refers to a type of denture that, if described visually and as we are familiar with, resembles artificial teeth. Veneers are also considered a type of denture, but the difference lies in the fact that veneers do not cover the entire tooth. Instead, they involve using a material that has a tooth-like appearance to coat or attach to the front surface of the tooth. Veneers are designed to enhance the beauty of teeth and help prevent potential damage to the tooth surface. They can be beneficial for individuals with gaps, small teeth, chipped teeth, slightly crooked teeth, unevenly colored teeth, or severely discolored teeth, as they can restore beauty.
The materials used for veneers are divided into two types:
- Composite: This is the same material used for dental fillings.
- Porcelain: This is a type of ceramic material.
beautiful with a natural-looking shine, strong and highly resistant to breakage. It has a smooth texture, does not absorb colors or odors from consuming food such as tea, coffee, carbonated drinks, or smoking. It maintains its beauty throughout its lifespan.
Avoid chewing on hard foods within 24 hours after getting dental veneers.
Starting from 11,000 Baht per tooth, excluding other additional services and pre-veneer treatment. Starting from 11,000 Baht per tooth, excluding other additional services and pre-veneer treatment. *0% installment plan for up to 10 months.