There are many individuals looking to have a great, winning smile. However, there are those who have gaps in their teeth, or have chipped, discolored, or worn teeth. Cerinate veneers can provide a solution to these individuals. Plus, because of its design, there is no need for shots, drilling, or any other form of discomfort during the procedure.
*The average cost of a single tooth Cerinate Veneer will cost between $1,000 to $1,200.
Cerinate Porcelain also has low coefficient thermal expansion which means that it prevents the material from fracturing or de-bonding.
Cerinate Veneers have proven to be successful and longer lasting than other forms of veneers.
If you're considering Cerinate veneers to enhance your smile, the following information will provide you with a good introduction to the procedure. This is just designed to give you a basic understanding of the procedure. But for more detailed information about how this procedure will help you, we recommend that you consult a cosmetic dentist with experience in applying Cerinate veneers.
- How are Cerinate Veneers different from other types of veneers?
- Where will it be performed, how long will it take and how much pain is there?
- What can I expect afterward?
- Ideal Candidate
How are Cerinate Veneers different from other types of veneers?
Cerinate veneers, much like any other veneer laminate, are designed to improve the appearance of chipped, worn, or discolored teeth. What makes Cerinate veneers better than other types of veneers in that Cerinate porcelain is stronger and more durable than those made of plastic. It is a durable material that can endure chipping, cracking, and staining. Cerinate Porcelain is different from other porcelain veneers in that it can be made very thin and translucent while maintaining its strength. Also, it does not irritate the gums and it has the appearance of a tooth's natural structure. This is a material that can help you achieve a long-lasting aesthetically pleasing smile.
Where will it be performed, how long will it take and how much pain is there?
The procedures are performed at the dentist's office and usually take about an hour to be placed on the patient's teeth. In certain cases, the procedure can take two dental visits to complete. The actual length of the entire procedure depends on the amount of dental work that needs to be done. As far as how much pain in involved, one of the advantages to Cerinate Veneers is that there is little or no discomfort during the procedure. To learn more, please consult with your cosmetic dentist.
What can I expect afterward?
Cerinate Veneers can give you that great smile. Plus, since they are strong and made to last, individuals can keep this winning smile for many years. Since procedures and results vary, consult with your cosmetic dentist as far as what to expect following your particular procedure.
- In general, the best candidates for Cerinate veneers:
- Enjoy good oral health
- Want to improve appearance
- Are well informed in regard to the procedure's outcome
- Have realistic expectations
The above is just some of the criteria that your dentist will consider in determining whether or not this procedure is appropriate for you. Also, there is no certain age group that can best benefit from Cerinate Veneers, except, of course, children who still have their baby teeth. However, be sure to ask your dentist if he /she considers you an ideal candidate for Cerinate veneers.
The information on this web site is only intended as an introduction to this procedure and should not be used to determine whether you will have the procedure performed nor as a guarantee of the result. The best method of determining your options is to consult qualified surgeons who are able to answer specific questions related to your situation.
*Disclaimer: Costs source: American Society of Plastic Surgery (ASAPS). Most surgeons offer convenient payments plans for this procedure. Cost does not include anesthesia, operating room facility, hospital stay, and other related expenses. Costs may vary depending the extensiveness of the procedure, location, and other factors. Costs are provided solely for research purposes. For specific estimates, please contact a qualified plastic surgeon.