What Are Veneers?

Veneers are extremely thin laboratory made slithers that are bonded onto the front surfaces of teeth
 to produce cosmetic improvements. They are used on teeth that are discoloured, worn, chipped, misshaped or misaligned.

Porcelain Veneers are made from ceramic materials, which will not stain and can capture and reflect light, giving a very natural appearance. Veneers offer an excellent cosmetic option for patients who either want a more natural smile or one that is whiter than can be achieved with whitening. The procedure generally takes two dental visits, approximately two weeks apart. The first visit is for any necessary preparation of the teeth, impressions taking and shade selection; whilst the second is for
the permanent fixing of the veneers.

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