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FAQ
Frequently asked questions about Veneers in Toronto

Finalizing Invisalign Treatment with Dental Veneers and Dental Crowns : Smile Transformation

Before Dental Veneers and Dental Crowns in Toronto
Digital Smile Design in Toronto - Treatment Planning and Smile Designing of an Invisalign Patient

Frequently asked questions

How much do dental veneers cost in Ontario?


On average, minimal-prep porcelain veneers cost around $1200-$1500+ Lab Fees per tooth. You can pay around $600 per tooth for composite veneers. Unfortunately, dental insurance policies don't cover dental veneers and other cosmetic dentistry procedures.




Do veneers ruin your real teeth?


No. dental veneers don't ruin your teeth. Dental veneers are relatively simple to adhere to the enamel tissue of the teeth structure. They don't interact with the root or nerves, so they don't interfere with the healthy tooth structure. As a result, your teeth continue to function as expected.




Is it painful to get veneers?


No, getting veneers is not painful. We use a local anesthetic during the preparation and insertion of the veneers. This way, we ensure a painless treatment for our patients. If you are too anxious about dental treatment, your Toronto Dentist can provide Sedation options to make you feel comfortable.




How much are veneers for four front teeth?


On average, minimal-prep porcelain veneers cost around $1200-$1500+ Lab Fees per tooth. Four porcelain veneers cost around $4.800-$6.000+ Lab Fees per tooth.





Before Porcelain Veneers and Dental Crowns

Digital Smile Design

After Invisalign Treatment - Before Dental Veneers and Dental Crowns in Toronto
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Frequently asked questions

Do veneers yellow over time?


It is harder to stain veneers than natural teeth. But this doesn't mean they can't yellow over time. You should maintain impeccable oral hygiene for long-lasting dental veneers. Maintaining proper veneer aftercare can help you protect your smile. All types of dental veneers require a thorough oral hygiene routine, including brushing and flossing. Be gentle and focus more on the gum line to remove all food debris and bacteria when you're brushing. Also, to keep your pearly whites brighter for years, you don't need to reduce smoking and stain-causing foods and beverages like coffee, tea, and red wine.




Do you have to brush veneers?


Maintaining proper veneer aftercare can help you protect your smile. All types of dental veneers require a thorough oral hygiene routine, including brushing and flossing. Be gentle and focus more on the gum line to remove all food debris and bacteria when you're brushing. Also, to keep your pearly whites brighter for years, you don't need to reduce smoking and stain-causing foods and beverages like coffee, tea, and red wine.




Can I eat an apple with veneers?


Yes, you can eat apples with veneers. However, since they are thin shells chemically attached to your enamel tissue, it is better not to pull them out with hard food like apples. For long-lasting, minimally invasive veneers, you should be gentle, but this doesn't mean that you can't eat burgers with dental veneers. Burgers and sandwiches are considerably soft foods compared with apples. Therefore, you can eat them comfortably.




Are veneers worth the money?


They are definitely worth the money you pay. Dental veneer can help us transform and improve patients' smiles with a minimally invasive approach. They are resilient and attractive at the same time.




Can you sleep with veneers?


Sure, you can. Dental veneers act as your natural teeth. A couple of days after the insertion of dental veneers, you won't be able to distinguish the difference.




Who should not get veneers?


Patients with occlusal problems, oral hygiene problems, enamel growth issues, and malocclusion should be assessed carefully regarding dental veneer applications. Usually, they are not good candidates for dental veneer treatments.




Which is better, braces or veneers?


They are entirely different treatment types, and that's why they serve different purposes. Braces are for aligning misaligned teeth by relocating them. Veneers correct mostly shape, size and colour discrepancies. In many cases, we need orthodontic treatments such as Invisalign or Braces and dental veneers at the same time to treat cosmetic dentistry patients.




Do dentists or orthodontists do veneers?


Usually, orthodontists perform only orthodontic treatments such as braces and Invisalign treatments. Dentists provide veneers.




Do teeth have to be straight for veneers?


It depends on the case. In some cases, we can correct alignment issues with dental veneers. In others, we may need orthodontic treatment for aligning them. For a clear answer, you should have a consult your dentist.





Frequently asked questions

How much do dental veneers cost in Ontario?


On average, minimal-prep porcelain veneers cost around $1200-$1500+ Lab Fees per tooth. You can pay around $600 per tooth for composite veneers. Unfortunately, dental insurance policies don't cover dental veneers and other cosmetic dentistry procedures.




Do veneers ruin your real teeth?


No. dental veneers don't ruin your teeth. Dental veneers are relatively simple to adhere to the enamel tissue of the teeth structure. They don't interact with the root or nerves, so they don't interfere with the healthy tooth structure. As a result, your teeth continue to function as expected.




Is it painful to get veneers?


No, getting veneers is not painful. We use a local anesthetic during the preparation and insertion of the veneers. This way, we ensure a painless treatment for our patients. If you are too anxious about dental treatment, your Toronto Dentist can provide Sedation options to make you feel comfortable.




How much are veneers for four front teeth?


On average, minimal-prep porcelain veneers cost around $1200-$1500+ Lab Fees per tooth. Four porcelain veneers cost around $4.800-$6.000+ Lab Fees per tooth.





Before and After Pictures of Dental Veneers after Invisalign Treatment.003.jpeg
Closing teeth gaps with Dental Crowns and Dental Veneers after an orthodontic treatment.
Dr.Johnson Ozgur - Toronto Smile Design

Toronto Smile Design's Dr. Johnson Ozgur is a Toronto Dentist with a Master's Degree in Oral Surgery. He is a DSD Instructor and experienced in smile makeover procedures, including dental implantsporcelain veneersgum contouringteeth whiteningfull mouth reconstructionceramic crowns, and more. To get the perfect and long-lasting smile makeover, please contact our dental office today!

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