Fake Teeth That Look Real - Get Your Smile Back
A healthy smile contributes a lot to your self-esteem. It brightens your day and that of those who are lucky to see it. Unfortunately, tooth discoloration, minor alignment issues, cracks, and fractures can negatively affect your smile and appearance. Consequently, it affects your self-esteem and confidence.
But thanks to the modern cosmetic industry, you can now recover that golden smile using fake teeth that look real. Fake teeth can hide various dental flaws, including gaps in teeth, stained teeth, unsightly enamel, missing teeth, and slightly crooked teeth. Therefore, you end up with a beautiful, natural smile you feel proud to show the world.
Several options for realistic fake teeth that look real exist, and they include:
1. Traditional Veneers
Traditional veneers made of porcelain material are thin wafers permanently bonded to the tooth to cover its natural shape, length, color, and position in the mouth. You can have a veneer on single teeth or multiple teeth, and they function to enhance your appearance, protecting them from damage and creating a beautiful smile.
Porcelain is a popular material in veneers due to its versatility, completely customizable, and long-lasting. They are also tooth-colored, thus nearly impossible to detect, and highly resist the drinks and foods that stain the teeth. However, the dentist has to remove some of the tooth enamel to allow space for veneer placement. A new smile with traditional veneers can take you about two visits.
The dentist removes the tooth enamel during the first visit and takes a mold of the teeth to create the veneers. You will have to wear temporary veneers as you wait for the custom veneers to be ready. Then, the dentist will apply the veneers during your next visit, thus complete your smile transformation.
Dentures are fake teeth to replace your missing natural teeth. They come in different types, including partial and custom dentures, depending on the oral health status and lifestyle. Partial dentures replace multiple teeth in the lower and upper mouth portions and are removable. They are beneficial when you lose multiple teeth due to decay or injury.
But you must have some healthy teeth left in the lower or upper parts of the mouth. Partial dentures usually have a clasp attached to your natural teeth, and you can easily take them out of the mouth for cleaning or storage while you sleep. On the other hand, custom dentures are also removable and can be partial or full dentures. They fit perfectly, feel and function like natural teeth.
Dental bridges are fake teeth that fill a gap caused by tooth loss between the teeth on one side of your mouth. It consists of two or more crowns to keep the bridge in place and a filler tooth or teeth connected. The materials can be silver, porcelain fused with metals, all-porcelain, or gold. Getting a bridge usually takes two dental visits.
4. Dental Implants
Dental implants are titanium screws that act as replacements when the root of a tooth fails. They support one or multiple false teeth. The placement requires a surgical procedure that can take months to complete.
5. Snap-On Veneers
Most cosmetic treatments such as crowns, porcelain veneers, or orthodontics are expensive and time-consuming. But if you want to transform your smile without incurring such, snap-on veneers will suit you best. Your natural teeth won't need any alteration since it is a matter of snap on a smile and leave as the name suggests.
They differ from traditional veneers in that you can remove them. Snap-on veneers come from high-tech dental resin with configuration to fit snuggly over your teeth to create a new smile comprising of white, straight, and well-shaped teeth, the three components of a golden smile that you may not have naturally.
They correct various cosmetic imperfections such as crooked teeth, misshaped teeth, chipped or cracked teeth, permanently discolored teeth that failed to respond to teeth whitening, and teeth with gaps in between. Additionally, snap-on veneers are suitable options for those with missing teeth, but crown, bridges, or dental implants cannot work.
How Much Are Fake Teeth That Look Real?
Dentures are quite costly; for instance, partial dentures costs from $1,215 to $1,685 for upper dentures. Custom dentures are even more expensive and range from $1000 – $15,000 per arch. If you intend to get fixed bridges, expect to pay between $300 and $1,000 to replace a single tooth. Dental implants are not cheap either.
A single dental implant will cost between $1,000 and $3,000. That is excluding the cost of abutment and the crown, which range between $500 and $3,000. Meaning, dental implants can cost between $1,500 and $6,000.
TruSmile Veneers costs cost $470, thus way less expensive than other options. Additionally, you enjoy our flexible payment plan and pay for the TruSmile Veneers in two installments. TruSmile Veneers are custom-made snap-on veneers that fit over your teeth and give them a naturally beautiful smile. They are easy to put on and remove and won't require any cutting of gums, bonding, or dental injections.
How Does the Process Work With Trusmile Veneers?
Getting TruSmile Veneers is a relatively easy and painless process. Our dental professional takes molds of your teeth and sends them to our laboratory. Once the veneers are ready, your dental professional does a final fitting to ensure the snap-on veneers fit perfectly. After getting the green light that they are a perfect fit, you can go home with a new, beautiful smile.
TruSmile Veneers saves you from visiting a dentist since you can finish the process from home. You only place an order online, choose your desired shade and take the molds of your teeth with a special kit that we deliver to you. After that, you send the impressions back to our office and wait for new white pearls in less than three weeks.
TruSmile has transformed the lives of thousands of customers by helping them achieve a more confident and happier smile. Your smile should no longer hinder you from living your best moments to the fullest due to the discoloration, broken, stained, or missing teeth. See for yourself how easy the process is! Find out if you're a candidate today!.