Dental Veneers

Dental Veneer – is a thin layer of material placed on the front surface of a tooth in order to improve esthetics and ultimately create a “perfect smile” Veneer can be  made of either resin or ceramic. Many defects can be corrected by dental veneer – namely; 

  • To close the gap
  • Minor tooth rotation or misalignment
  • Discoloration
  • Tooth lengthening and/or shape modification

Interestingly, perfect shape, color and alignment of front teeth can easily be achieved with dental veneers thanks to its fast, and safe innovative technology. Our minimal tooth preparation  (0.3-0.5 mm ) is required in order to gain space for veneers.

With maximum esthetic concerns in veneer cases, thorough examination and detailed discussion with the patient are utmost important in order to meet possible expectations and eventually achieve highest satisfying results.

Example of our Treatment

Divided into 2 major: as mentioned above, types of materials for veneers can be categories; 

Ceramic Resin
Very StrongGreat esthetics, glossy, durableExpensiveMinimum 2 visits required Less strongLess glossy over time and less durableInexpensive1 possible visit

 Treatment time

  • 2 visits( 3 – 7 days up to number of dental veneers required) 


    A: Dental veneers can last for years, and due to they are made with durable material designed for long-lasting results, with good take care of oral hygiene such as brushing and flossing and not hard diet bite on front teeth can maintain dental veneers last long in good condition
    A: Composite veneers may need replacements earlier and more frequently compared to porcelain veneers. In general, The lifespan of composite veneers is may range between 5 to 10 years or need periodotic 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 loose its polish quicker as compared to porcelain veneers, but they can be repolished at cleanings.
    A:Just like natural teeth, you should brush and floss twice a day. Avoid hard diet bite on front teeth.
    A: Like other fillings, it is up to patient oral hygiene and eating behaviour. It could be last for years under dentist advised using condition.
    A:Generally 1 year or more. But if patient intake stain food or drink such tea, coffee, red wine a lot or even smoking it could be less than 1 year.

Make an appointment