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A veneer is a thin covering that is placed over the front of a tooth, changing the color and shape to help create a beautiful smile.

There are two main types of veneers:

Porcelain veneers are created in dental labs and usually require two appointments. On the first appointment, we prepare your teeth for the veneers, take an impression of your teeth, and send it to the dental lab. The lab will then fabricate natural-looking veneers, which we will permanently cement onto your teeth on the second appointment, helping you achieve the smile you want.

Composite veneers
can be created and placed directly on your teeth in a single procedure, often referred to as bonding. Composite veneers are made out of composite resin, a synthetic polymer that has a consistency similar to putty. After preparing the teeth, we will add the composite resin using a bonding agent, shape it, and cure it with a bright light to solidify it. The resin is then polished to a beautiful luster.