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What Are Composite Veneers?

Composite veneers are used to replace missing teeth and to help improve the appearance of natural teeth. They're placed over the surface of a tooth, rather than becoming part of the tooth itself. This treatment can be used for single or multiple teeth, depending on your needs and what's best for you. Look at this site for more information about Composite veneers.

In fact, it may be possible to have composite veneers installed on both upper and lower jaws at the same time. This is especially beneficial if several teeth are lacking in one area or another. You may also see composite veneers used in situations where one or more teeth is crooked or misaligned, without causing any damage to surrounding healthy teeth. 

Composite veneers are a type of dental restoration that come in many different names, including: 

  • Porcelain-fiber-reinforced composite veneers

  • Fused calcium sodium phosphate (FCSP) veneers

  • Gel-Ebony Bonded Composite Veneers

  • Microblading

  • Vinyl composite veneers.

Composite veneers are dental restorations that are made up of two or more materials, such as porcelain and metal, bonded together to create a new tooth. The new tooth is then sealed with a transparent resin, which gives it the appearance of natural teeth. 

They can also be used to correct minor misalignments in teeth, called smile lines. There are many types of composite veneers available on the market today, each with its own unique benefits.