Veneers refer to thin layers of restorative materials usually bonded over the surface of the teeth with a goal of providing protection to the damaged teeth or enhancing the appearance of your teeth. Veneers are categorized into two main groups based on the sort of substance used i.e. composite veneers and porcelain veneers.
Porcelain veneers also known as dental porcelain laminates or dental veneers are thin porcelain wafers normally having a thickness of half a millimeter being fixed on the teeth front with a goal of making a smile makeover thus making a gorgeous outcome.
Ordinarily, these veneers mimic teeth constructions better compared to other restorative materials because of being tough, capable of resisting wear and capable of lasting for quite a long time period. Largely, porcelain veneers are used by dentist for a way of earning cosmetic changes for a variety of teeth problems.
Composite veneers also known as dental composite resins are forms of synthetic resins used as restorative adhesives or substances. These kinds of veneers are distinguished by easy to control, insoluble, conducive to aesthetic and dehydration.
Veneers are used to cater for numerous teeth flaws like restoration of cracked or worn teeth. They can also be used for jagged teeth especially if a person has tetracycline teeth stains since the dentist is capable of changing the teeth shapes in addition to controlling their precise shades.