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 Composite Veneers

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Injection Molding Composite Veneers

This is everything you've always wanted to get to that new makeover or smile, but without the need for invasive procedures. Have you dreaded the idea of removing healthy enamel just so you can replace it with beautiful ceramics? Bowman Dental has your solution with Injection Molding Composite Veneers!

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Keep scrolling to see examples of cases we do on a weekly basis for people who transformed their smiles in a single visit, and with NO NEEDLES, NO DISCOMFORT, LITTLE TO NO TOOTH STRUCTURE REMOVAL, and for less than 1/3 the cost of traditional ceramic veneers.

We can instantly improve the look of your smile with composite resin veneers. Like porcelain veneers, the direct composite resin veneer can be used to correct gaps between teeth, broken or chipped teeth, poorly-shaped teeth, slightly crooked teeth and stained teeth. Composite resin veneers can be created chair side in JUST ONE VISIT! These treatment alternatives are less expensive and a much faster quicker alternative to porcelain veneers.

Injection mold veneers are THE IDEAL SOLUTION for those who don't want to deal with the significant costs, drawbacks and inconveniences of traditional ceramic veneers.

Are Composite Veneers the Solution for You?

You might consider composite veneers over porcelain veneers if you:

  • Are looking for a SIGNIFICANTLY MORE AFFORDABLE alternative to porcelain veneers

  • Want to INSTANTLY IMPROVE YOUR SMILE in time for a wedding or other significant event

  • You like the convenience of single appointment placement

  • Desire a less-invasive procedure that retains more of the tooth’s structure and strength

  • Would like veneers that can be easily repaired if damaged

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What Are Traditional Veneers And Composite Veneers

Commonly, when people talk about veneers, they are talking about traditional veneers which are made of thin porcelain. These veneers are made from an impression of your prepared teeth so that they are perfectly-fitted and highly durable.

Now, that’s not to say that composite veneers are a bad choice—because they are great. The ceramic veneer is still the gold standard in beauty, realism, and durability

The Injection Molding Composite Veneer is made of composite resin, which can be quickly applied to your teeth for a fast and attractive smile makeover.


While composite veneers are very affordable, they will generally only last between 8-10 years before you need to have them reapplied. While composite resin veneers are strong, they are far more prone to chipping than porcelain veneers. On the plus side, if a composite veneer becomes chipped, it can be repaired.

Compare that durability to porcelain veneers, which will generally last longer with the proper care. Once the porcelain veneers are bonded with your healthy teeth, they should not be more chip-prone than your natural teeth. However, if your porcelain veneers become chipped or damaged, they will need to be replaced entirely and can’t be repaired like composite veneers.

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Porcelain veneers will take at least two visits to be applied.


First, our dentists have to remove some of the tooth structure, then take an impression of the teeth which will receive the porcelain veneers. The impression will be sent to a dental fabrication lab to make your custom traditional veneers.


Between the visits, you must have a set of temporary veneers, which adds to the overall costs, and they are very challenging to manage while you wear them for about 6 weeks.

With composite veneers, the turnaround time is much faster. You can have composite veneers applied in one session with your dentist. Also, in most cases, you won’t need any dental material removed. That way, if you want to remove your veneers later, there is no problem. But with porcelain veneers, you will need some kind of replacement, as you will be missing enamel.



With both types of veneers, you have options when it comes to the shade they come in. But, with composite veneers, keeping the color the same can be tough, as they can become stained like your natural teeth.

As for porcelain veneers, they are stain-resistant, allowing you to have a brighter, whiter smile without worry. Also, while composite resin is dense like the natural tooth material, porcelain veneers are able to reflect light the way your natural teeth do, making them appear more natural than composite veneers.

Who Is Eligible for Dental Veneers?

Not everyone is a suitable candidate for this dental procedure. Here are some factors that can determine eligibility:

  • Good Oral Health: Before considering veneers, it’s important to have good oral health. This means no active gum disease, tooth decay, or root canal infection. These issues need to be addressed before veneers can be placed.

  • Sufficient Enamel: Since veneers are bonded to your tooth enamel, enough enamel is crucial for this procedure. If the enamel is too thin or worn away, the bonding process may not be successful.

  • Healthy Habits: People who grind or clench their teeth may not be good candidates for veneers because these habits can cause the veneers to chip or crack. However, in some cases, wearing a night guard can help protect the veneers.

  • Good Oral Hygiene: Candidates for veneers should be committed to maintaining good oral hygiene, including brushing, flossing, and regular dental check-ups. Although veneers cover the front of your teeth, the rest and gums are still susceptible to dental problems.

  • Realistic Expectations: Candidates should be realistic about what veneers can and cannot do. While they can greatly improve the appearance of your smile, they’re not always a solution for more severe dental problems like underbites or overbites.

How To Decide Which Type Of Veneer Is Right For You

Here at Bowman Dental, our dentists offer both types of veneers, as both types meet different needs for our dental patients. Some of the factors that can help you decide between porcelain veneers vs. composite veneers are:

Choosing the proper dental treatment may feel daunting, especially with options like composite veneers and porcelain veneers. Both have their strengths, and the best choice depends on factors like longevity, cost, and personal needs.

Meanwhile, here are some considerations to think about:

1. Cost

Evaluating immediate expenses and long-term value is vital when considering the composite vs. porcelain veneer price. Porcelain veneers are initially more expensive due to the specialized skills involved and the use of high-quality dental labs.


However, although cheaper upfront, composite veneers may need more frequent replacements and potentially incur additional costs over time. Thus, analyzing composite vs porcelain veneer prices involves assessing initial expenditure and potential future expenses.

2. Comfort

Both can be considered comfortable once placed. But remember that the natural tooth may need to be less altered for a composite veneer.


3. Care

Both types of veneers require proper oral hygiene to last. This includes regular brushing, flossing, and avoiding unhealthy oral habits like opening packages with your teeth or chewing on hard objects.

To consult with our dentists concerning your veneers, contact us today. We look forward to helping you achieve your ideal smile!

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