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They’re how celebrities get incredible smile transformations. And they’re how you can make your nagging cosmetic concerns vanish practically overnight.
Each person has a different mouth and face shape, so a beautiful smile on one person might not look great on someone else.
That’s where our Burnaby dentists’ 30+ years of cosmetic dentistry experience makes a difference. We won’t just copy the latest celebrity fad — we’ll create a smile that looks amazing on you.
*All photos are of work done by Dr. Balogh on actual patients
None of the photos have been retouched other than to crop images to the appropriate size and area of interest. These photos are examples only. The exact and potential outcome varies with each patient, depending on many factors such as the presenting condition(s), general health, and dental health, etc. If you wish to learn more we recommend contacting us for a consultation to discuss your concerns, treatment options, and results that are feasible for your dental condition.
There’s nothing like natural beauty. But a little refinement can make a smile’s natural appearance go from good to gorgeous.
We’re big on transparency and patient education. By the time you start your treatment, you’ll know what to expect — and why it’s being done.
With their strength, stain resistance, and incredibly natural look, porcelain veneers typically cost around $1600 per tooth. If you’re looking for a faster, more economical option that still delivers incredible results, composites generally cost around $825 per tooth.
With up to $25,000 in financing for cosmetic dental procedures, it’s easy to get your veneers and pay at a pace that works for you.
It depends on a couple of factors: the type of veneers you receive and the tooth preparation method your cosmetic dentist uses to attach your veneers to the tooth surface.
Porcelain veneers tend to last around 15 years, but can last for 20 or more years if you’re careful. By comparison, composite veneers have an average lifespan of around 6 years, although – like porcelain veneers – they can last for longer if they’re diligently cared for.
In both cases, veneers that are bonded to tooth enamel rather than the dentin layer underneath usually form a stronger, longer-lasting bond.
With the right tooth and oral health preparation, veneers can be a great option for nearly anyone to correct uneven teeth, cover cracks, protect chipped teeth, provide teeth whitening, and address other cosmetic problems, particularly for your front teeth.
The most important considerations are whether the natural tooth structure has enough enamel for a veneer to be securely attached and a person’s overall oral health – particularly around the gums.
Each type of veneer has its advantages and drawbacks as a cosmetic dentistry option. In general, porcelain veneers are stronger and more stain resistant than composites, but are more challenging to refine, which leads to higher prices.
Both are great options for refining your natural teeth – it just depends on what your budget can accommodate and how quickly you need to see results.
If you have a very mild case of crooked teeth, veneers may be an option for you to correct your dental concerns. If you have moderately misaligned teeth though, the veneer procedure won’t shape your smile and address the underlying dental issues with the same results as proper orthodontic treatment.
Schedule a veneers consultation at VCCID and find out just how easy it is to get your smile looking exactly the way you want it to.