Ceramic and composite veneers

Veneers are thin shells of either ceramic or composite that are permanently attached to the teeth, closure of the diastema and interdental space, loss of tooth enamel caused by abrasion or erosion, restoration of tooth shade, etc.

The main advantage of veneers is that they offer satisfactory esthetical results which can be achieved through minimal removal of teeth substance from their frontal surface. Getting composite veneers usually requires only one visit to the dentist while the ceramic veneers involves at least two visits because the part of their making process is performed in a dental laboratory.