Dental veneers are thin, custom-made shells designed to cover the front surface of teeth to improve their appearance.

Veneers can fix a variety of dental issues, such as chipped, stained, or misaligned teeth, giving you a brighter, more uniform smile.

While veneers are durable and can last many years, they are not permanent and may need to be replaced eventually. Proper care can extend their lifespan.

Good candidates for veneers are those with healthy teeth and gums who want to correct cosmetic dental issues like discoloration, gaps, or minor misalignments.

The process involves an initial consultation, tooth preparation by removing a small amount of enamel, and then bonding the custom-made veneers to the teeth.

Caring for veneers involves regular brushing and flossing, avoiding hard foods that can chip them, and visiting your dentist for regular check-ups.

Benefits include a natural tooth appearance, stain resistance, and a significant improvement in the overall aesthetics of your smile.