Dental Veneers Specialist in Miami Beach, and North Miami, FL
A dental veneer is a great option for patients who want to fix their teeth based on a chipped tooth, broken tooth, a smaller than average tooth, etc. Discover the benefits of dental veneers and smile with confidence again! Call our team of dental professionals at Bay Dental or visit us online to book an appointment today.
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Dental veneers are thin, custom-picked tooth-colored shells that become attached to the front of the tooth which helps to improve the appearance of the entire mouth and your teeth. Veneers are made of two main substances which include resin-composite materials and porcelain which both become permanently bonded to the teeth.
Dental veneers are often used to treat several different dental concerns like a broken tooth, discoloring of the teeth, chipped teeth, or teeth which are naturally smaller than average.
Our patients often come to visit us at our dental office with the idea of receiving just an individual veneer to cover a broken or chipped tooth, but they often receive between six to eight veneers to create a much more symmetric and beautiful smile.
With dental veneers, not all insurance companies have coverage available as many insurance companies view dental veneers as a cosmetic treatment instead of a medical necessity. Whether you can use insurance or you are looking to pay out-of-pocket for dental veneers, within the United States you can expect to pay anywhere from $925 to $2,500 per tooth. The cost for dental veneers per tooth often depends on the type of dental veneer that is going to be used, the located of where the dental clinic is located that you are getting the dental veneers done at, as well as if the clinic specializes in dental veneers and other cosmetic treatments.
While composite veneers can cost on average around $400 to $2,000 per tooth and it can last around 5 to 7 years to be taken care of.
There is a large assortment of veneer options available, they are available as each patient may have different problems that need help with. The different kinds of dental veneers include:
1. Porcelain veneers
This option is one of the least harmful material options in comparison to other options, while still providing one of the strongest and longest-lasting materials on the market available for veneers.
2. Composite veneers
Composite includes a mix of inorganic materials as well as organic materials making this a beautiful blend of substances including composite resin, coupling agent, and resin. This option is much more affordable in comparison to the likes of porcelain; however, it is not as durable as other options.
Lumineers are considered a brand. This brand has created ultra-thin porcelain laminate dental veneers. This option requires no prep before placing. It is commonly used to treat a patient’s teeth that may be discolored and have irregularly shaped teeth.
4. Removable veneers
These types are considered to be a temporary option for dental veneers, also available are snap-on veneers. These options for snap-on’s include:
Custom clip-on veneers
Custom clip-on veneers provide a high-quality removal dental veneer. An impression is taken of the teeth and is sent over to the lab to create a custom clip-on dental veneer that is made to fit your teeth. Once completed these are mailed back to the clinic for fitting.
Instant dental veneers are one of the cheaper options available and are easily fitted to the patient’s teeth by placing the veneers in hot water to then mold to the teeth.
If you are looking into more information about dental veneers and would like a personal estimate for the cost of dental veneers for you, contact Real Smile Dentistry today! We will review if you are a good candidate for dental veneers, and book a consultation to review all requirements. Book an appointment today with us, we have convenient locations available in Miami Beach 757 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach, FL 33140, and North Miami 11645 Biscayne Blvd, #406 North Miami, FL 33181. We serve patients from Miami Beach FL, Greater Miami FL, Midtown FL, Miami Shores FL, Aventura FL, Wynwood FL, Little Haiti FL, Dodge Island FL, North Miami FL, and Pinewood FL.