What Are Veneers?
Did you know…
Veneers can also be made of composite resin.
How It Works: The Veneer Placement Process
Who Is a Good Candidate for Veneers?
The most common issue that patients face is tooth discoloration from years of consuming staining foods and drinks or smoking. A veneer is a tooth-colored cover that is opaque enough to cover up severe stains.
Another common imperfection is small chips, cracks, or eroded enamel. When damage is severe, you will need a dental crown. However, if the damage is mostly a cosmetic issue, veneers not only cover this up but also strengthen the tooth.
Oddly Shaped & Sized Teeth
Many of us have at least one or a few teeth that we don’t like the look of. Maybe you have teeth that are too small, sharp, short, or jagged. Whatever your reason is, veneers will transform your odd-looking teeth into whatever aesthetic you’ve always wanted.
Minor Orthodontic Problems
Severely crooked teeth and misaligned bites require orthodontic treatment to fix. However, if you have some small gaps you want to close, slightly crooked teeth, or one tooth that is disrupting your tooth alignment, you can save thousands on orthodontic treatment by covering this up with veneers which will create the illusion of perfectly straight teeth.
Did you know…
Lumineers are a type of no-prep veneers that are reversible.