Porcelain veneers are typically bonded to teeth using a special cement that keeps them firmly in place for up to 30 years or more with the right care.
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The Bonding Process
Veneers are bonded to teeth using a cementation technique that secures the porcelain firmly to the tooth and often requires little anaesthetic.
“Cementation” simply means sticking the porcelain to the tooth using agents with powerful adhesive properties.
Composite veneers, on the other hand, are not bonded to teeth, but directly sculpted layer by layer then hardened by a special curing light.
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