Veneers are ceramic "laminates" placed on the front surface of the teeth to obtain a lighter color, to close spaces or repaired chipped or "spent" teeth. Veneers are thin and as a partial crown cover only the visible part of the tooth. They are mainly done for front teeth, and are made in a dental laboratory.
Ceramics as a material can achieve excellent aesthetics, and with the development of technology all the thinner laminates are produced. When veneers are placed on the tooth, it does not look "thicker". Veneers can be optimally adapted to the individual color, shape and surface of the tooth. Their advantage is that they can easily cover deformations and discolorations of teeth and they require less grinding of the natural tooth.