Did you know that applying thin, cosmetically-crafted shells over your teeth can completely change the way you look? This is the power of veneers in Orlando. Veneers can magically hide dental imperfections to create your dream smile.
One of the questions patients want to know is how long they can enjoy their veneers. Discussing the longevity of this popular cosmetic treatment is critical to help you decide if it’s the right choice for you.
The type of material used to make the veneers can significantly influence their longevity. Also, how well you care for them is an important factor that greatly contributes to their durability.
Cosmetic dentists love to use porcelain to make veneers because they look realistic. The material is known for its impressive thinness and translucence. Once applied, people won’t be able to tell that they’re artificial shells.
Several studies prove that porcelain veneers can last up to ten years or more. In fact, some light last for two decades if taken care of properly.
The second most popular material in creating veneers is composite resin. The major advantage of composite resin is that it’s cheaper than porcelain. However, the downside is it doesn’t last as long as porcelain. With composite, you can expect your veneers to last between five to ten years, after which you’ll need to replace them.
Have you ever heard of no-prep veneers? As the name implies, this type of veneer doesn’t require special preparation before placing it on your teeth.
Since it’s less invasive, you’ll save a substantial amount of your enamel. With less preparation, the procedure is relatively quick. Studies show that the longevity of no-prep veneers is between ten to 20 years.
Besides the material, you must also follow your cosmetic dentist’s instructions to ensure you get the most out of your veneers.
At Altamonte Implant, we practice the dental arts and find great joy when we see that you are happy with your new smiles. We will fully evaluate your teeth and mouth to create a customized treatment plan that will result in a healthy and beautiful smile. Get in touch with us for an appointment.
– Dr. Atila C. Miranda, DDS –(407) 831-4008752 Stirling Center Pl STE 1000,