Enhanced Self-confidence in Young Adolescents with Direct Partial Composite Veneer: A Case Series

  • Revina Ester Iriani Marpaung
  • Adioro Soetojo
Keywords: self-confidence, adolescent, direct veneer


Dental esthetic problems in young adolescents such as undesirable tooth shape, color, size and position may affect psychosocial interaction and self-confidence of a person, thus the need for dental treatment. Recent composite resin materials offer a vast range of shades that perfectly emulate natural tooth. The aim of this procedure is to improve the appearance of the teeth using direct partial composite veneer due to its minimally invasive and time efficiency characteristics.