Products - Kleer-Veneer™ - Clinical Procedure
Case 1: Replace Old Veneers
Fig. 1: The patient was unhappy with the esthetics produced by the receding gum line and the staining at the gingival margin.
Fig. 2: The veneers were removed, the teeth were prepared and impressions were made.
Fig, 3: Kleer-Veneer CLEAR shade is placed on the veneers, the veneers are seated and excess cement is removed with a fine brush.
Fig. 4: The veneers can be tack cured for 1-2 seconds, and any remaining veneer cement is easily removed with an appropriate instrument before complete light curing.
Fig. 5: The final result! The dentist has achieved the desired esthetic results. Kleer-Veneer CLEAR shade was crystal clear throughout the procedure and allowed for accurate visualization and precise verification of shade prior to curing. There was no change after curing.
Photography courtest of Dr. Robert A. Lowe
Case 2: Cementation of 6 Veneers and 2 All-ceramic Crowns
Fig. 1: Shows maxillary central incisors after removal of provisional crowns
Fig. 2: Pulpdent Etch Royale is placed on the teeth for 15 seconds.
Fig. 3: The clinician elected to place Pulpdent DenTASTIC UNO light cure adhesive on the eched teeth. Adhesives are optional on enamel and are indicated for dentin.
Fig. 4: Content
Fig. 5: Kleer-Veneer CLEAR shade is syringed onto the veneers
Fig. 6: The veneers are tack cured for 1-2 seconds on teeth #6-11
Fig. 7: Content
Fig. 8: A scaler is used to remove excess cement from around the gingival margins preor to complete curing.
Fig. 9: Light cure all surfaces for 20-30 seconds.
Fig. 10: Pulpdent Embrace WetBond Resin Cement is syringed into the premolar all-ceramic crowns. Embrace is moisture tolerant, dual cure, self-adhesive and self-etching to dentin
Fig. 11: A full smile view of the completed maxillary ceramic reconstruction using Kleer-Veneer CLEAR shade and Embrace REsin Cement.