An indirect veneer is made in a dental laboratory and is generally constructed from porcelain.Indirect veneers usually require two appointments. The first is when the preparation and impressions are done; the second is when the veneer is fitted.They are more expensive as compared to direct veneers and their life is also more as compared to direct veneers.

Both types of veneer usually involve some reduction being made in the enamel surface of the tooth in order to create room for them.

Veneers can greatly improve the appearance of a person’s teeth, making them more uniform, changing their colour and size. However they do generally require tooth preparation meaning that they are not a reversible procedure. Ceramic Veneers are thin Porcelain facings that are bonded to the teeth to improve appearance. Porcelain laminate veneers (Ceramic veneers) can correct imperfections (chips, cracks, gaps, misalignments and discolorations in the front teeth) to help you achieve a magnificent, durable and long lasting smile.In some cases it can even protect the teeth from tear and wear. It is an attractive option for people who are not interested in orthodontic braces to straighten teeth.

The whole procedure can be completed in 2 dental visits during one week and produce ultimate durable aesthetics.

Ceramic Veneers are very thin, custom made shells crafted of tooth colored materials designed to cover the front side of the teeth.

Veneers help people accomplish a healthy, natural looking and beautiful smile with little or no discomfort