Types of Veneers

No Prep Veneers

These veneers have many different brand names such as Lumineers, they are ultra-thin porcelain (less than .3mm) bonded over your teeth without reshaping of your teeth, there is no anesthesia needed. However No-prep veneers have limitations, they work best when the teeth are smaller than ideal, in good alignment without severe discoloration problems, otherwise the result could be a bulky
monochromatic smile.

Traditional Veneers

Traditional veneers require minimal tooth reduction which is necessary and desirable to give you the smile of a lifetime, much more attractive than with the No-prep veneers in most cases. So if you are going to spend the money for a cosmetic procedure you might as well get the best esthetic results using the best techniques and materials from the first time, given that the difference in tooth reduction is minimal and the esthetic results are far more superior with the traditional veneers.
During your complimentary consultation at Simply Veneers our doctors will discuss all options available, explain what is best for you and help you make the best treatment choice.

Traditional veneers have many different brands, such as Da Vinci, Procera, Zirconia, IPS Empress, Feldspathic porcelain, and IPS E. Max. Depending on your needs, the doctors at Simply Veneers will decide which type best fits all your goals.

Composite Veneers

Composite Veneers
They are traditionally placed in one visit there only advantage over porcelain veneers is price, however they do not look nearly as natural as porcelain veneers and are mainly used on one or two teeth.