Dental veneers in dental fitness

With more people opting for cosmetic dentistry to enhance their smiles, dental veneers are becoming the most popular choice. A veneer is a thin, custom-made shell that covers the front of your teeth to improve their aesthetics. There are various sorts of dental veneers, each with its advantages and downsides.

Porcelain veneers

They are the most popular kind of veneers due to their strength and appearance. They are made from strong, long-lasting materials that resemble natural teeth. They are highly resistant to stains and discoloration than resin veneers. They are however costly and need an updated system to manufacture them.

Composite veneers

Composite veneers are fabricated from colored resin material. It is a less expensive option as compared to porcelain veneers; however, it is vulnerable to stains and chipping due to the material not being strong. It is however easy to restore if damaged.

Non-permanent veneers

Non-permanent veneers are made from a flexible resinous material that can be destroyed easily. It is an excellent option for people who want to experiment with new looks without having to commit to a permanent option. They do not last long as compared to porcelain, and composite veneers. They are however prone to chipping and staining as in composite veneers.

Detachable veneers

They are similar to non-permanent veneers but are designed to be worn through particular activities like social activities and photo shoots. This means they are aesthetically pleasing and enhance the person’s smile. It is an excellent choice for people who do not need to stick to veneers. However, they do not last long and should be cleaned on a daily basis.

Choosing the best veneers for your teeth depends on various factors like price, durability, and your personal expectations and needs. Talk to our doctors to determine the kind of veneers that is perfect for your needs.