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Chairside Veneers

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A chairside veneer is a thin structure, made of a semi-translucent, enamel-like layer of composite resin that attatches to the front of your teeth. Veneers are customized and made just to fit you, and bonded to your teeth.
 
Common reasons to use veneers:
  • Spaces between teeth
  • Broken or chipped teeth
  • Permanently stained or discolored teeth
  • Crooked or misshappen teeth
 
Veneers are a great solution to attain your goal for your perfect smile. Veneers can be used to make the subtle changes that you envision your ideal smile to look like. Composite veneers differ from porcelain veneers on several aspects; the shade and shape is always adjustable because they are created on the spot and they are made of a material that tends to be much more adjustable than porcelain. Whereas if changes are needed to porcelain, it would need shipped back to the lab for a remake. Also, porcelain veneers tend to cost more than composite due to the expenses for additional materials, shipping, and lab fees. Another plus, in most cases composite veneers can be completed in only one office visit and often without any shots!

Porcelain Veneers

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A porcelain veneer is a thin structure, made of a semi-translucent, enamel-like layer of porcelain that attatches to the front of your teeth. Veneers are customized and made just to fit you, and bonded to your teeth.
 
Common reasons to use veneers:
  • Spaces between teeth
  • Broken or chipped teeth
  • Permanently stained or discolored teeth
  • Crooked or misshappen teeth
 
Veneers are a great solution to attain your goal for your perfect smile. Veneers can be used to make the subtle changes that you envision your ideal smile to look like. Porcelain veneers differ from composite veneers on several aspects; the shade is considered to be more stable and consistant and they are made of a much harder material that tends to wear longer. A negative difference is that any changes needed to be done to the porcelain would require a complete remake, but composite veneers (above) can be adjusted chairside. Also, porcelain veneers tend to cost more than composite due to the expenses for additional materials, shipping, and lab fees.
 
Please click here for the treatment link to Dr. Bowser's follow up instructions on Veneers.