Veneers are very thin shells made of porcelain that are placed over teeth that are cracked, chipped, discolored or too far apart. As with bonding, the dentist uses a veneer that exactly matches the color of the patient’s natural teeth. They also need to etch the surface of the tooth, attach the veneer with dental cement, cure it with a special light and adjust it. The difference is the dentist makes an impression of the patient’s tooth, and the veneer needs to be specially made at a dental lab. This means the patient needs to make at least two trips to the dentist’s office.

If you are interested in getting veneers in Castle Rock, call our office today to schedule your consultation.