramic veneer costs ` 12, 000 to ` 20, 000 but porcelain veneers are known to be a better option.
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.
The tooth was prepared (Komet Ceramic Veneer Kit, Komet Dental, Hamburg, Germany).
Mechanical behavior of ceramic veneer in zirconia-based restorations: A 3- dimensional finite element analysis using microcomputed tomography data.
Regarding the use of the best preparation, there is a disagreement among the authors, as some believe that the palatine chamfer is necessary to reinforce the ceramic veneer, since studies of the clinical behavior of this preparation showed results with greater resistance to fracture when compared to the preparations with 1 mm of incisal reduction with top joint or nonincisal preparation [12].
An investigation into the effect of try-in pastes, uncured and cured resin cements on the overall color of ceramic veneer restorations: an in vitro study.
The use of a ceramic veneer is common for reestablishing the leading edges of the lower anterior teeth when the labioincisal angle has been worn out.
The enamel layer is preserved better and the thickness of the ceramic veneer is standardised.
Figure 2(b) shows a final restorative plan including the all-ceramic crown for the right lateral incisor, the ceramic veneer for the left lateral incisor, and the direct resin composite build-up of both canines.