Veneers are small ceramic pieces that allow you to correct color, shape and position of the teeth. Ceramic is the material that best imitates tooth enamel. Because ceramic is a vitreous and inert material, this material has a long-lasting strength and durability, maintaining its shine and color.
Ceramic veneers are a minimally invasive treatment. The preparation of the teeth is carried out under a microscope so that there is total control of the tissue to wear.
Ceramic dental veneers are very thin prostheses that are glued in front of the teeth, previously worn, in order to provide them with a natural appearance.
Sometimes the treatment with dental veneers is preceded by the use of invisible braces to improve the positioning of the teeth in the dental arch and thus further reduce the level of tooth wear.
These “covers” work as an effective alternative to orthodontic treatments (braces), and are used to correct various situations such as:
- Broken or chipped teeth;
- Fractured teeth
- Stained teeth;
- Worn teeth;
- Uneven teeth;
- Misaligned teeth;
- Transparent teeth;
- Spaced Teeth (diastemas).