Veneers are a thin custom layer shell fabricated to cover the facial or front side of your tooth. Veneers can change the color, length, shape, and size of your teeth. Improving the look of your teeth. There is two options for veneers porcelain or composite veneers. Composite veneers can be fabricated in office. Porcelain veneers will usually be sent to a lab for fabrication. Veneers are usually diagnose on teeth that have lost color, chipped teeth, teeth that have gaps between them, or some misaligned teeth. Veneers are considered cosmetic treatment, because in some cases it just improves the aesthetics of a tooth. The treatment for veneers is similar to a preparation of a crown, the only difference is the amount of tooth that is being shaved is less. The small amount of shaving of the tooth is necessary this creates retention for the permanent veneer to sit. After the preparation a final impression will be taken to fabricate the veneer. Then they will fabricated a temporary veneer or fabricated your composite veneer. The temporary veneer can fall off due to that is cemented with a temporary crown, if this is the case it is very important to return to your treating dentist to fabricate a new temporary crown. It is recommended to return to your dentist as soon as possible because you may experience sensitivity or the final veneer will not fit correctly. After the veneer is cemented your dentist may recommend you to avoid food or drinks that stain teeth such as coffee, teas, or carbonated drinks. There is other alternatives to dental veneers, such as a crown or regular dental fillings.Some veneers may fracture or fall it is important to have regular dental check up’s to make sure the veneers are functioning properly.