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Veneers, also referred to as dental laminates, are thin shells typically made of porcelain or composite resin that are custom-made to cover the front surface of teeth. Veneers are used to improve the appearance of teeth by changing their color, shape, size, or length. They are bonded to the front of teeth to enhance aesthetics, such as correcting discoloration, gaps, chips, or misalignments.

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Individuals may consider veneers when they have teeth that are stained, worn, slightly chipped, or misaligned, or when there are gaps between teeth that they wish to close.

The process of applying veneers begins with the dentist removing a small amount of enamel from the tooth surface to accommodate the shell. An impression of the tooth is then taken and sent to a dental lab where the veneer is custom-made to fit the tooth and match the color of the surrounding teeth. Once ready, the veneer is carefully bonded to the tooth using a special adhesive.

Veneers serve not only to enhance the visual appeal of teeth but also to provide a protective layer, contributing to improved dental function and resilience against further damage.

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Veneers provide a protective layer over teeth, which can help shield the enamel from further damage due to decay or erosion. They can also help to improve bite issues and protect against tooth sensitivity. From an aesthetic standpoint, veneers are primarily used to improve the appearance of teeth by correcting issues such as discoloration, chips, gaps, or misalignment. They offer a way to achieve a uniform, white smile.

Made from materials like porcelain or composite resin, veneers are durable and can last many years with proper care.




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