Am I a candidate for veneers?
Veneers can improve the color, shape, and function of chipped, worn, and crooked teeth by bonding a thin layer of porcelain to the front of the teeth. They can also fill in gaps between teeth.
In order for veneers to be successful, your teeth must be free of cavities and gum disease. Veneers are not as strong as your natural teeth, so if you tend to grind or clench your teeth, you may not be an ideal candidate for veneers.