Dental Veneers


Dental Veneers are thin shells that are placed over the front of teeth to improve their appearance and to protect them from any further damage and create a beautiful smile.  In this procedure, a small amount of tooth enamel is removed and the veneer is placed on it. The tooth-colored shells bond to your teeth and change their length, size, shape, color, and function.

Veneers are a cosmetic dental treatment because it is an elective procedure and is done for aesthetic reasons. They are otherwise known as a “smile makeover.”

Types of dental veneers

Veneers are mainly of two types:

1.Porcelain veneers

2. Composite or resin veneers

Porcelain veneers are actually white, semitransparent ceramic material. They are strong, durable, and have better stain resistance as compared to composite veneers. They are used to improve the shape, size, color, and position of the natural dentition.

Composite veneers are thinner as compared to porcelain veneers, thereby requiring a little layer of enamel to be removed. It is inexpensive compared to fixing porcelain veneers. They are used to make lighter modifications to the teeth.

Advantages of dental veneers

  • Minimally invasive
  • Enhanced oral appearance
  • Improved smile and other facial features
  • Close to natural teeth color
  • Well-integration with gum tissues

Types of dental problems solved by dental veneers

  • Teeth that are stained/discolored
  • Teeth with small cracks and breaks
  • Teeth with tear and wear
  • Teeth with uneven gap/space between each other
  • Teeth with uneven shape or misalignment
  • Modify the size and shape of teeth

Right candidacy for dental veneers

Whether are you the right candidate for this treatment or not will be decided by your dentist. Consult your dentist, discuss the various options available for cosmetic dental treatment, and choose the best one for you will be the sequence of treatment. Contact us and our experts at Shubham dental clinic in Hisar will inform you and help you decide which veneers are best for you. We look forward to seeing you.