Damaged Tooth Surface

Veneers are thin layers of dental tooth coloured materials such as ceramic or composite that can be placed over a damaged tooth surface to improve the aesthetics of the tooth and/or to protect the remaining tooth surface. Composite veneers may be built up directly in the mouth or indirectly fabricated in the dental laboratory. Ceramic veneers are custom fabricated in the laboratory and bonded onto the tooth surfaces.
Picture showing central Incisors with enamal defects

Picture showing central Incisors with enamal defects

This upper right peg shape lateral incisor can be restored simply with composite veneers or porcelain veneers.

This upper right peg shape lateral incisor can be restored simply with composite veneers or porcelain veneers.

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