Veneers are traditionally fabricated out of porcelain in a dental laboratory. The device is permanently bonded over the front surface and biting edge of the tooth.
A veneer is an important tool in today’s choices for cosmetic restoration. Wear on the edges of front teeth can result in a prematurely aged appearance. When tooth alignment is a concern, a veneer may be an alternative to orthodontic treatment. In addition, this technique restores fractured or discolored teeth to create a smile makeover. Multiple veneers close spaces and lengthen teeth that have been shortened by wear. Also, the procedure is a method to fill the black triangles between teeth caused by gum recession and provide both uniform color and shape. The results are beautiful, natural looking, and long lasting teeth.