Dental veneers also referred to sometimes as porcelain veneers or dental porcelain laminates are wafer-thin like, bespoke shells of tooth-colored materials that have been designed to serve as a cover for the front surface of the teeth in order to enhance facial appearance. Usually bonded to the front of teeth, these shells have the ability to change teeth shape, size, color, or length and have become one of the most effective and popular innovations in cosmetic surgery today. Dental veneers can be made from different materials which are inclusive of porcelain and also resin composite materials. Veneers produced with porcelain materials will usually resist stains better than resin composite veneers. Also, porcelain veneers give off a better mimicry of the light reflecting properties of natural teeth than resin composite veneers.
Because of their aesthetic appeal, veneers can be employed to fix a range of teeth problems. Some of these include: