Marginal Discolouration With Dental Veneers
Porcelain veneers mimic the translucence of your dental enamel, meaning that the restoration should look seamless. There won't be any discernible difference between the porcelain shell of the veneer and the natural enamel on the tooth next to it. As the years go by, the veneer may become less natural in appearance, even though the porcelain has remained unblemished. What causes this? Resistance to Discolouration Compared to acrylic dental restorations, and even natural dental enamel, porcelain veneers will resist discolouration, making them the preferred form of cosmetic dentistry for covering flaws in the tooth's surface.