Veneers are a thin ceramic shell that is custom molded and attached to your existing tooth structure.
Veneers can fix a number of tooth issues, including staining and discoloration, cracked, misaligned or chipped teeth, or spaces and gaps between teeth.
Applying veneers is a process that will take two or three visits to your dentist. The first visit is a discussion between the dentist and the patient that will determine the shape and look of the veneers. Once a plan is in place, the teeth will be carefully prepared for the veneers. An impression is taken of the existing teeth and the impression is then sent to our laboratory for fabrication.
The fabrication process takes about two weeks. While the veneer is being prepared, you will be given a temporary veneer to wear. When the new veneer is ready, it will be bonded in place to ensure you have a bright, new smile for years to come.