Veneers – The Ultimate Guide

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If you’re interested in veneers from a dentist or snap-on veneers from Shiny Smile Veneers, you may have some questions about this cosmetic treatment, how it works, and what’s involved. Can you get veneers with crooked teeth? What’s the cost to get veneers, and why do people get veneers?

In this guide, we’ll give you answers to all of these questions and more. Read on to get all the details you need in this ultimate guide to veneers from Shiny Smile Veneers, and see if this treatment is right for you.

What Are Veneers? Understanding The Basics

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A veneer is basically a very thin false tooth, usually made of ceramic materials or dental resin. Veneers are designed to fit over your existing and cover up the front chewing surfaces, fixing a lot of cosmetic problems with your smile. They are very long-lasting and durable but can be quite expensive, and the process involves removing some natural enamel from your teeth.

If you’re saving up for permanent veneers or you want an affordable solution that can improve your smile, temporary “snap on” veneers from Shiny Smile Veneers may be a better option, since you can restore your smile without seeing a dentist, and treat all of your teeth with veneers at once.

What You Need To Know About Getting Veneers

Veneers are a large investment, with an average cost of up to $1,500 for composite resin veneers, and up to $2,500 for ceramic veneers per tooth. They also are not removable, since some of your natural enamel must be removed from your teeth.

In addition, this treatment is a cosmetic procedure, so it’s usually not covered by insurance, and it takes 2-3 appointments over a period of several weeks to get veneers, so you will need to plan and budget accordingly. 

Not everyone is a good candidate for veneers, either. Can you get veneers with missing teeth, or if you have crooked teeth? The answer is usually “no,” since traditional veneers are not meant to treat these issues.

However, snap on veneers from Shiny Smile Veneers are an alternative if you have very crooked teeth or missing teeth. They are temporary and removable, and are custom-fitted to snap over your teeth to cover up any flaw with your smile, including missing teeth.

Why Do People Get Veneers?

Dental patients choose to get veneers for a wide variety of reasons, including:

● To correct cosmetic issues – Traditional veneers can usually be used to fix chipped, gapped, worn-down, misaligned, and discolored teeth, among other aesthetic dental issues. Snap-on veneers from Shiny Smiles also are an excellent choice for correcting these issues, and they treat your whole mouth at once, so they’re a very convenient and cost-effective option.

● To prevent more damage to teeth – A set of veneers can strengthen your teeth and protect them from future damage, making them a good investment in your dental health. Porcelain veneers, for example, can help preserve a misshapen or chipped tooth for years to come.

● To improve self-confidence – Investing in veneers is an excellent way to improve your self-confidence. If your teeth are damaged, stained, or have other cosmetic flaws, you may feel embarrassed when you smile, laugh, eat, or even speak around other people. Both traditional veneers and snap-on veneers from Shiny Smile Veneers can help you restore your self-confidence and smile proudly once again.

To enjoy a convenient, long-lasting smile restoration – One of the biggest benefits of traditional veneers is that they are very durable and stain-resistant, and are permanently secured to your natural teeth. They can be treated just like natural teeth, too. To care for them, all you have to do is brush and floss to maintain your oral hygiene, and see a dentist every six months for a checkup and teeth cleaning.

Types and Cost of Veneers

There are a few main types of veneers, including porcelain veneers, composite veneers, and ceramic veneers.

● Porcelain veneers are the most common and are made out of a porcelain material that is durable, long-lasting, and looks very natural, making it the preferred option at most dental offices. However, they’re also the most expensive.

Cost of porcelain veneers: $925-$2500 per tooth

Cost of Shiny Smile Veneers: $570 for full set top & bottom

● Ceramic veneers are similar to porcelain veneers but are made of a different material known as zirconia, rather than porcelain. They are usually about the same price as porcelain veneers.

Cost of ceramic veneers: $925-$2500 per tooth

Cost of Shiny Smile Veneers: $570 for full set top & bottom

● Resin veneers are cheaper than both of these types of veneers, but are also less durable, and are more prone to staining and breaking, so they are not always the best option if you’re interested in traditional veneers from a dentist.

Cost of resin veneers: $250-$1500 per tooth

Cost of Shiny Smile Veneers: $570 for full set top & bottom

Beyond these common types of veneers, there are also a few more rare subtypes of veneers, including palatal veneers and Lumineers.

● Palatal veneers are a type of veneer that can restore both the front and back surfaces of a tooth. They are sometimes recommended for patients with major damage to the teeth instead of a dental crown, which covers up and replaces the entire tooth surface.

Cost of palatal veneers: $650-$1200 per tooth

Cost of Shiny Smile Veneers: $570 for full set top & bottom

● Lumineers are a brand of ceramic veneers that uses a very thin material, which means the veneers can usually be applied without drilling away and removing any natural tooth material. This may make them a better alternative to standard veneers, in some cases.

Cost of Lumineers: $800-$2000 per tooth

Cost of Shiny Smile Veneers: $570 for full set top & bottom

Another option is removable veneers. These “instant” snap-on veneers sold by Shiny Smile Veneers allow you to restore all of your teeth at once, and they’re completely removable and very affordable, making them a great alternative to traditional veneers.

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What To Expect After Veneers

You won’t feel any pain or discomfort after you get veneers, but it will take a little bit of time for you to get used to wearing them, since they may change your bite a little bit. You can expect to see your dentist for a follow-up appointment after your treatment to ensure everything looks good.

To care for your smile, you’ll just need to keep up your regular dental hygiene by brushing and flossing, and seeing a dentist for a checkup every six months. This ensures your new smile remains in good shape for years to come.

You also should be careful to avoid chewing on very hard foods or non-food objects with your veneers, since they can chip or break under pressure. You also should not use your teeth as “tools” to open packages or bags, or for any other such purpose, as this could dislodge or damage the veneers.

Snap on veneers are a convenient alternative if you’re considering traditional veneers. Since they’re removable, you don’t have to worry about taking any special care precautions, and there’s no need for inconvenient follow ups with a dentist after treatment, so this may be a better option for you!

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Shiny Smiles Veneers – A Great Alternative To Traditional Veneers

Veneers from a dentist are a great way to restore your smile and boost your self-confidence, but getting them can take a lot of time, and cost a lot of money. Veneers are also permanent, which may turn off some patients who want to restore their smiles. Luckily, though, there’s another option you can wear to get instant results – snap on veneers from Shiny Smile Veneers!

Why get veneers from us? Because you can completely restore your smile with a removable, comfortable, and beautiful set of snap-on veneers. Shop online today, and see why our snap-on veneers are such a popular alternative to traditional veneers.

If you still have questions, please contact us or check out our FAQ page. We look forward to helping you get the smile you’ve dreamt of!

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