For deep, dark dental stains that are impervious to in-office whitening and over-the-counter products, veneers may be your best bet. This is especially true not only if your teeth are discolored, but if you have mild crowding, too, as veneers can address both concerns.
These stain-resistant, thin, porcelain shells are bonded to the front of your teeth to shield imperfections.
In order to adhere the veneers, your teeth will be etched with a mild acid solution to create a rough enough surface. Your veneers are then hardened with high-intensity light before being trimmed and finished.
Veneers are highly resistant to daily wear and tear, which makes them a long-lasting whitening solution-well over a decade. They can last even longer with meticulous at-home care.
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