Veneers are thin shells, crafted from either Composite Resin or Ceramic, bonded to the tooth surface to enhance its appearance.


  • Composite Resin Veneers: Directly bonded to the tooth surface, minimizing tooth structure loss and correcting imperfections.
  • Porcelain Veneers: Require slight tooth preparation before custom-made ceramic shells are bonded to the teeth.
  • Detailed impressions are taken to ensure precise fabrication of the veneers.
  • Temporary veneers are placed during the interim period.
  • Ceramic veneers are permanently cemented during the second appointment and adjusted as needed.

Maintaining process

  • Daily flossing and brushing are vital for maintaining gum and tooth health and preventing decay.
  • Regular dental check-ups every six months are recommended to address any issues promptly.
  • Nighttime splints may be suggested by your dentist to protect the veneers while you sleep.

Possible Complications:

  • Chips or fractures are the primary concerns with veneers.
  • Composite Resin veneers can be easily repaired if minor chips occur.
  • Porcelain veneers may require replacement for larger chips or fractures, while smaller ones can sometimes be repaired with composite bonding.

Elevate your smile with veneers and unlock a new level of confidence. Consult with our dental experts to explore your veneer options today.

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