In order to mount your new porcelain veneers, your Peoria dentist will first need to remove a small amount of your natural enamel, and then will take a mold of your teeth that will be sent to a lab for fabrication. After your custom-made veneer is completed, your dentist will ensure a proper fit and color match, then bond it permanently to your tooth.
Veneer restorations are an excellent way to cover imperfections and discoloration of your visible teeth due to trauma, diet, prior dental work, or genetic misalignments. They can be made to change the shape, color, and size of your teeth, without needing anesthesia or a time-intensive treatment plan. They also can prevent future issues by protecting your natural teeth, and due to their ability to resist staining from common culprits such as tea, coffee, and smoking.