Instant Veneers

Instant Dental veneers are taking the cosmetic dentistry world by storm , but what are they?

If you have a broken down tooth, or one that is chipped then instant veneers can help. Your dentist will clean the tooth and may trim away a small amount of tooth if the area that has broken has gone really dark.

Your dentist will then apply a bonding solution to the outer surface of your tooth. Using a special ‘composite’ tooth coloured material (similar to putty in consistency) the dentist will then rebuild your tooth to the correct shape and size by adding this material.

How long to instant veneers last?

This depends on a range of factors from your diet to your bite, but they should be able to last for a few years if looked after well.

How many teeth can be done with Instant Veneers?

This really depends on the create skill of your dentist and how confident they are to apply this material to many teeth at once. It also depends on how much of the front of the tooth is being covered at any one time. The best thing is to ask your dentist for advice.

How much do Instant Veneers cost?

Typically Instant veneers are cheaper than conventional ceramic veneers as there is no dental laboratory involved in the process.

Again, speaking to your dentist will help find out the full cost of instant veneers although we would estimate that it is in the region of £250 upwards.

 

 

 

 

Instant Veneers

Instant Tooth Veneers

Also known as dental bonding, ‘Instant (composite) Veneers’ are a  way of restoring chipped and broken teeth immediately in the dental surgery without any need to wait for a dental laboratory to manufacture your new veneer.

The technique derives its name as composite materials are bonded on to your tooth.  Dental Bonding is most often used for cosmetic treatments.

Are you looking for:

  • Perfect teeth?
  • An instant smile, often known as an instasmile?
  • Broken teeth to be rebuilt?
  • Chipped teeth to be restored?
  • The cheapest option?
  • The quickest option?

Then instant veneers by dental bonding could be for you.

Advantages of dental bonding and instant veneers

  1.  Lower cost than regular veneers
  2. Less intrusive and speedier than traditional Porcelain Veneers
  3. Immediate or instant veneers can be done in one appointment, after the preliminary consultation broken teeth can be fixed quickly if chipped.
  4. Planning of the treatment is faster, and everything is done all at once in around 40 minutes per tooth
  5. There is no laboratory fee for planning or the final veneers, which decreases the dentist’s expenditures, this means often they are cheaper than conventional veneers.

The cost of Instant veneers or dental bonding

Typically the treatment is available from private cosmetic dentists for upwards of £200 per tooth. Please ask your cosmetic dentist for an exact price.

What types of cosmetic problem can bonding overcome?

  • To repair decayed teeth by placing a white filling
  • To fix damaged or broken down teeth
  • To increase the overall look of stained teeth
  •  To close areas between teeth
  • To increase the length of your teeth
  • To alter the appearance of teeth
  • As a more attractive substitute to traditional grey metal fillings
  • To secure a part of the tooth that has been revealed when gum areas recede

Is dental bonding the same as clip on veneers?

No, dental bonding is permanently adhered to the surface of your tooth to rebuild and reshape, clip on veneers can be removed by the patient. Immediate veneers with dental bonding are far superior to clip in veneers or veneers that snap on to create your new smile.

How long does an instant veneer take?

You can usually work on approximately 40 min per tooth.

Do instant veneers hurt?

Because the treatment is usually minimally invasive it can often be performed with no anaesthetic, this means the treatment is completely painless.

What are instant veneers made from?

Instant veneers are made from a composite resin, the resin comes in a multitude of shapes designed to match every colour of the tooth. The dentist applies the composite resin to your tooth then tears it with a specially  adapted during light which operates at a specific frequency to ensure the resin is completely hard.