For people who suffer from chipped, cracked or filled teeth, veneers are a fantastic option for restoring strength and colour. They can also be applied to teeth after root canal treatment.
Other people also opt to use veneers for aesthetic purposes as it’s now possible to choose from a huge range of shades to perfectly match the natural teeth.
Made from porcelain or ceramic, veneers must be bonded to the teeth and usually require a few trips to the dentist to complete treatment.
When Is a Veneer Needed?
Veneers can be used to improve the colour, position, and feel of teeth. Thin veneers often solve the problems of chipped, cracked or discoloured teeth, but not extensively chipped tooth corners.
They can also be used instead of reatainers or braces to close small gaps between teeth quickly, easily, and less expensively.
Veneers can be a great option when gaps, crookendess, discolouration, chips and breaks cause confidence to bomb.