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Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are thin shells of porcelain adhered to the outer-surface of the tooth.

Porcelain has a translucent quality that is quite similar to tooth enamel.  Porcelain is a far stronger material than composite resin (even with the improvements in resin materials over the years).  Most dentists agree that porcelain veneers offer the most natural, tooth-like aesthetics. 

E-max Veneers


What is the difference between E-max and porcelain veneers?

eMax veneers come in thicknesses of between 0.3mm and 0.5mm, while conventional porcelain veneers have a minimum thickness of 0.5mm. eMax veneers allow for more flexibility. Increased durability – Traditional porcelain veneers are prone to cracks and chips because of their thickness.

Crafted from high strength porcelain and custom-made for the individual, Emax Veneers are thin layered and bonded to the front surface of the teeth. This enhances both the function and appearance of teeth.


How long does E-max Veneers last? E-max veneers done with average dentist can last up to 5 to 20 years, depending on how well you take care of them.  Usually correcting your bite is ideal before doing a set of veneers. 

Are E-max veneers the best?

As for choosing which material to use for your veneers, if you prefer a material that has better light transmission, translucency, and outstanding aesthetics, then E-max is the choice for you. The fact that it allows more light gives your veneers a more natural appeal.

Porcelain Veneers
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