Do you have spaces in between your teeth or have a chipped front tooth?


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If you don’t like your smile or you want a solution for your discolored teeth or smaller sized/maligned teeth? We can transform your smile with the help of Veneers. Veneer is a thin porcelain shell that covers the front of your natural tooth surface. It’s a simple procedure that is done in 2 visits. The 1st visit- we minimally prepare your teeth to fit the veneers. we then, make an impression of your teeth and provisionalize your teeth with temporary veneers. The dental laboratory fabricates your veneers within 10-14 business days.

On the 2nd visit- we cement your permanent veneers with the help of color matching resin cement.

The dentist will let you know what precautions to take while you have your Veneers. And how to Whiten rest of your teeth when you have Veneers or Porcelain crowns.