Veneers are basically used for the following problems
Spaces between the Teeth (Diastemas).
Broken or Chipped Teeth.
Unsightly, Stained or Washed Out Fillings.
Permanently Stained or Discolored Teeth.
Mis-Shapen or Crooked Teeth.
Whiten Dark Yellow or Stained Teeth.
In addition to being esthetically pleasing, dental veneers can also serve a functional purpose by protecting the surface of a damaged tooth. In some cases, veneers may replace the need for a dental crown, eliminating the need for more invasive tooth preparation.
Veneer is a thin layer of restorative material placed over a tooth surface, either to improve the aesthetics of a tooth, or to protect a damaged tooth surface. There are two types of material used in a veneer, composite and porcelain. Composite veneers are becoming more popular as they are easy to repair, whereas porcelain veneers have a tendency to fracture.