Dental Veneers

Composite Veneers are made of the tooth-colored resin material that can be directly bonded to your teeth. A layer of composite can be used to cover the surface of the front teeth in order to change the shape, size, contour and often the shade of the front teeth. This material can also be used to fill in gaps between teeth. There is very little, if any, drilling on the tooth surface with this procedure. Composite veneers cost significantly less than porcelain veneers and can be done in one visit. Pros and cons of each type of veneer can be discussed in detail at your appointment, so that you best get what you desire.

Porcelain Veneers are thin, custom made porcelain shells made by a dental lab. They are bonded onto the front of a tooth in order to change the color, shape, or size of your natural tooth. The advantage of veneers is that less tooth structure needs to be taken away to place a veneer.