Composite Veneers

Direct Veneers

Composite veneers are made of composite resin and fitted over your teeth on the spot. Your teeth are preped, the veneers is applied, harden and adjusted. The direct veneers procedure is completed within one visit. Like porcelain veneers, a thin layer of your tooth surface enamel will still be prepared before bonding on a thin layer of composite in providing your teeth a new surface.

Direct Veneers

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Composite Veneers

Quick. Fast. Direct.

3M Composites

Direct Veneers

hybrid veneers

Hybrid Veneers

Pre-fabricated. Natural-looking

Lab-based Composites

Porcelain Veneers

Indirect veneer is normally made of porcelain and needs to be made in the dental labs. At BIDH cosmetic dental clinic, the process for indirect veneers typically takes around 3 to 7 days. With digitalized dental labs, your cosmetic dentist at BIDH is able to efficiently customized your porcelain veneers at our dental clinic.

Porcelain veneers tends to last longer than composite veneers. Learn more about porcelain veneers and super thin veneers.

Indirect Veneers

Porcelain Veneers

Strong. Durable. Natural-looking

IPS Empress eMax

Indirect Veneers

Super-thin Veneers

No prep or Minimal Prep

Porcelain based


BIDH Cosmetic Dental Clinic

Get a consult with our cosmetic dental specialists on a treatment plan on how your can enhance, improve and restore your smile and your self-confidence. At BIDH dental clinic, we  uses digital dentistry to customized your cosmetic dentistry treatment to you. 

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Composite Veneers

A veneer is a thin restorations or laminate placed over teeth surface. Laminates may be used to cover teeth irregularities or improve the shape and shade of your teeth.

Composite laminates made of composite resin materials are applied directly onto your teeth surface. This direct veneers procedure enables mishaps on teeth to be quickly covered within one appointment visit. Composites however normally are a short to medium option that will need maintenance.

composite veneers

Direct Veneers

Composite laminates direct on teeth 

Composite Veneers Procedure

tooth veneers

Wax up

tooth veneers

Curing to harden dental bonding

1. Treatment Plan & Diagnoses

Your cosmetic dentist discusses on your veneers options, highlights its benefits and limitations. Composite veneers can chip more easily then porcelain veneers. It will also need maintenace over time and care of veneers is required  to prevent damaging them.

A shade guide is then used to choose the desired color shades of composites.

2. Tooth Preparation 

A very thin layer of your teeth is then carefully prep and etch. Your dentist coats a conditioning liquid to adhere the composites to your teeth.

3. Curing of Composites

After applying the composite veneer on, an ultraviolet light cure the veneers in place. This hardens the composite surfaces and your dentist shapes and polishes the veneers.

Post Care Instuctions for Veneers

In caring for your direct veneers

  • brush and floss your teeth with continued good oral hygiene practices
  • maintain a healthy diet and avoid biting on hards foods that, like your natural teeth, can chip your veneers
  • Bi-annual visits to yourr dentist to check and keep your veneers clean and polished
  • Use toothpaste intended for composite and soft-bristled brushes. Avoid ultrasonic scaling devices
  • color-staining food and drinks can stain your composite veneers. If you feel any issues on your composites, visit to your dentist to check and resolve the issue before they become a problem. 
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