Veneers are an ultra-thin, tooth-coloured shell that a cosmetic dentist can use to give your teeth a whole new appearance, masking damage, discoloration and other imperfections. These veneers, which are no thicker than a fingernail, are usually made from porcelain, but can also be made from a quartz-reinforced composite resin.

The process of having veneers made and placed takes place over two sessions. During the first session, your dentist will shape any chips or crooked edges in the teeth, as well as removing a small amount of enamel to allow space for the veneers. In the second session, your new veneers will be fitted one by one, using a composite resin cement to permanently bond them to the front of your teeth, and the dentist will subtly reshape the new veneers as needed.

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