Edelweiss veneers are a long-lasting way to improve the look of your front teeth. Our dentists at Dr. Bede Dental Office use these veneers to design a perfect smile and enhance tooth aesthetics without complicated procedures or pain.

What Are Eldeweiss Veneers?

Edelweiss veneers are created with laser technology. This material mimics the perfect shape and appearance of the front surface of teeth, making them look completely natural. Another advantage of Edelweiss veneers is that they can be individually tailored to each patient’s needs during placement.

Unlike composite veneers, Edelweiss veneers are more resistant to environmental factors because they are factory-made. Compared to ceramic veneers, the process of getting Edelweiss veneers is much simpler and results in a quicker transformation of your smile.

When Are Edelweiss Veneers Recommended?

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Edelweiss veneers are recommended for people who are dissatisfied with the appearance of their front teeth. With these veneers, we can change the shape, color, and size of teeth to match the anatomical characteristics of your jaw and bite.
It’s important to note that for teeth with large fillings or discoloration due to root canal treatments, we recommend ceramic crowns instead of veneers for better aesthetic results.

How Are Eldeweiss Veneers Placed?

The procedure for placing these veneers is very straightforward and requires two visits to the dental clinic. During the first visit, we will do an examination and analysis. This involves discussing with the patient what needs to be done to achieve the desired results, including the color and size of the teeth. Taking an impression of the teeth is also essential during this visit.

After a few days, we schedule a second visit for the veneer placement. The time required for placement depends on the number of teeth being treated, averaging around 30 minutes per tooth. This process is completely painless and comfortable for the patient, involving no invasive methods or drilling. Breaks can be taken as needed during the procedure.

After placing the veneers, we refine all edges to keep the gums healthy and achieve the desired appearance. We also adjust the bite to prevent veneer breakage while eating.

It’s important to note that a patient’s habits can affect the longevity of veneers. Patients who have a habit of biting nails or objects, as well as those who grind their teeth at night, should consider alternative ways to change the appearance of their teeth.

In comparison to other types of veneers, the cost of Edelweiss veneers falls between composite and ceramic veneers, at 12,000 RSD per tooth.

The most important aspect of deciding to get veneers is to evaluate whether this method can meet the patient’s aesthetic requirements while providing a quality and long-term solution. To determine if you’re a suitable candidate for veneers, you can schedule a free examination and consultation where we’ll explore all possible solutions in your case.