The transition zirconium (also called zircon, zirconia) was discovered in the 18th century. Zirconium is used in a variety of fields, from aerospace to the military, because of its corrosion resistance. Extensive decay, chipping, and fracture can all be fixed with zirconium veneers. It possesses excellent strength because no other materials other than zirconium dioxide have been added to the formula. The exceptional strength and durability of zirconium veneers are one of its most notable characteristics. These veneers are reported to have a long-life expectancy, ranging from 15 to 30 years.
Keep in mind: Zirconium veneers may appear unnatural due to their opacity and are tough to modify.