While other types of veneers can require multiple visits to the dentist and usually involve some drilling or reshaping of existing teeth, composites usually require little to no reduction of the surface enamel during the treatment process. The composite material is usually applied to the outer surface of the tooth and molded into shape by your dentist, making it a fairly quick but effective treatment.
Although composite veneers generally don’t last as long as porcelain veneers and don’t have quite the same transformative impact, they offer an affordable and convenient option that requires a far smaller investment of time and money. Composite resin veneers are a particularly effective option for fixing minor cosmetic damage and correcting irregularities in the size and shape of your teeth.
Ask our dentist at Michigan Smile Team about composite veneers to enhance your smile. Call Michigan Smile Team at (586)979-3451 or make an appointment.