How Removable Veneers Compare To Permanent Veneers
When you have unsightly problems with your teeth ranging from chips, gaps, discoloration, missing teeth to crooked teeth, it’s probable that you’ve considered different dental procedures in order to fix the appearance of your smile. However, dental procedures require a lot of time and often a lot of money to get the desired results. If you’re looking for a solution for the appearance of your teeth, but you want to avoid costly dental procedures, TruSmile removable veneers could be the perfect option for you.
Removable Veneers Compared To Porcelain Or Composite Veneers
Veneers are one of the most popular options when it comes to covering problems with your teeth. Veneers are typically either made of porcelain or composite resin, and they are applied and bonded to your teeth in order to cover problem areas in a natural-looking way. However, porcelain or composite veneers that are applied by your dentist differ greatly from the removable veneers that you can purchase from TruSmile.
Porcelain or composite veneers range in price from 250 dollars to 2,500 dollars for a single veneer. While it is unlikely that you would need veneers for your whole mouth, you could be looking at a cost of 80,000 dollars if you wanted to perfect all of your teeth. Whereas when you purchase TruSmile removable veneers, you will receive a kit that includes impressions for both your upper and bottom teeth. The price for your removable veneers can be as low as a 470 dollars with a one-time payment option. If you choose the monthly payment options, you will pay 570 dollars for your TruSmile veneers.
Unfortunately, porcelain or composite veneers are not guaranteed to last, these veneers typically last anywhere from five to 10 years. When you consider the amount you’re paying for veneers in comparison to the amount of time they’ll last, you may not be getting a very good return on investment. TruSmile veneers have an expected lifetime of up to five years, and we offer 100 percent satisfaction guaranteed with the manufacturing of your veneers for up to six months from your purchase date.
Veneers that are applied to your teeth by your dentist are also considered a permanent procedure. Your dentist will have to remove a small amount of your tooth in order to place the permanent veneer and bond it to your tooth. This means that whenever the time comes for a new veneer, you won’t have much choice in having the veneer replaced since your tooth has been altered permanently for the veneer. Some people have even reported new tooth sensitivity with permanent veneers. When you purchase TruSmile removable veneers, you are not locked into a permanent solution for your teeth, and you can remove your TruSmile veneers at any time.
While permanent porcelain or composite veneers have proven to be a popular dental procedure for many people looking to alter the look of their teeth, it is not the only option for a beautiful, new smile. If you’re looking for a more cost-effective option that is long-term, but not permanent, TruSmile removable veneers could be the perfect solution for you. Shop our TruSmile veneers today, and you’ll be only a few short weeks away from your new smile.