Veneers are a thin layer of porcealin that covers the tooth. A veneer may cover just the front of a tooth or cover a tooth in its entirety (a 360 degree veneer). Veneers may correct issues such as staining, cracked or broken teeth, spaces, and misaligned teeth. Veneers may be fabricated in house with E4D technology or in a dental laboratory.
Veneers are less invasive than full crowns in that the tooth preparation is generally minimal and sometimes eliminated altogether. Veneers are generally superior to bonding in that they are stronger, more esthetic, and they retain their surface glaze better.