The e.max pressed ceramic veneer is a thin layer that is used to cover the front of the tooth to correct aesthetic deficiencies: this procedure is used for discoloured, slightly irregular or too small teeth, even for smaller gaps. This material can best imitate the appearance of natural enamel. In addition, it is more resistant to various stress effects than the so-called direct veneers.
Of course, the e.max pressed ceramic veneer fits into the denture, creates an absolutely realistic effect, and offers a quick solution to cover a myriad of aesthetic problems. As mentioned, it allows you to change the shape, size, length, and colour of your tooth.
If there is enough tooth enamel to properly secure the veneer and there is no significant difference in the position of the bite, there is no obstacle to making the veneers.