Veneers are still one of the most often used smile-enhancement procedures in dentistry today. Veneers are thin, sculpted pieces of porcelain that are specially produced to suit your tooth by a dental laboratory. They are attached to the front of the teeth to produce a stunning and appealing grin. Veneers may drastically transform your appearance and teeth. They may frequently be used as a substitute for crowns and are the best option for addressing a variety of dental problems. If you have one or more of the following smiling issues, you may benefit from dental veneers:
- Crooked teeth
- Misshapen teeth
- Severely discoloured or stained teeth
- Teeth that are too small or large
- To close spaces between teeth
- Worn or chipped teeth
Because the veneers are made in a dental laboratory, the procedure normally takes two sessions. The teeth are prepped, imprints are taken, and a temporary covering is applied at the initial consultation. The veneers are returned from the laboratory in two to three weeks, the temporaries are removed, and the veneers are cemented to the teeth. Veneers manufactured in the lab are generally composed of porcelain or pressed ceramic and are highly attractive.