Direct tooth bonding can also be used to quickly and affordably fill in small gaps and repair chips in teeth using composite materials that are tooth-colored. These are highly esthetic resins that adhere to teeth. They are a quick fix, but are comparatively less durable.
Porcelain veneers can correct a variety of cosmetic flaws. Custom-made to fit your dental anatomy, the cosmetic dentist needs to shape the natural teeth in order to prepare them for the veneer. This makes the surfaces of your teeth rougher and aids in their retention.
No-prep or minimal-prep veneers, also known as Lumineers, are a less invasive alternative to conventional porcelain veneers. They require less enamel removal than traditional veneers.
Ask your dentist if you qualify for no-prep veneers; not everyone is a good candidate. They can make the teeth look bulkier.
Removable veneers, also known as pop-on or snap-on veneers, are quick and simple to apply. Removable veneers can be removed at any time, just like retainers. Removable veneers are purely aesthetic. Since they are not attached, biting on hard crunchy food can dislodge them.