Interested In Veneers
Veneers are small laminates usually about 0.5-1mm mm in thickness. They are applied to the front surface of the teeth and fixed with a special dental adhesive.
The placement of veneers on the front teeth can be an excellent choice in eliminating darkening due to root canal treatment. They even allow you to slightly correct the shape of the teeth if the patient does not have problems with their bite. Veneers can close the gap between teeth and make narrow and short teeth appear larger. Veneers can also change the shade due to tetracycline, staining and the consequences of fluorosis, which cannot be whitened.
The options available today, are either:
Ceramic veneers or
They both differ in material and in the method of manufacturing the structure. See if you are a candidate for either of these procedures.