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If you’re ready for a beautiful way to strengthen your smile— dental veneers may be the perfect solution. Explore what’s possible with veneers. 

What are veneers?

If you want to improve your smile, dental veneers are a simple option. Veneers are thin coverings that are placed over the front part of your tooth that look like natural teeth. Veneers can be used to correct a wide range of dental issues, including stained, chipped, crooked or damaged teeth. They can even help conceal uneven spaces between teeth.

When to get dental veneers

Veneers cure a myriad of dental concerns. Not only do they enhance the look of your smile, but they also fortify it too. Veneers are a wonderful solution to fix the following dental concerns:

Stained teeth
Bruxism (teeth grinding)

Types of veneers

Veneers are a solution that enhances both the strength and look of your smile. There are several types of veneers, each with its own benefits: 

Porcelain veneers are thin shells made from high quality ceramic. They’re strong, durable, and resistant to staining—making them a popular choice. Your Aspen Dental care team will carefully create them to match the natural color and shape of your existing teeth. 

These veneers are made from a tooth-colored resin material. A benefit to composite resin veneers is that your dentist can sculpt, apply and polish them—all in just one appointment. Composite resin veneers are a bit more economical, although they don’t last as long as porcelain.

Lumineers are a specific brand of ultra-thin porcelain veneers. They don’t require any enamel removal and are a great option if you’re looking for non-invasive treatment.

Snap-on veneers, also known as clip-on veneers, are a more modern selection. They are custom-made to fit over your existing teeth and can be removed as needed. Snap-on veneers are more affordable than permanent veneers, but they don’t last quite as long.

Veneers vs. crowns

Both veneers and crowns are excellent solutions to enhance the look and strength of your teeth. The key difference is that veneers cover the front of your tooth while crowns encase your whole tooth. Discover your options by clicking the button below.

Veneers procedure

The procedure for applying veneers has several steps. Although unique care varies per patient, here’s a general idea of what to expect:

Treatment planning
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Teeth with veneers: Aftercare

It’s essential to take proper care of your veneers to keep them looking and functioning at their best. Here are a few good pointers to help you with aftercare for your new veneers:

Veneers cost

The cost of veneers can range from $583 to $1351 per tooth. This depends on things like the type of veneer (porcelain or composite resin), the complexity of the procedure, and the expertise and location of your dentist. 


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Veneers FAQs

Veneers work by covering visible dental imperfections or discoloration with a thin layer of porcelain or composite resin. They are custom-made to fit your teeth and instantly enhance your smile's appearance and strength. This smile solution remedies things like chips, cracks, gaps or misshapen teeth.

The cost of veneers can range from $583 to $1351 based on several factors. For the most accurate veneers cost, contact your local Aspen Dental care team. They will assess your specific situation and give you a customized estimate for the procedure.

The cost of veneers with insurance varies, depending on things like your dental plan's coverage, the type of veneers you’re getting as well as your dentist's location. However, many insurance companies consider veneers a cosmetic procedure and may not cover the costs. It’s important to consult with your dentist for specific policy details and potential out-of-pocket expenses for getting veneers.

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Contact your local Aspen Dental care team today to see if veneers can benefit your smile.