Before we get into the specifics about how porcelain veneers affect your teeth, we’re have thinking it would be helpful to help our patients understand exactly what porcelain veneers are 😉 Porcelain veneers are thin sheets of porcelain that we shape to go over the front of your teeth 😎 You can coloror shape the veneers as you wish 😉 These thin porcelain sheets can last up to ten years without needing to be replaced. Your smile will be beautiful every day for the years you own them! 
Porcelain veneers can give you the perfect smile if you’re familiar with their operation. Many of our patients are concerned about porcelain veneers causing damage to their teeth. The answer is yes! We’re going to talk about why in detail here, but if you have any questions about cosmetic dentistry or porcelain veneers, talk to our team! For more information about porcelain veneers, please call 1-877-LANE – DDS. Online appointments can be requested to speak with one of our cosmetic dental professionals and discuss your options. If you’re just looking for more information, read on about how porcelain veneers work and how they affect your teeth! 
Half a millimeter is taken from every tooth to prepare them for veneer adhesive. The veneer can fit comfortably in this space. An anesthetic is applied to the patient’s comfort before the enamel is taken out. The impression of the patient is taken in order to verify that veneers are created by the dental laboratory with the correct dimensions. Measurements and exact dimensions required for optimum fit. Temporary veneers can be placed while the custom-made veneers arrive at the dental laboratory. This process can take between 2 and 3 weeks. Last emended by Jessicah Blackman, Esfahan (Iran) 81 days ago 
Casey Rivera cites cosmopolitan.comAfter you’ve decided to make a veneer plan and determined how many, your dentist may ask you for more photographs, X-rays, molds, or molds. Next, your dentist will fit you for temporary veneers. You’ll wear the temporaries for 7-10 days to see how it looks in real life (Dr. Apa calls this a “trial smile”. After you have agreed on the look you desire, your dentist will send you a set of final molds to be duplicated by a ceramist. Once the porcelain veneers have been made, your dentist will fit them to your teeth to ensure they are a good match.