Recent technology in the field of dentistry has allowed for veneers to be extremely versatile, however there are limitations. For example, if your teeth are not aligned properly and or if there are large gaps, there might be other options better suited for you then such as porcelain crowns that cover the entire tooth.
Before we go to the final step and install the veneers, what needs to be done is to have a model of your mouth taken using wax veneers allowing a peek into what the future holds for you. Then when you find a look that suits you, your veneers are then sent to a laboratory where your permanents veneers are then going to be created and then eventually cemented onto your teeth.
Caring for you veneers is simple, brush and floss them every day. You still will need regular dental checkups to maintain your oral health.