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What are porcelain dental veneers?


Porcelain veneers are thin shells that cover the natural tooth, protecting it while also improving the appearance of your smile. If you are considering porcelain veneers, we recommend that you seek expert advice from your dentist.

Dental veneers are very thin shells that are glued to the front of your teeth to improve the appearance of your smile. They are commonly made of porcelain or resin. Dental veneers may be recommended by your dentist to treat a variety of smile flaws. Porcelain veneers are a terrific way to improve the appearance of your smile since the hue and translucence of porcelain closely resemble the natural appearance of tooth enamel. Porcelain is also stain-resistant, so your smile will last for many years. Resin veneers can also be customized to match the color of your natural teeth. You can have a gorgeous, natural-looking smile with dental veneers that you will be proud to show off.


If you want to improve the appearance of your smile, a dentist may recommend dental veneers. Veneers can be used to cover a single tooth or your complete smile. Veneers may be recommended for:

Fill up any gaps or huge areas between your teeth.
Teeth that are significantly stained or discoloured might be whitened.
Improve the appearance of teeth with irregular shapes.
Teeth that are slightly crooked can be straightened.
Teeth that have been broken, chipped or worn, can be restored.

Note: Dental veneers (also termed porcelain veneers or dental porcelain laminates) are wafer-thin, tooth-coloured shells meant to cover the front surface of teeth to improve their appearance. These shells are glued to the front surfaces of the teeth to alter their color, shape, size, and length. 

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