Veneers are millimeter-thin, composite laminates—usually made of porcelain—that are bonded to the outer surface of a tooth with an adhesive agent. Structurally, veneers are often used to correct and repair chips or cracks; however, they are also a fantastic way to improve the worn appearance (shape) or discoloration of a tooth. Hence, veneers can be a viable alternative to the teeth whitening, making for an unforgettable, “Red Carpet” smile.