Taking an impression of the trimmed tooth: This process involves making the copy of a trimmed tooth hence, using it for fabrication of the veneer. The impression procedure can usually takes two scenarios i.e. creation of dental molds of the tooth via impression putty, then sending the copy of the tooth to a dental laboratory where porcelain or composite veneer is to be made. Fabrication of veneer usually takes between two -three weeks. The second scenario is whereby the impression is taken using a special machine consisting of camera known as dental milling machine. This machine then creates the tooth veneer by simply grinding the image obtained from dental ceramic block. This procedure is much advantageous as both trimming and veneer bonding can actually take place at once.