A veneer is thin shell, wafer-thin (approx. 0,5 mm) of porcelain or composite that is bonded to tooth to improve its color and shape. They can be used to close spaces between teeth, lengthen small or misshapen teeth, or whiten stained or dark teeth, protect teeth from damage. They are fixed permanently to the tooth’s front surface using a special adhesive method. The porcelain facing covers the visible surface of the tooth completely. The chemical bond between porcelain and enamel creates a translucent, tooth-shaded unit with perfect natural aesthetics. Even a dentist can have difficulty telling veneered teeth from untreated ones.
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