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Brief About Porcelain Veneers

The Composites Veneers are a type of dental restoration that is made from several different types of materials combined together. The three most common composites used in veneers are porcelain, natural marble, and metal alloys. For more information about porcelain veneers you can visit at

Each type of composite has its own benefits and drawbacks, so it's important to understand what they are before making a decision. Porcelain is the most durable material, but it can sometimes be more difficult to remove than other types of composites. Metal alloys are the least expensive, but they may require more frequent maintenance than other types of composites. Natural marble is the most esthetic option, but it may not be as durable as other types of composites. 

Porcelain is one of the most durable materials used in veneers. Porcelain has a hardness rating of 7-9 on the Mohs Scale, which means it can only be scratched by minerals harder than it. This makes porcelain very resistant to wear and tear, especially when compared to softer composite materials like resin-based composites or metals. To achieve this durability, porcelain is usually made from quartz sand mixed with a binder such as polyvinyl acetate (PVA). 

A porcelain-based composite is only slightly more prone to chipping and breaking than a hard glass, which is why it's more resistant to wear and tear. Porcelain veneers are usually used on the front of the mouth or inside the lips, in areas that would experience the most wear and tear, such as near the teeth.