The process of getting veneers typically takes about three dental visits over the course of three weeks. These consist of the consultation, the evaluation of the teeth, and the placement.
Veneers are thin ceramic shells, oftentimes made of porcelain, that hug an existing tooth to correct their appearance. They can be used to cover stains, cracks, chips, or teeth that are poorly spaced or misaligned.
It typically takes two weeks for the fabrication, so during that period, temporary veneers can be placed. For more information on how veneers work and the benefits of getting them, talk to your dentist.