There is ALMOST no such thing as reversible, non-permanent dental veneer. A Porcelain veneer is placed over the teeth to improve the appearance of the teeth. When the patient chooses veneers, it is for a variety of1
Dr. Hurley used porcelain veneers to shape, contour, and change the color of Cynthia's teeth. Dr. Hurley also lengthened and straightened Cynthia's teeth, widened her buccal corridor, and evened out tissue height.
Dr. Hurley used crowns and veneers to make Tim’s teeth whiter and more proportioned, both in position and shape.
Dr. Hurley evened Mary Ellen's gum tissue, tucked in her rotated teeth to follow the curve of the arch, and reshaped her teeth. She built out Mary Ellen's arch, changed the color of her teeth, and matched the length of her front teeth. Dr. Hurley built in translucency to Mary Ellen's porcelain veneers to give them a more natural appearance.
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