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Frequently Asked Questions
We know you have questions about porcelain laminate veneers. Browse our FAQ section, and please reach out at any time.
While our team is experts in maximizing the utilization of your dental insurance benefits, most insurance plans, unfortunately, do not cover veneer treatments. Canadian health insurance does not extend to complex dental care such as veneers at this time
With meticulous technique, proper design, and regular professional maintenance, veneers can be durable and long-lasting. Veneers can continue to function stably for over 10 years in many cases.
No. While most commonly used to treat esthetic issues, veneers can be an excellent means to treat conditions such as advanced dental wear. Being primarily additive and secured to teeth with resin bonding, they can also be used to replace worn-away tooth structure on small teeth. This improves the bite and prevents further wear.
Although they appear visually similar, veneers are far more conservative on tooth structure than crowns. Veneers are typically recommended when the internal strength of the tooth is completely intact. The ceramic is functioning to improve only the outer layer of the tooth. Crowns are recommended when bite forces are higher and reinforcing of the tooth structure is required.