Dental Veneers at The Ivory Dental Clinic in Bangkok

Dental veneers can improve your smile immediately.


Dental Veneers

The procedure for a Dental Veneer in Bangkok is when a thin layer of material is placed on the front surface of a tooth to improve aesthetics and ultimately create a “perfect smile” Veneers can be made of either resin or ceramic. Many defects can be corrected by dental veneers, including:

  • Closing Gaps
  • Minor tooth rotation or misalignment
  • Discoloration
  • Tooth lengthening or shape modification

A perfect shape, color, and alignment of front teeth can easily be achieved with porcelain veneers in Thailand thanks to its fast and safe innovative technology. Minimal tooth preparation (0.3-0.5 mm ) is required to gain space for the veneers.

 The Ivory Dental Clinic Veneers

To reassure the patient of any aesthetic concerns in veneer cases, a thorough examination, and detailed consultation with the patient will be done. Patient satisfaction and comfort is our top concern.

Example of our Treatment

Veneers is divided into 2 major types: as mentioned below, the types of materials used for veneers are;

Ceramic Veneers Composite Veneers
Very Strong with excellent aesthetics. These are glossy, and durable but more expensive – A minimum of 2 visits are required  Less strong, and less glossy over time and less durable but they are inexpensive – only 1 visit is required
The Ivory Dental Clinic Veneers

 Treatment time

  • 2 visits for ceramic veneers ( 3 – 7 days per number of dental veneers are required)



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A: Dental veneers in Thailand can last for years, and are worth the cost because they are made with durable material designed for long-lasting results, with a good regime of oral hygiene such as regular brushing and flossing and minimizing stress on the front teeth from eating hard foods, the dental veneers will last a long time in good condition.

A: Composite veneers may need replacements earlier and more frequently compared to porcelain veneers. In general, the lifespan of composite veneers may range between 2 to 5 years, and the need for periodic maintenance.

A: Composite veneers will slowly darken over the years and the only way to lighten the veneer is to replace it. Composite may also lose its polish quicker when compared to porcelain veneers, but they can be repolished during your routine visits to the dentist.

    A: Just like natural teeth, you should brush and floss twice a day. Avoid hard foods that might put too much stress on the front teeth.

A: Like other fillings, it is up to the patient’s oral hygiene and eating behavior. It could last for years if the dentist’s instructions are followed closely.

A: Generally 1 year or more. But it will also depend on the patient’s diet. The whitened teeth will last less than a year if tea, coffee, and red wine is consumed and if the patient smokes.