Veneers are thin ceramic shells that hug the existing tooth to correct the appearance of teeth that are stained, cracked, chipped, improperly spaced, or misaligned.
First, the client comes in and has their teeth evaluated for the veneers. The traditional process takes up to two weeks to fabricate the veneers, and they are placed in a follow up visit. Temporary veneers can be placed during that gap.
Ask your dentist for more information about veneers and to learn how they work.