Because the veneer placement procedure isn't invasive, many people are able to receive composite veneers or porcelain veneers.
There is a myth that veneers ruin teeth. However, the enamel removal for porcelain veneers or etching for composite veneers is very minor. Unless you have highly eroded tooth enamel, you may be a good candidate for dental veneers.
Both porcelain veneers and composite veneers are permanent; after they have been bonded, you cannot remove them. Veneers are a strong and highly durable solution, too, and last for many years with proper care. Porcelain veneers last longer than composite veneers. If veneers do chip, the veneer will need to be replaced or repaired.
Your cosmetic dentist will examine your teeth and assess whether you are a good candidate for dental veneers. Veneers are good for teeth whitening and hiding all but the most extreme stains. They can completely cover minor to moderate chips. They can camouflage poor alignment, including closing small gaps, or cover moderate misshapenness. A big advantage of veneers is that they can correct a few issues at the same time, making them suitable for a smile makeover. Again, your Toronto dentist will confirm whether veneers will address your specific concerns.