What type of anesthesia will I need for composite dental veneers?

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Composite dental veneers are usually completed in one appointment with the use of a local anesthetic, which numbs the area. To prepare the teeth, your dentist will lightly buff them to make room for the veneers. It’s this part of the process that usually requires anesthesia.

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