When it comes to veneers, the potential for them to last a lifetime is there. Even if your sheet metal is damaged or worn out, it can be replaced. Depending on the patient's needs and budget, they can opt for a single-tooth veneer, a partial veneer that covers only part of the tooth, or a full dental veneer that covers the entire front of the tooth. For those with healthy gums and good oral hygiene, they are usually good candidates for veneers.
However, it is important to visit an office that specializes in cosmetic dentistry and discuss your individual risks and benefits with your dentist.