Dental Veneers – A Simple Way To Improve Your Smile
Veneers are thin layers of porcelain or resin composite material than bonded to teeth to either to improve the aesthetics of the tooth or to protect its surface from damage.
Common uses for veneers include for teeth that are:
Discolored as a result of root canal treatment; stains from various drugs, excessive fluoride or other causes. They can also be used when large resin fillings have discolored the tooth.
Worn down and have lost their strength.
Chipped or broken.
Irregular in shape (for example, have craters or bulges in them).
Uneven with gaps between them.
There are two types of veneers, resin composite and porcelain.
Composite Veneers are more economical and quicker to apply, and procelain veneers are more durable and resistant to stains or cracking.
Every patient’s needs are different and we will examine your teeth and discuss the best options for you to improve your smile and protect your teeth.