What are Porcelain/Ceramic Veneers?

Porcelain/Ceramic veneers are thin custom-made porcelain/ceramic shells that bond to the natural tooth structure to improve the overall appearance of the teeth. Veneers are the gold standard of cosmetic dentistry, they provide long-term results and have a very natural appearance. The material of the Veneer reflects light in a very similar way to how a natural tooth would, this is because it can be made very transculent. The treatment can be done with minimal preparation to the natural tooth structure, therefore it is a conservative treatment option.

Porcelain/Ceramic Veneers can be completed in 2-3 appointments. They are usually one week apart. Depending on the number of veneers you are having, this alters the length of the appointment time.

We completely understand that you would want to know what the final result would look like. Therefore, we create a ‘trial smile’. This is a temporary model of your teeth that will help you visualise the final result. We can make changes to your trial smile if required to ensure you are happy with the final result.

The preparation for veneers is usually very minimal. We can sometimes do this with no anaesthetic. In cases where more alteration is required we can use anaesthetic, this means you won’t be able to feel anything.

We select the colour of your veneers together with a shade guide. We ensure you are happy with the colour choice before selecting the final shade of the veneers. We do this by creating a ‘trial smile’. This is so you get to see what the veneers will look like before cementing the final ones.

Porcelain/Ceramic is a very long-lasting material. They are prone to little to no discolouration over time. They can last from 10 years upwards.

Porcelain/Ceramic Veneers start at 13,000 THB. We have promotional offers available if you are having 6 veneers or more to lower the cost.

Contact one of our SmileExperts today to begin your Porcelain/Ceramic Veneers journey with SmileBox Dental

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Not sure about Porcelain/Ceramic Veneers? Here are some other treatment options that may be suitable for you:

Composite Veneers
Teeth Whitening
Composite Bonding