Veneers are a thin layer of material placed over your teeth to improve the appearance of a tooth that is chipped, worn, discolored, or proportionally imbalanced or asymmetrical with the rest of your teeth.
How do veneers work?
A wafer-thin material (typically made of ceramic or composite resin) that is affixed directly to the front of the tooth, veneers are a customized solution that restore the appearance of your teeth back to a natural brilliance. The application process requires little to no anesthesia. Better yet, once your veneers have been applied, they have a reputation for excellent longevity.
Teeth can be damaged for many different reasons. In many cases, a crown may be considered an option. However, veneers can be a sensible, more aesthetic alternative to a crown. The experts at South University Dental can answer any questions you may have, as well as provide professional treatment when it comes to the implementation of veneers.