Ceramic Veneers are custom-made, durable shells that are affixed directly on your tooth to make your teeth look natural. Most of the time, this procedure can be done without an anesthetic. The dentist removes a small amount of enamel from the front and sides of the tooth, which makes room for the veneer. It also prevents the restored tooth from feeling or looking bulky or unnatural. Tooth impressions are taken and sent to a dental lab. The lab then crafts your custom ceramic veneers. On your second appointment, the final veneers are bonded to your teeth, producing a natural, pleasing smile.
Veneers can reshape small, crooked or misshapen teeth and close unwanted gaps between teeth. They can cosmetically create a straight white smile by covering up severely discolored or stained teeth. Veneers can often be alternatives to crowns, and they can restore worn or chipped teeth.