What are veneers used for?
Veneers are widely used to treat the following types of oral conditions:
Discoloration:Teeth whitening is usually carried out through the use of a whitening gel. But, when the severity of staining is too bad, whitening doesn’t yield great results and would leave the teeth dull to a certain extent. Hence, bonding a veneer to the face of discolored teeth would be a great option to enhance their color and appearance.
Minor cracks: Minor cracks on the surface of damaged teeth can be gotten rid of using veneers. The ceramic structure would conceal the crack completely and prevent the entry of microbes into the root canal of the tooth. It also prevents the growth of the crack which would ultimately lead to tooth failure.
Chipping: Chipping of teeth can occur when the teeth take a hard blow or when you have a bad fall. A tooth or two may lose a certain edge due to the external trauma, thereby ruining the appearance of your smile. Veneers can be used to treat chipping and to restore the shape of misshapen teeth.