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Fake Teeth Veneers: The Different Types and Pricing

by Mohamed Shams
Fake Teeth Veneers: The Different Types and Pricing

One of the things that most people notice first is the smile. Thus, people are always trying to brighten their smiles through various means, such as dental veneers. Veneers do an excellent job covering most teeth imperfections like stubborn stains, tooth gaps, and chips in the teeth.

Rather than wearing braces and then waiting for months for your teeth to be fixed, veneers offer you a chance to have straight teeth much sooner. Veneers are the perfect solution to damaged teeth because they entirely cover the damaged teeth while giving you that bright smile you have always wanted. If you are considering getting veneers, you can learn more about this dental procedure below.

 

What are Fake Teeth Veneers?

Fake teeth veneers refer to thin, tooth-colored shells attached to the teeth' front surface to cover the teeth' imperfections and dramatically improve your teeth' appearance. Veneers are known as the 'fake teeth' because they cover the front surface of natural teeth. 

Veneers are mostly made of porcelain or dental resin. The dentist permanently bonds these materials to your natural teeth, thereby improving the teeth' color, size, shape, or length. 

Veneers offer an excellent solution for numerous dental issues, including:

  • Discolored teeth
  • Gaps between teeth
  • Chipped or broken teeth
  • Mild tooth misalignment
  • Unusually smaller teeth
  • Worn out teeth

The eight top front teeth are the most common recipients of veneers. Even though you can get a single veneer to fix one chipped or broken tooth, most people prefer to get up to eight veneers to achieve a symmetrical and even smile. 

 

What Are The Different Types Of Fake Teeth Veneers?

The following are three types of fake veneers. 

 

1. Porcelain Veneers

Being the least harmful and most esthetic material for dental restoration, porcelain is the most commonly used veneer material. Porcelain is also the most durable of all materials used to make veneers. 

Porcelain is highly biocompatible. Thus, it rarely injures gum tissues and other mouth tissues. Since porcelain is natural-looking, porcelain veneers perfectly blends with your natural teeth color to dramatically improve your smile. 

Porcelain veneers are a permanent solution to dental cosmetic issues and can last up to 15 years if well taken care of. 

 

2. Ceramic Veneers

Ceramic veneers are made from teeth-colored ceramic materials such as zirconia. Ceramic materials are bio-inert; they do not elicit any reaction from the body. They are also resistant to bacterial infection. Additionally, ceramic veneers hardly accumulate bacteria and plaque, and they do not irritate your gums or the other natural teeth. 

One of the significant advantages of ceramic veneers is that they can be synthesized to give them porcelain-like gleams or changed to any color.  Unlike porcelain veneers, ceramic veneers require less time to fix your teeth because they involve minimal enamel sacrifice. Hence, the underlying teeth need less prep time when installing ceramic veneers. 

 

3. Snap-on/Temporary Veneers

As the name suggests, snap-on or temporary veneers are non-permanent veneers made to fix cosmetic dental issues temporarily. Temporary veneers are a fantastic option for you if you have been looking for a cosmetic solution to your dental problems but do not want to commit to permanent veneers.

This type of veneer is made from resin and acts as a mask over natural teeth. Since they are removable, snap-on veneers require no enamel sacrifice before placement. They function just like permanent veneers and perfectly fit over your teeth. You can comfortably eat and drink with your temporary veneers on. They are also easy to clean and care for.

 

How Much Are Fake Teeth Veneers?

Since most dental insurances hardly cover cosmetic dental procedures, pricing is a critical aspect for many people. The following is a comparison of the pricing of porcelain, ceramic and snap-on veneers.

 

Porcelain Veneers Pricing

Porcelain veneers usually cost between $925 and $2,500 per tooth. However, the average cost for porcelain veneers is $1500 per tooth. Keep in mind that the price may increase if dental contouring is required before the placement of the veneers. Also, overall, the cost can increase if you need to make extra dental visits or need additional veneers.

 

Ceramic Veneers Pricing

Like their close counterparts, porcelain and ceramic veneers can cost between $400 and $2500 per tooth. However, given that porcelain is better in terms of quality, ceramic may cost less than porcelain. 

 

Snap-On Veneers Pricing

Sap-on veneers are more affordable than porcelain and ceramic veneers because they do not include dental visit costs since they do not require visits to the dentist. At TruSmile, you can get snap-on veneers for $470 for both the bottom and top appliances. Moreover, you can choose a payment plan if you wish to make two separate payments.

 

Why TruSmile Veneers?

There are numerous reasons why you need to get TruSmile Veneers. These include:

 

1. Cost

At TruSmile, we understand that getting veneers can sometimes be a financial constraint, so we offer up to three payment options. We have one-time, two-time, and monthly payment options. The most you can pay when getting TruSmile veneers is $570. 

 

2. Look like Real Teeth

TruSmile offers you the chance to dramatically enhance your smile while maintaining its natural look. This is because TruSmile veneers are made to look like natural teeth.

 

3. No Costly Dentist Visits

With our temporary TruSmile veneers, you can be assured that our veneers will get you the smile you've always dreamed of minus the costly and time-consuming dental visits. 

We create our veneers using the latest 3D technology, so the quality is top-notch. Moreover, the veneers are made using German co-polyester. With the materials and the technology used in making TruSmile veneers, you can be assured of a long-lasting veneer. 

 

4. No Drilling or Needles

You can be assured of the perfect smile you always wanted, minus the pain of enduring needles and drilling. Regain your confidence and go about your business without having to endure the sight of needles or painful drilling. 

With the ready solutions to your dental problems like discolored or broken teeth, you no longer have to avoid smiling or hiding your smile. Get your TruSmile veneers today and regain your confidence. TruSmile Veneers has helped thousands of people get the perfect smile. Find out if you're a candidate today!