What is dental veneer?
Dental veneers are tooth-colored shells that are used to overlay the front surfaces of teeth and enhance its appearance. They are attached to the tooth in order to alter the shape, color, size, or even length of the tooth.
Veneers are extremely thin and may be customized to fit your teeth for maximum comfort. They provide your teeth a realistic appearance while still enhancing the characteristics you want, making them an excellent choice for individuals who want a specific look.

The main type of dental veneers used in our clinic include:
Porcelain veneers: They are a thin coating of porcelain material that attaches to the tooth’s surface. They are the most esthetic and natural-looking veneers available. As a result, they are frequently used in cosmetic dentistry.

How does the dentist place the veneer on?
Conventional dental veneers require grinding off the tooth structure and, in some cases, even eliminating part of the tooth beyond the enamel. This enables correct positioning.

Why would I need dental veneers?
Veneers can be used to fix minor aesthetic issues in your smile, but they can potentially be utilized for more specific goals.

Some of the causes you might want to think about them are:
-Changing the color of your teeth
-Reducing the gap between the teeth
-Teeth that have become weaker
-Fixing a damaged, uneven tooth

Does dental veneer hurt?
There is no pain in the gums or soft tissue at any step in the veneer procedure. However, there should be no irritation in the gums or soft tissue. To avoid contamination, like with any dental treatment, you must take proper care of your teeth and gums. Before, after, and during the veneer operation, you must follow the dentist’s instructions.

How should I take care of my dental veneers?
To make your dental veneers last as long as possible, you must brush and floss on a regular basis. When brushing, pay extra attention to your veneers and the teeth around it. If you’re an athlete, wear a mouthguard to protect your teeth to lower your risk of damage.

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