Da Vinci veneers are wafer-thin ceramic shells used for masking discolorations and brightening teeth. These porcelain veneers are resistant to permanent staining. The veneer application procedure requires very little or no anesthesia. It is completed in two visits to the dentist's office over a period of two weeks. There are three steps in the process. The teeth are prepared to create some space for the veneers. An impression of the teeth is taken. Then the wafer-thin ceramic material is bonded to the front of the teeth.