What are Veneers

Veneers are ultra thin ceramics that are bonded to the teeth. The results look and feel like natural teeth, and the resilience and strength of the veneers is similar to normal tooth enamel.

There are many dental issues that can be corrected with veneers. Certain medications, foods, or beverages can stain enamel. If bleaching does not give you your desired results, veneers are a great alternative solution.

Many patients are not happy with the size or shape of their teeth. If you are not happy with that small gap between teeth, this can be eliminated. Veneers can be used to cover minor chips or cracks in the natural teeth.

Veneers can also straighten crooked teeth without having to wear braces. Of course, this has to be evaluated by your dentist, to see if you are a candidate for this procedure.

Veneers are used to take years off of your smile by concealing damaged and stained teeth. The porcelain used today reflects light so they look almost identical to your natural teeth.

Studies have shown the first thing people look at is your smile. Veneers can give you back your self-confidence you might have lost due to damaged and stained teeth and more importantly restore your overall dental health.