Like direct bonding, porcelain veneers can improve the esthetics of your smile. However, porcelain veneers tend to be much more durable, longer lasting, can be used to repair larger defects, and can improve your smile more dramatically.
Dental veneers are typically performed on teeth that are visible when you smile. These are your front teeth – typically from canine to canine.
The process involves preparing the teeth to be veneered and making a digital impression. You will leave with temporary veneers while your permanent veneers are being fabricated. On your next appointment (typically within 2 weeks), the permanent veneers with be evaluated for fit an esthetic before they are permanently placed on your prepared teeth.