What is Porelen Coating?
Porcelain metal-reinforced veneers are fixed prostheses used to regain tooth form in decayed damaged teeth. Metal-supported chromium or nickel or metals made of gold are used to meet the bite force in metal-supported porcelains.
Metal-supported porcelain veneers are generally applied on the crown implant in caries and fractures or tooth extractions in the teeth in the posterior region. One of the biggest reasons for the application of metal-reinforced coatings in the rear area is that they meet the force very well and are quite resistant. They are usually canal because they can take the force very well.
It is generally considered appropriate to apply metal-supported veneers after the necessary arrangements are made in order to hold the fragments together to the teeth that have been broken after the treatment or to the teeth that have been damaged and consequently broken after large fillings.
Every aspect of the tooth is reduced. A thin metal cap is prepared on the chipped tooth. This hat is covered with porcelain. Since the metal substructure is completely covered with white tooth-colored porcelain, metal is not visible when you open your mouth or smile. The reason why they are not preferred especially for anterior teeth in recent years is the matte reflection of the underlying metal on the porcelain and the incompatibility of the substructure metal with the gingiva.