CDT Code for Dental Veneer

CDT Code for Dental Veneer

Dental veneers are a possible solution for those with chipped teeth, a gap between teeth, or misshaped teeth. Veneers are made of either porcelain or composite resin material.

D2960 Resin Veneer/chairside: When a composite resin is used to veneer a tooth due to fracture/caries, or to cover discolorations, this is the appropriate code.

D2961 Resin Veneer/lab-fabricated: A veneer can be made of either resin or porcelain-type materials. This code is self-explanatory and is a two-stage veneer procedure, with or without temporization.

D2962 Porcelain Veneer: Again, this is a two-stage procedure, involving a lab in the process.

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