Yes. During your first appointment, we’ll assess your teeth and develop a treatment plan. At your second visit, we’ll buff your teeth, so they are a good service for the veneer
During your third visit, we’ll shape fit, and permanently bond the veneer to your natural tooth. Many dentists also schedule a follow-up appointment about two weeks after the veneers are attached to check for any problems.
Veneers are made from resin composite or porcelain. Composite veneers are bonded and sculpted directly to your teeth.
First, we make a mold of your existing teeth. We send the mold to a dental lab, where each veneer is created separately.
The porcelain veneer must then be placed, checked for fit and color, and adjusted as necessary. We clean the tooth with special chemicals before the veneer is permanently cemented in place. A special light beam hardens the cement.