In our dental laboratory we create plaster models from dental impressions. Alternatively, we can also start from digital scans of the teeth. From these models the dental technician can individually shape the veneers. To do this the ceramic shell is molded in wax and then pressed (pressed veneer) or individually layered in ceramic (multi-layered ceramic shell). The dental technician then fires and paints them, and the ceramic shells are ready for the test fitting.
At the test fitting we place the veneer in the patients mouth and check the fit, form and colour of the veneer. If all is in order and the patient is satisfied we attach the ceramic shell to the tooth with a special bonding cement. You can eat with the veneers straight away.