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Best Cosmetic Teeth Covers

by Mohamed Shams
Best Cosmetic Teeth Covers

Tooth damage or missing teeth can make you feel self-conscious about your smile and facial appearance. The major causes of dental imperfections include tooth decay, accidents, or age. 

If you are constantly trying to hide your teeth and suppressing your smile, it's probably the right time to get help through cosmetic dentistry. There is a wide range of procedures available for fixing unsightly teeth. 

What are Cosmetic Teeth Covers? 

Cosmetic tooth covers correct missing, cracked, discolored, or chipped teeth. Unlike a dental implant that replaces the entire tooth, these covers hide tooth imperfections. 

Teeth covers are highly effective and the most common cosmetic treatments for restoring the smile and enhancing patients' facial look.

Besides offering aesthetic benefits, these covers also protect your existing teeth against further damage. 

Healthy and beautiful teeth can raise your self-esteem and eliminate the fears of showing damaged teeth. In addition, you will feel more comfortable talking, smiling, and laughing.

How Much Do Cosmetic Teeth Covers Cost?

The cost of cosmetic teeth covers varies depending on the type of cosmetic dentistry procedure, the material used, and of course, the manufacturer, among other factors. Below is an overview of various coverings, including price ranges. 

Dental Onlays

Dental onlays cover compromised teeth; they fix cracked, broken teeth and treat tooth cavities. If the level of damage doesn't require a crown, onlays are the best choice. They are more durable than fillings but smaller than dental crowns. 

Perfect candidates for this procedure include patients with chips, cavities, cracks, and damaged old fillings. But your dentist is in a better position to determine whether you are an ideal candidate. 

Most Onlays can last for an extended period as long as you maintain proper dental hygiene and visit your dentist regularly for professional cleaning. 

Dental Onlays are available in different materials. Porcelain onlays are, however, the best option since they resemble natural teeth, are stain-resistant, and are durable. 

Customized Onlays are perfectly crafted in the laboratory from porcelain or composite resin material and fixed to the teeth using adhesive dental cement. During the procedure, your dentist will first remove old filling and tooth decay, if any. And if you have a crack or break, the dentist will smooth your teeth out before adding the restoration. 

Cost of Dental Onlays

Dental onlays typically cost more than inlays since they are larger. The price ranges between $650 and $1,200 per tooth. The average price is $900. 

The total cost of this procedure depends on the number of teeth you intend to treat and the material you choose. 

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are removable replacement teeth attached to a gum-colored base. The artificial teeth are sometimes secured by a metal framework that keeps them stable in the mouth. You can use these dentures to replace multiple missing teeth in the lower or upper jaw. However, you must have one or more existing teeth to qualify for this procedure. Otherwise, your dentist might recommend complete dentures if you lack even a single tooth. 

Besides filling the gaps created by your lost teeth, partial dentures prevent remaining teeth from shifting over time. They can also improve chewing and talking. 

Partial dentures aren't designed for 24/7 wear. Instead, you should remove them once in a while, especially for cleaning and at night when you go to bed.  

Maintaining oral hygiene and cleaning your dentures reduces the chances of developing tooth cavities. Although partial dentures don't completely resemble natural teeth, they offer a natural-looking smile. 

Cost of Partial Dentures 

The cost of partial dentures varies depending on factors like material used, location in your mouth, number of missing teeth, and the method of making the dentures. You may also have to pay for dental care before and after receiving the restorations. 

Typically, the cost of partial dentures ranges from $650 to $2,500 (for the upper or lower jaw, not both).

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are tooth-shaped covers attached to the teeth to hide imperfections, improve teeth functioning, and restore the teeth's size, shape and strength. They are permanently cemented and fully cover the part of a tooth above the gum.

Some crowns are supported by natural tooth roots, while others are placed over dental implants. Perfect candidates for this procedure include patients with discoloration, severe tooth decay, chips, and cracks. 

Unlike veneers that only cover a portion of the tooth, dental crowns shelter the entire tooth. 

Cost of Dental Crowns

Generally, crowns cost can range from $800 to $3,000 per crown, depending on the material used. For instance, the price of porcelain crowns lies between $800 and $3,000, while metal crowns cost between $800 and $2,500 per tooth.

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are custom-made, tooth-colored shells that cover the tooth surface to restore smile and facial appearance. They are placed on the tooth's visible part, changing its shape, color, length, and size. 

Dental veneers fix various dental imperfections, including;

  • Discoloration 
  • Cracking 
  • Chipping 
  • Teeth misalignment
  • Gaps 

Porcelain veneers can offer a natural tooth appearance. They are also stain-resistant and durable.

 Cost of Porcelain Veneers 

Porcelain veneers cost around $925 -$2,500 per tooth. But, of course, the price depends on factors like your location and the dentist's expertise. They can last between five and seven years. 

Snap-On Veneers 

TruSmile snap-on veneers are removable veneers that clip onto existing teeth to cover imperfections. They can improve your smile, make you look younger, and boost your confidence instantly.

You can use snap-on veneers to replace missing teeth. However, this works for patients with at least five existing teeth on their upper and lower jaw. 

Whether you have broken, stained, or missing teeth, you can attain a beautiful smile with TruSmile snap-on veneers. 

The Snap-on veneer procedure is non-invasive; no needles, drilling, and pain. It's a straightforward procedure that you can complete from the comfort of your home. 

Cost of Snap-On Veneers 

The cost of TruSmile snap-on veneers can be as low as $470. You can also take advantage of our payments plan and clear the bill in installments. In addition, the procedure doesn't involve costly dental visits.

Get Started With Trusmile Veneers 

The process of getting a TruSmile snap-on veneer is easy and fast. When you make an order, we will dispatch a veneer kit to your location within a short period. Then, send the package back to our office after taking your dental impressions. Our dentists will craft your customized veneers and ship them to you within two weeks. 

If you experience any difficulty when taking the impressions, our team is always ready to help- we will guide you via a scheduled video call.

 Everyone deserves a beautiful, natural-looking smile. TruSmile Veneers is more than ready and willing to help you achieve the smile you have always wanted. Contact us today and find out if you are an ideal candidate.