Veneers are thin, custom-made shells that are designed to cover the front side of your teeth.
Veneers are made from composite resins, acrylic material, or porcelain.
Placing veneers is often an irreversible process because a small amount of enamel is usually removed to accommodate the thickness of the veneer.
An anesthetic may be required, depending upon the way the tooth is being prepared. The procedure requires just a few appointments.
Like any restoration, it is possible over time the veneer to wear or chip off. In these cases, a new veneer may be required in the future.