We introduced veneers in the March Newsletter, explaining the difference between laboratory fabricated porcelain veneers and chairside composite veneers. Here's a beautiful example of a composite veneer case Dr. Gil completed last month.
This work was done in a single morning visit after a consultation, and was performed comfortably without the use of any anesthetic. The patient was able to follow along during treatment and provide feedback regarding aesthetic desires in real time. The goal was to provide a bright, clean finish to the appearance of the upper front teeth, improving color and contour, while maintaining their fundamentally natural characteristics.
If you've been considering enhancing your smile, ask us at your next appointment if bonded veneers are an acceptable treatment option for you!