Replacement Porcelain Veneers

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This patient had veneers done when she was very young, by a relative that was a dentist. Over a period of about 20 years the veneers started to get gum recession and she developed decay under them. The porcelain veneers then began to chip and break off. We replaced these old veneers with a newer type of veneer that closed the gap at the gum tissue and created a very natural result for her.