Getting veneers means your Aspen Dental dentist will need to carefully reshape your tooth enamel, which is an irreversible process. So while veneers are a great option for correcting tooth imperfections like chips and gaps, they’re also considered a long-term solution.
Veneers are thin shells made from various materials bonded to the front of teeth. Emax (lithium disilicate) or ceramic options are popular due to their strength, durability and aesthetic qualities. Depending on the type of material, it may have a lifespan of 10 years or even longer.
Veneers are a durable solution for correcting cosmetic imperfections.
Although they’re built to last, it’s worth noting that they may require a crown in the future. Click on each topic to learn more about the veneers process.
Porcelain veneers are not permanent and typically last 10-15 years depending on how well you care for them and your oral health.
Composite veneers are not permanent and usually last 5-10 years. Their appearance can be less than perfect in that it’s challenging to exactly match color, shape and homogeneity with the rest of your teeth. They cover the entire facial surface of the tooth.