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Dental Veneers

Dental Veneer is a thin layer of restorative material which is placed over a tooth surface, to protect a damaged tooth surface or to improve the aesthetics of a tooth. For this, two main types of materials are used which includes composite and porcelain. A composite veneer can be placed directly or it is indirectly fabricated by a dentist, which is later bonded to the tooth with the help of resin cement. On the other hand, a porcelain veneer can only be fabricated indirectly.

Dental veneers come under the umbrella of cosmetic dentistry as it can result into a sparkling white smile with teeth beautifully shaped and aligned.

Dental Veneers have can solve many cosmetic dental problems, including genetic predisposition, wear and tear of the teeth, incorrect spacing of teeth and uneven teeth which might be a result of tooth grinding or basic wear and tear.

Dental Veneers serve as an inexpensive and effective restoration treatment for small chips, cracks in the teeth and has the potential to protecting the surface of a damaged tooth/teeth.

Dental Veneers costs vary drastically, across the globe. The cost depends on various factors such as the experience and the skill of the cosmetic dentist, the location of the treatment, the material used for veneers and the number of teeth involved in the treatment.

Dental Veneers procedure can be completed in two dental visits which is generally extended up to a duration of six-weeks.

How is Procelain Veneer Placed

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Procelain Veneer Step 1

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Procelain Veneer Step 2

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Procelain Veneer Step 3

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Procelain Veneer Step 4

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Procelain Veneer Step 5