What Are Veneers?
What Are Veneers?
A good smile is essential if you want to feel comfortable and confident around others. If you’re proud of your teeth, you can smile, eat, and laugh without worrying about how they look. But if you are not happy with how your teeth look, the opposite is true. You may feel self-conscious and embarrassed, and lack confidence in your appearance.
Veneers are a cosmetic dentistry treatment used to restore your smile and your self-confidence. These thin shells are built of an artificial material and fit over your existing teeth to cover up cosmetic flaws like gaps in your smile, stained teeth, minor chips, and other imperfections.
There are a lot of different types of veneers, so in this guide from TruSmile Veneers, we’ll discuss everything you need to know about this treatment.
The Most Common Types Of Veneers
All veneers do the same basic thing, and cover up your teeth to improve your smile. However, there are several different types of veneers for you to choose from. The most common are porcelain veneers, resin-based veneers, and snap on veneers.
Porcelain veneers are placed by a dentist, and are built from a strong, durable porcelain ceramic material. They are typically considered to be the most natural and long-lasting type of veneers, and are very popular, though they are quite expensive.
Resin-based veneers also must be built and placed by a dentist. They use a resin laminate material that’s not quite as strong as ceramic veneers, but is more affordable, and still looks very natural. These are a more economical choice for most patients.
Snap on veneers, also called snap on teeth, are what we offer at TruSmile Veneers. Unlike both porcelain and resin veneers from a dentist, these veneers do not treat just one tooth at a time, but can restore your entire smile.
They are built to fit over your existing teeth, and to snap over your smile to cover up all of your teeth and provide you with a seamless, beautiful smile. They are made of a durable type of plastic, and can last a very long time with proper care.
Pricing Of Veneers
The pricing of veneers varies quite a bit depending on the type of veneers you choose. Porcelain veneers and resin veneers from a dentist can be quite expensive. Porcelain veneers usually cost between $1,000 and $2,500 per tooth. Resin laminate veneers usually cost between $324 to $1,700 per tooth, so they’re cheaper, but not by that much.
In contrast, snap on veneers from TruSmile Veneers are much cheaper. Our snap on teeth cost just $470, and that’s not to treat a single tooth – that’s for the cost of both an upper and lower set of veneers.
If you want to transform your smile on a budget, it’s easy to do so with snap on veneers from TruSmile Veneers, and you can get the smile you deserve even if you don’t have the time or money to see a dentist.
Understanding The Veneer Process
In the traditional veneer process for resin and porcelain veneers, you have to see a dentist to have your teeth trimmed, get dental impressions, and to have your veneers placed. It can take 3 or more visits over a period of 2-4 weeks, and the process is irreversible, since some of your tooth material must be removed to prepare your teeth.
The process is different for TruSmile Veneers. We will simply send you a kit with instructions on how to take impressions of your teeth in the comfort of your own home. Then, you’ll send it back to us, and we’ll build your custom veneers and send them to you within 2 weeks of receiving your impressions.
Then, you can snap your veneers into place and enjoy your beautiful, brilliant smile right away. You can remove your veneers at any time, so the process is totally reversible and does not negatively affect your oral health!
Get The Smile You Deserve – Look And Feel Your Best With TruSmile Veneers
With snap on teeth from TruSmile Veneers, you can completely transform your smile without the cost, long and painful process, or permanent treatments associated with traditional veneers.
Our snap on veneers start at just $470, require no visits to the dentist, and allow you to completely transform your smile from the comfort of your own home. If you’re ready to get the smile you deserve, don’t wait.