Dental Veneers

At LuxeSmile Dentistry, we offer dental veneers, thin custom-made shells, to correct various dental issues such as chipped, discolored, or misaligned teeth, enhancing both appearance and functionality. Learn more about how our advanced veneer solutions can improve your smile.

Dental Veneers in Pembroke and Marshfield, MA

Dental veneers are thin, custom-made shells crafted from tooth-colored materials designed to cover the front surface of teeth, enhancing your smile’s appearance. These aesthetic marvels are ideal for treating a variety of dental issues, including chipped, broken, discolored, or slightly misaligned teeth. By opting for veneers, our patients can achieve a brighter, more even, and attractive smile with results that are both immediate and stunning.

Choosing dental veneers at LuxeSmile Dentistry means opting for a durable solution that not only improves the look of your teeth but also offers protection to the damaged enamel. Our expert team uses state-of-the-art technology to ensure that each veneer is a perfect fit for your unique smile, blending seamlessly with your natural teeth for an indistinguishable and flawless finish. Discover how LuxeSmile Dentistry can help you gain the confidence of a beautiful smile with dental veneers.

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  • How do dental veneers work?

    Dental veneers are custom-made shells that improve the appearance of teeth by covering their front surface. Here’s a simplified overview of the process:

    1. Consultation and Planning: You’ll discuss your dental goals with your dentist, who may take X-rays and impressions.
    2. Tooth Preparation: A small amount of enamel is removed from your teeth to accommodate the veneers.
    3. Impression Taking: An impression of your prepared teeth is sent to a lab where the veneers are made.
    4. Temporary Veneers: You might receive temporary veneers while waiting for the permanent ones.
    5. Veneer Bonding: The permanent veneers are adjusted for fit and color, then bonded to your teeth using a special cement and hardened with a light beam.
    6. Final Adjustments: Excess cement is removed, and any necessary adjustments are made to ensure a proper fit.

    This process offers a durable and aesthetic solution with minimal alteration to your natural teeth.

  • What types of dental veneers are available?

    Dental veneers are available in several types, each suited to different needs:

    1. Porcelain Veneers: Highly durable and natural-looking, these are popular for their ability to resist stains and mimic the light reflection of natural teeth. They typically last 10-15 years but require some enamel removal.
    2. Composite Resin Veneers: Less expensive and applied in one visit, these veneers are made from a tooth-colored resin and are easier to repair, lasting about 5-7 years.
    3. Lumineers: These ultra-thin veneers are about as thick as a contact lens and often require no tooth preparation. They are less invasive and can be reversible.
    4. Removable Veneers (Snap-On Veneers): Temporary and affordable, these are made from a flexible resin material and can be removed as needed.

    Each type offers distinct advantages, and your dentist can help you choose the best option based on your dental condition and aesthetic goals.

  • Veneers vs crowns — What's the difference?

    Dental veneers and crowns are both popular dental restoration methods that enhance the appearance and function of teeth, but they differ in design, purpose, and application:


    • Veneers only cover the front surface of the tooth and a small portion of the sides and biting edge. They are primarily used for cosmetic improvements.
    • Crowns encase the entire visible part of the tooth—above the gum line—providing more comprehensive coverage. They are used not only for aesthetic enhancement but also to restore the structure, strength, and function of a damaged tooth.

    Material Thickness:

    • Veneers are typically about 0.5 to 0.7 millimeters thick, requiring minimal tooth preparation where a thin layer of enamel is removed.
    • Crowns are generally thicker, about 2 millimeters, necessitating more extensive tooth reshaping to accommodate the crown.


    • Veneers are ideal for correcting the color, size, and shape of teeth, making them a popular choice for cosmetic adjustments.
    • Crowns are indicated for teeth that have substantial damage or decay, have undergone root canal treatment, or are cracked, as they provide added strength and protection against further deterioration.

    Durability and Longevity:

    • Veneers, particularly those made from porcelain, are durable and can last up to 10 to 15 years with proper care.
    • Crowns can last 10 to 30 years, depending on the material used (such as porcelain, metal, or a combination), and they offer robust structural support.


    • Both options can be similar in cost, but crowns are generally slightly more expensive due to the materials used and the comprehensive protection they offer.

    Choosing between veneers and crowns depends on the specific dental needs, the condition of the teeth being treated, and the desired outcome. A dentist can provide guidance based on an individual’s unique dental health and aesthetic goals.

More Questions?

If you have more questions about dental veneers, please contact our office and we will be happy to discuss further.

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Marshfield, MA 02050
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Marshfield, MA 02050
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