What is a Veener
A veneer is a thin layer of material placed on top of your existing tooth, in a similar fashion to a fake nail.
Why would I get a veneer?
Veneers can be used to improve the shape of your teeth, their colour, positioning, closing small gaps and more. It should be noted that if you intend to get veneers, you should whiten your entire smile first, and match the veneers to your new bright smile.
How long will it last?
There is no time limit on a veneer, but like all teeth, it can break or be chipped over time. Ask the dentist about any concerns you may have.
Process for veneers
A veneer will generally be fitted over two visits. The first visit will prepare the tooth/teeth for the veneer and ensure the correct colour is used just for you. On the second visit, the dentist will show you the veneer in place before attaching it to ensure you’re happy.