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What is slicing veneers?

  slicing veneers are veneers created by slicing wood at diffrent angles to capture textures of grain. this means that a block of wood may be cut lenghtwise, so that the g (MORE)
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What percentage of people have veneers?

In the entertainment business and wealthy community probably 85% of people have veneers. Other people: my guess would be 15%. They are very expensive. But worth it.
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What is a marble veneer?

  It is a thin piece of marble stone attached to another surface. For instance you can have a marble veneer counter top or a solid marble counter top. A solid marble count (MORE)

Why did Kate Gosselin have veneers on her teeth?

Although Kate Gosselin hasn't spoken about her veneers, she probably got veneers for the same reason a lot of people got them: they are not satisfied with their smile, and wan (MORE)
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Are dental veneers a painful procedure?

"Typically it is not a painful procedure when compared to a root canal or an extraction. However, it can be painful, depending on a person's pain tolerance."
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Stocks 101: Learn Stock Market Basics

The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)

What is diamond veneer gem made of?

The Diamond Veneer is a process whereby treating Cubic zirconia  with a film of Carbon Diamond particles. This Nanoscale Coating  over Cubic Zirconia creates a veneer of car (MORE)

What is oak veneer?

Oak veneer is a laminated wood that appears to be actual wood.  While it has aspects of the real thing, it is a composite.

What is wood veneer?

In woodworking, veneer refers to thin slices of wood, usually  thinner than 3 mm (1/8 inch), that typically are glued onto core  panels (typically, wood, particle board or m (MORE)

What is bookmatched veneer?

Veneers are thin slices of wood cut to show the best figure in timber and used in furniture making to dazzle a possible buyer with the sheer beauty of the figure in the wood. (MORE)