- Have crooked teeth?
- Broken a tooth?
- Want to close a gap in your teeth?
- Want to change the appearance of your smile?
- Want high-quality and successful treatment?
If any of the above applies to you then Painfree Dentistry can help. If you have one or two teeth that have been bothering you, a composite veneer could be the solution for you. This is a great treatment option for those pesky issues that can’t be fixed with other orthodontic procedures or if you don’t want the hassle of braces.
What Are Composite Veneers?
Composite veneers are partial or full coatings that are applied to the surface of teeth. This will enhance the appearance of your smile. These veneers can be placed in a single visit and are used to recolor, realign and reshape teeth. It is a solution to chipped, damaged, stained and gappy teeth. It is a fast treatment that is suited to teeth with minor complications. The veneers are made with colors that are a close match to your natural teeth. This is why these veneers are great for treating one or two teeth as it will blend in with your teeth beautifully.
Veneers can be completed in one visit. These will instantly change the look of your smile. You can walk in with problem teeth and walk out with a smile you are proud off. Every patient is different but treatment time can take around forty-five to sixty minutes. This can vary and does depend on the number of teeth you need to have treated.
Composite or Porcelain Veneers
A composite veneer can stain and chip however it is easily repaired and polished. This can happen from normal wear and tear. Porcelain veneers are less likely to chip however it is not as easily fixed. If you follow your dentist’s advice both types of veneers will last a long time.
Porcelain veneers are a little tougher that then composite. Therefore, if you have lots of teeth that need fixing, porcelain may be the better option. If you have one or two teeth fixing composite veneers are a quick and cost-effective fix.
There are advantages and disadvantages to both types of veneer. Your dentist will discuss which one of the two types is the best treatment solution for you.
How Much Do Composite Veneers Cost?
The cost of a veneer will vary. Every patient is different and so are the needs. Before a cost can be decided you will first need a consultation. During the consultation, your dentist will discuss your issues and goals to create a treatment plan. Once the treatment plan has been decided you will then be given a cost. You can enquire about the cost of veneers by contacting our dental team.
Our dental team spend time with every patient to ensure they get the best care. We want you to have your dream smile and to have treatment that rises above your expectations. Contact our friendly team today to find out more about composite veneers, to discuss any dental concerns or to book a consultation with one of our highly skilled dentists.