In just two or three dental visits, a veneer can reverse years of stains caused
by foods, caffeine and tobacco use.
Special thin laminates, called veneers, can often be used to correct discolored,
worn down, cracked and chipped teeth. Veneers can also be used to close unsightly
gaps between teeth.
An impression of the tooth must be made and a veneer molded by a lab technician.
Because veneers require a small amount of enamel to be removed, they are permanent
The process involves buffing the tooth, removing an extremely thin layer of the
tooth to allow for the thickness of the veneer, an impression of the tooth, and
final bonding of the veneer to the tooth with special cement. A special light is
used to complete the process.