Composite Lamina is a treatment that does not require preliminary preparation and is usually completed within 1-1.5 hours, although the application time varies according to the number of teeth to be intervened. If a carious tooth filling will not be made, it will be done without the need for anesthesia. The processes proceed as follows:
- The dentist chooses the filling material that is suitable for the patient's tooth color.
- Tooth cleaning is done before the application.
- The tooth surface, which is free from bacteria, tartar and plaque, is made rough with a special method (Phosphoric acid use or rasping method) to facilitate the adhesion of the Composite Lamina material to the tooth.
- In order for the Composite Lamina process to take place, the tooth is covered with an auxiliary gel layer.
- The creamy composite resin selected according to the tooth color is applied to the tooth surface with the help of a brush.
- UV light is used to harden the material.
- The cured Composite Lamina material is then shaped into tooth form by the dentist.
Finally, polish is applied and the planned aesthetic appearance of the teeth is achieved.