Saturday, July 4, 2009

Super Affordable Dental Veneers

What Are My Different Dental Veneer Choices?

Are you one of the millions of people looking for an alternative to paying thousands of dollars per tooth just to cover your dental problems? Maybe you have a cracked tooth or missing tooth. You might have stubborn stained teeth that are embarrassing and want a simple cost effective solution that will get you smiling again without cutting deep into your wallet. If you're without dental insurance and need a way to fix your teeth without a dentist visit. Below you will find out that there is a less expensive alternative.

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Traditional tooth veneers or dental veneers also referred to as porcelain veneers or dental laminated teeth are custom-made fixtures of natural tooth-colored materials designed to cover the front surface of teeth to improve your smile. These appliances are permanently attached to the front of the teeth after the existing teeth have been adequately roughened to accept the bonding material. The results are the changing of color, shape and size of ones teeth.

Newly available are non-permanent and non-invasive custom made dental veneers you actually fit at home with an easy to use impression kit. You send in your impressions and a laboratory technician custom builds your new smile directly over your existing teeth molds. These are but a fraction of the cost of permanent veneers yet they give people a quick and cost effective alternative.

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The price for a full upper set for example is less than a typical cost for a single permanent tooth veneer. And there's no dentist visit required.

Dental veneers can be made from porcelain or from man-made materials such as resins. These resins can be rigid to a more flexible material. Porcelain veneers do require that the front portion of the tooth be removed and roughened to receive the bonding material. This procedure is permanent and once the procedure is done, there is no going back.

Recently on the market are non-permanent resin veneers. These fixtures are made of a flexible yet resilient material that are applied with little or no dental adhesive and are easily removable at any time, and are not worn over night. Often a fraction of the price of permanent dental veneers, these temporary tooth veneers offer a quick and painless alternative to the high cost and permanence of porcelain and other systems of dental veneers such as Lumineers.
What Symptoms Make One a Candidate for Dental Veneers?

Veneers are routinely used to cover:

* Discolored Teeth -- stains from tetracycline or other drugs, fluoride stains known as fluorosis,
* Teeth that are worn or ground down
* Teeth that have been broken, chipped or knocked out
* Teeth that are misaligned, uneven, or miss-shaped
* Gaps between teeth
* Unsightly gums. This problem can also be covered with the use of gum veneers and combination tooth and gum veneer appliances. Available now on the Product page!

What's Involved in Getting Dental Veneers?

Getting a dental veneer usually requires several dentist visits. First to consult with the dentist and two more visits to create and install the veneers.

* Development of a plan. The first step is to have your dentist to determine whether you are indeed a good candidate for a dental veneer procedure. You will discuss what you would like your new veneers to accomplish in regard to your appearance.

* Tooth Preparation. To ensure a good bond, a dentist will shave off a portion of the existing tooth enamel surface to allow for the new material to replace it without appearing overly enlarged. Before shaving off the tooth surface, a local anesthetic will be applied.

* Making a model. An impression is then made of your existing teeth. A model is made of your teeth and is sent out to a dental laboratory to be fitted with a veneer. It typically is 1 to 2 weeks before you receive your veneers back from the laboratory.

* Veneer Application. Your new veneers will be examined for appearance and temporarily applied to make sure they are a good fit and are acceptable for bonding. Your existing teeth are prepared for the bonding process by scraping off the front enamel surface and etching grooves into the teeth to really give the bonding material something to grab onto for a strong bond. The veneers are cemented into place and are cured using a light-curing process activating and hardening the cement. You will return to the dentist for a follow up and ensure your veneers are being accepted in your mouth without any problems.

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* There are alternatives to the permanent dental veneers discussed above. These veneers are available in a spectrum of quality standards and appearances and one will want to research which ones are available from a quality lab.

The Non-Permanent Alternative Procedure

* The procedure can either be done in one of two ways. There are non-permanent non-invasive dental veneers that can be fit at a dentist who offers this procedure, as well as fit-at-home impression kits. Both methods offer the same result in the end, but the latter is considerably less expensive and more convenient. These do-it-yourself impression kits involve the wearer to take their dental impressions at home using an easy-to-use impression kit they order through the mail. These impressions are then sent back to the laboratory where a custom set of dental veneers are created by a lab technician. The new teeth veneers are then sent back through the mail ready to wear. The veneers are also available in the shade of your choice and are but a fraction of the cost (a full set costing roughly the amount of one or two permanent veneers), and time involved with permanent tooth veneers. These non permanent veneers can be worn either exclusively by the wearer, or worn during the interim while one saves up for or decides later to invest in permanent dental veneers when the funds are available. Affordable tooth and gum veneers Click Here for ordering information.


  1. Thanks for sharing the idea there would be some apprehensions from segment but i am up for it.
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  2. I have a friend who is interesting in getting veneers, she has never liked her teeth and so I think that when she gets veneers she will really like the way her teeth look afterwards. I will have to share the information in this article with her and hopefully she can get them as soon as possible. Do you have any other advice on what to expect with veneers that I could share with my friend?

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