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The Differences Between Composite and Porcelain Tooth Veneers

The Differences Between Composite and Porcelain Tooth  Veneers

The Differences Between Composite and Porcelain Tooth Veneers

The difference between composite and porcelain veneers when it comes to cosmetic dentistry will primarily relate to cost, although there are other factors to consider too.

Experienced dentists such as the the team at dentfixTurkey and other dental practices will be able to explain the difference. To give you some ideas about whether composite or porcelain veneers could be best for your needs, we have set out some differences below.

Cost

Porcelain veneers may be more expensive to buy but they will last longer than composite ones. Affording the porcelain ones will prove cost-effective in the long run. However, when our budget is limited and we want a short-term fix to how we look, then composite veneers will provide the perfect answer.

Many will not want to think it, but how we look makes a great deal of difference to everything that we try and do. A good look will improve our chances when dating and of getting our dream job. We are judged on our appearance whether we like it or not. This has meant that cosmetic dentistry is more popular than it has ever been. During the pandemic, we have been stuck at home and had more time to think about just what is important to us and everyone else.

Longevity

In keeping with their higher cost, porcelain veneers will last longer than composite ones will. This is because they are stronger in construction. It is natural in anything that you get what you pay for.

Porcelain veneers represent an excellent choice for those who are looking for that more permanent solution to improve their looks. They will last longer because they are generally more durable and stain-resistant as a material.

Composite veneers will typically remain intact for between 3 and 10 years on average. Ultimately, this will depend on how you look after them. You have a second chance now to look after your teeth. The longevity of composite veneers will be dependant on our lifestyle choices. It will depend on the types of foods that we choose to consume from now onwards, as well as our oral hygiene habits.

In contrast, porcelain veneers will generally last between 10 and 15 years. This will give you peace of mind for all this time and turn this part of your life into perhaps a more confident one than in recent years. A person’s looks are, of course, not everything, but they make a difference to lots of people.

Natural Look

If you prefer the natural look, then you will want to opt for porcelain veneers. These look more natural than their composite equivalent. Both will improve the look of teeth that are jagged or chipped though and therefore it is important to compare both options before deciding which option might be best for your needs. As long as you find an experienced dentist that is committed to helping you to get a perfect smile, you should be able to enjoy a natural looking set of teeth for a very long time.

Minimally Invasive

Composite veneers are a minimally invasive treatment. This is reassuring, especially if we want to bring our smile back to how it used to be when we were young and carefree with as little downtime as possible. Everybody wants a pain-free treatment with the least amount of recovery time possible, and that is what we mean by a minimally-invasive treatment.

Well, those are some key differences between the two different types of veneers used in dentistry. We hope this guide has proved useful when it comes to making your decision about whether to consider veneers as a solution to improving your smile.

Do you prefer composite or porcelain veneers? While both can drastically improve your smile, it is vital that you do as much research as possible before committing to a course of action.

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