How long will the dental veneers last?

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In general American dentists tend to claim 10 years. We have very few patients that need replacing in that time. Looking at patients from 17-18 years ago most veneers are still looking good.

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How can I get porcelain veneers for my teeth without the need to shave off my teeth?

There are very few situations where there is no need to remove some bulk from the tooth to fit veneers. You have large gaps in between your teeth. Your teeth are already thinned down from previous fillings or acid erosion (you must still have enamel covering the tooth surface for predictable long-term bonding). If BOTH of these criteria exist, then it may be possible to have porcelain veneers without much trimming. Trimming tooth structure for veneers achieves 2 functions: Creates an end-stop for the porcelain to end and to allow easier seating of the veneer.

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What do I need to consider when it comes to Dental Veneers?

Dental veneers change the colour, shape and position of your teeth. There are two types of veneers: direct—which are composite fillings—and indirect.

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