Composite Veneers in Las Vegas, NV

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About Composite Veneers

If you’ve always dreamt of the perfect smile but your teeth are relatively healthy, and you just want to change their appearance, composite veneers might be a good option for you. This process requires minimal to no enamel removal.

What are composite veneers?

Composite veneers are thin shells made from a tooth-colored resin that is placed over the front of your existing teeth to improve their appearance. A composite veneer is a less expensive material in comparison to a porcelain veneer. There are 2 different types of Composite veneers, direct and indirect composite veneers and your dentist might be able to make and place them during a single visit.

What Are the Benefits of Composite Veneers?

Composite veneers are an excellent choice for those seeking a perfect smile without extensive dental work. These veneers, made from tooth-colored resin, offer a transformative, yet minimally invasive solution for improving the appearance of your teeth. The benefits of choosing composite veneers include:

  • Minimal tooth alteration
  • Cost-effectiveness
  • Quick procedure
  • Easily repaired if damaged
  • Aesthetic enhancement

Composite veneers offered by Dr. Martz at Gardens Cosmetic and Family Dentistry provide an accessible, quick, and effective way to enhance your smile while maintaining the integrity of your natural teeth.

Composite Veneers FAQ

What is the difference between direct and indirect composite veneers?

The main difference between direct and indirect composite veneers is just the application process.

  • Direct composite veneer procedure usually only requires one visit to the dentist after the consultation and is minimally invasive.
  • Indirect composite veneers are prepped the same as direct composite veneers, but the veneers are custom-made ‘indirectly’ outside of the mouth in your dentist’s office or in a dental laboratory. Indirect composite veneers can withstand more abrasions and resist fractures better than direct composite veneers. So the procedure requires two appointments and is usually costlier.

What is the difference between composite veneers and porcelain veneers?

Compared to its porcelain counterpart, composite resin veneers might wear down quicker, resulting in a shorter lifespan. However, they’re easier to repair and less expensive.

Are dental veneers bad for your teeth?

It's commonly thought that dental veneers are bad for your teeth and may cause tooth decay. While that can happen (rarely), when applied by an experienced practitioner like Dr. Martz, cosmetic dental veneers of all kinds are a very safe and effective way to totally remake your smile.

How long do composite veneers last?

Results are unique for each patient, but most people can expect their composite veneers to last up to seven years with good oral hygiene and regular dental checkups at Gardens Cosmetic and Family Dentistry.

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