Generally speaking, veneers make a poor choice for people who brux their teeth (grind their teeth, "front teeth becomes too small because of the biting pressure").

It seems unlikely that a dentist that is evaluating a patient who is unhappy with the appearance of their teeth wouldn't simultaneously be considering any and all possible options (a dentist wants to satisfy patient needs, they also want to sell dentistry). So if you'll call back and ask, they'll probably be able to answer your question because they have considered it.

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