Dental Veneers vs Dental Crowns
Neo Dental - Veneer vs Crown
Porcelain veneers are strong, custom-formed, natural-looking covers that are bonded to the surface of teeth. They look just like perfectly healthy and natural teeth. Veneers are often used to repair chipped, decayed or stained teeth and to reshape teeth and close gaps.
For those who want to completely customize the look of their teeth in order to achieve their dream smile, dental veneers are the best treatment option.
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My whole life I loathed going to the dentist. Not anymore. I made the biggest investment of my young life in veneers and I couldn’t be happier. Never thought I would have a perfect smile and am in disbelief every day that it's real. Steve is a true artist in every sense.
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Bring out the best of your smile with veneers
Improving the look of your smile can be achieved through the use of various different procedures, but veneers provide you with the opportunity to completely change and customize the look of your smile with just one procedure.
- Closing gaps in the smile line
- Correcting slight misalignment or crookedness in the teeth
- Evening out the shape of teeth
- Fixing unsightly chips
- Combating sensitivity
- Minimize the appearance of a “gummy” smile
- Achieving the patient’s desired shade of whiteness
- Eliminating visible permanent stains in the enamel of the teeth
Veneers are placed for a number of reasons, including:
Complete Care: For a complete smile overhaul, dental veneers may be the complete package.
Longer Lasting: Veneers can be matched to your natural teeth or can strategically improve the whiteness and brightness of your smile. Dental veneers will give you a whiter and brighter smile that lasts much longer than with just teeth whitening.
Less Invasive: With modern dental veneers, very little to no material must be removed from the tooth before the veneers can be permanently bonded to the tooth. This procedure is less invasive than a crown and preserves more of the natural tooth.
A Happier, More Confident You
Choosing veneers goes far beyond simply closing a gap in your smile line or achieving that “Hollywood”-white smile: it’s a choice that allows you to enjoy confidence and happiness that radiates throughout all aspects of your life.
Consider the things that you normally shy away from or dread due to your insecurities surrounding your smile.
- Taking photos with friends or family
- Enjoying being the center of attention at your wedding, birthday party, or other celebration
- Attending a loved ones’ wedding, birthday party, or other celebration
- Making a great first impression at a job interview
- Enjoying a first date
We’ll help you achieve your dream smile, so that you can leap back into life and enjoy proudly showing off your smile in the following situations:
We’ll work with you to create a smile that you’ll be itching to show off, no matter where you go or who you’re with!
Is Veneer the best option for me?
Give us a call to schedule a consultation in office so that we can discuss your options for treatment. Helping you achieve a gorgeous and healthy smile is always our number one priority.
Book a dental veneer consulation
Getting veneers is simple and easy
Before we get started we’d like to hear from you how and why you would like to improve your tooth or teeth. We want to ensure veneers are the best option for you and will help you achieve your smile goals. We may recommend a treatment plan before veneers are done, to ensure your gums are as healthy as possible and your veneers have a clean and healthy foundation.
Preparing your teeth
To make space for your veneer, a thin layer of enamel is removed from the front of your tooth. We numb the area before we start working and the amount of enamel removed is very minimal. Next, we will take an impression of your prepared tooth and it’s neighbours to make sure your veneers fit perfectly and blend in with your smile.
Creation and placement
A temporary veneer will be placed for your comfort while your permanent veneers are being created. Once they’re ready to go, your temporary veneers will be removed and the perfect permanent veneers will be permanently bonded in place. After some finishing touches and a quick polish, your smile will be ready to dazzle.
Caring for your veneers
When you depart with your new veneers, you’ll be given detailed instructions on how to best care for them. Your new veneers will look and feel like natural teeth, and you must take care of them like you would your natural teeth. Brushing and flossing twice a day and routine cleanings and checkups are highly recommended! With proper care, your veneers will last ten years or more.
Contact us today
to schedule an initial consultation & exam.
Your consultation will include an examination of everything from your teeth, gums and soft tissues to the shape and condition of your bite. Generally, we want to see how your whole mouth looks and functions. Before we plan your treatment we want to know everything about the health and aesthetic of your smile, and, most importantly, what you want to achieve so we can help you get there.
Cost of Dental Veneers in Ancaster
The out-of-pocket cost for a dental veneer can vary widely from patient to patient. With a typical insurance plan, a single veneer averages out to about $200 to $600+. Without insurance, a reasonable ball-park figure for a veneer would be about $800 to $1200 and up.
- The number of veneers that are needed.
- The work that will be involved in the preparation and placement of the veneers.
- The type of veneers that are used.
- Your vision for your smile.
So what goes into determining the cost of veneers?
Remember, no dental practice can provide an accurate quote over the phone. Ultimately, your needs are as unique as your smile. It’s important to speak with a dentist and undergo an oral exam to find out all your treatment options and to receive an accurate quote. If you have dental insurance, we would be happy to supply you with a quote to submit to them so you can find out your out-of-pocket costs before you make a decision.