The start of the global phenomenon known as ‘Cosmetic’ Dentistry really began with the invention of the porcelain laminate veneer in the early 1980s.
This was a way to change the shape size and colour of a tooth or many teeth by placing a thin layer of hand crafted porcelain, on to the tooth, by bonding it directly to tooth structure. Dental veneers and tooth bonding both give your teeth a smooth, flawless appearance. They both cover stained, damaged teeth.
But they differ in several respects.
That means you have to weigh the pros and cons of each before deciding which is best for you.
Delicately thin shell, dental veneers are custom-crafted porcelain shells that fit over your teeth. They’re made to fit only you so they line up with your gumline comfortably and naturally. Veneers, by design, are made to replicate the fine translucency of real tooth enamel. This allows them to radically improve your smile’s appearance, but not in a way that looks fake or artificial.
One of the most fascinating things about veneers is how strong they are despite their thin design. In fact, veneers are strong enough to keep any damage on your tooth from getting worse, oftentimes for as much as a couple of decades!
The kind of surface flaws veneers hide are things like:
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