Dental Inlays and Veneers

Dental inlays also called “veneers” are dentistry procedures addressed to “hide” some part of the visible surface of the front of the teeth when one need to correct cosmetic or pathological problems of the teeth caused by for example a decay dental, fractures, old restorations, changes of color of the teeth or just shape dental anomalies.

These veneers are made by a technology called CAD/CAM (stands for Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Manufacturing) and it is used for dental technology to create porcelain dental restorations or any other types of dental fixtures that requires the highest cosmetic perfection.