Direct Composite Veneer

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Posted on By Dr.Saif Nagm In Anterior/Esthetic

Handling porcelain veneer emergencies. - What to do and what to expect if you have a porcelain laminate chip, crack, break or come off (debond).

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Hi Dr. Nagm;
Exceptional work!!!
This is how we do what we do.
Regards,
gerald


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Thank you Gerald


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Great job Saif. Beauty. Ashok


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Thank you Ashok


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Nice presentation, Saif, Only question I have is how do you charge for such a service since your artistry takes considerable time...vs. making a new porcelain veneer? I realize that a bonded repair takes much less time if even 1/2 the ceramic veneer remains.


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thank you Ronald .in this case i had only 5 hours till the pt. flight so i decided to make it in direct way .about restoring the chipped part yes it takes less time but in this case as you see its not worth to keep the remaining half due to the open margin and bad quality ceramic work .about the charge its a little bit less than i charge for the ceramic veneer.60-70 % of the price


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