Veneers constitute ultra-thin porcelain laminates that are bonded directly to the vestibular (front) surfaces of teeth. This method improves aesthetics and gives a natural beauty to the smile.

Veneers are used in cosmetic procedures to correct discolouration, chipped teeth, imperfections in teeth shape, etc

Porcelain veneers are extremely effective in reproducing the look of natural teeth. The advantage of porcelain over the materials used for bonding restoration is its glass-like structure, i.e. it is transparent to a certain extent, which means that a ceramic veneer stuck to a tooth has the natural light transmittance of enamel.

Porcelain veneers are discolouration-resistant and do not change their optical properties over time. Their durability is much higher compared to composite veneers.