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Veneers are a cosmetic dental procedure that involves placing custom-made shells made of porcelain or composite resin over the front surface of the teeth to improve their appearance. The process of getting veneers typically starts with a consultation with a dentist to determine the patient's goals for treatment and assess whether they are a good candidate for veneers.

If veneers are deemed appropriate, the dentist will prepare the teeth by removing a small amount of the tooth enamel, usually less than a millimeter, to make room for the veneers. The dentist will then take impressions of the teeth, which are sent to a dental lab where the veneers are custom-made to fit the patient's teeth. In some cases, the dentist may use digital imaging technology to create a virtual mock-up of the patient's smile, which can help them visualize the final results of their treatment.

Once the veneers are ready, the dentist will place them on the teeth using a special dental adhesive. The veneers are carefully positioned and bonded to the teeth, and any excess material is removed. The dentist will then make any final adjustments to ensure a comfortable fit and natural-looking result.

Veneers can be a good option for patients who want to correct cosmetic issues with their teeth, such as discoloration, chips, or gaps. With proper care, veneers can last for many years, providing patients with a durable and natural-looking solution for enhancing their smile.

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