How are veneers fixed to your mouth?
Your dentists will remove a micro amount of enamel, 0.5 millimeters to be exact for your natural tooth to be replaced with a veneer. An impression of your tooth will be made in the laboratory to create the permanent veneer.
Patients can choose the shade and tone of the veneer to match the rest of your teeth. Your dentist may decide to use different shades for different portions. A temporary veneer may be placed until the permanent veneer is ready. This gives the patient a feel of what it is like to have a veneer attached to your tooth. Once it is ready, our dental specialist will evaluate how to place the veneer. We will inspect it, trim it, remove it and repeat the process until both you and the dental specialist are satisfied with it. Thereafter, we will bond the veneer to your tooth with permanent cement.
Veneers are long lasting and offer our patients the healthy and stunning smile you’ve always wanted. We guarantee dental veneers look as natural as your original teeth.