Non-Prep Veneers by innoEsthetics
Non-prep veneers, also called dental veneers or veneer discs, are an ultra-thin ceramic layer that is bonded directly to the front teeth without prior grinding of the teeth.
High-quality non-prep veneers from innoEsthetics are wafer-thin, individual, natural and durable. Your perfect smile with Non-Prep Veneers interest-free 63€/month. That is, the total non-prep veneers price is 1,500€ per tooth.
What are non-prep veneers?
Non-Prep Veneers treatment is 100% painless and has no harmful effects on the tooth surface, making it ideal for anxiety sufferers as well! Ceramic veneers without grinding are only 0.1 to 0.3 millimeters thick, which is much thinner than conventional veneers, which can sometimes be up to 1 mm thick.
Non-prep veneers are usually used in people with healthy teeth and good gums. They have the advantage of being reversible – that is, you can be removed without leaving any residue!
Non-prep veneers also provide a very natural look. However, due to their ultra-thin layer, non-prep veneers cannot be used on severely discolored teeth.
As well as in patients whose enamel surface is too thick. Non-Prep dental veneers require less preparation than traditional veneers and can usually be completed in two office visits.
If you are considering veneers without grinding, talk to your dentist to determine if you are a good candidate for this procedure.
Non-Prep difference from normal veneers
Non-prep dental veneers are 0.1 to 0.3 mm thick and normal ceramic veneers are 0.8 to 1 mm thick. This is because non-prep veneers are used exclusively for cosmetically minimal changes. This does not require the tooth to be ground and is therefore a very quick, painless and effective solution for patients whose initial situation allows them to wear a non-prepared veneer.
Sequence up to your Non-Prep veneers
Applying non-preps is a relatively simple and quick process, which can usually be completed in just two sessions.
For whom are they suitable?
Non-prep veneers are a great option for anyone who wants to beautify their smile without major dental procedures. With this can be used to correct a variety of aesthetic problems, including:
Veneers without having to grind are also a good choice for people with sensitive teeth or gums. The minimally invasive nature of the procedure makes it an attractive option for many patients.
If you are considering kermic shells, be sure to consult with a qualified dentist to determine if they are right for you.
When are non-prep veneers useful?
Non-prep veneers are an ideal option for people looking for a minimally invasive option – to improve their smile.
For example, if the central incisors are very large and the lateral ones seem very small in proportion and before you simply grind down healthy teeth, non-prep veneers are a smart and quick solution.
Here, the surface is then merely polished at some points on the teeth for a snug fit. Because this procedure is performed completely without local significance, as it does not cause any pain.
In order to determine whether treatment with non-prep or more normal veneers is an option for you, a precise assessment of your current initial situation by your dentist is required. Let us advise you now and make an appointment in our practice in Bochum or Munich.
Non-Prep advantages and disadvantages at a glance
The biggest advantage of non-prep veneers is the beautification of minimal dental problems or old teeth. And that’s exactly what non-prep veneers do well. Although they are very thin, 0.1 mm to 0.3 mm, it gives you a new beautiful smile.
Another advantage that is important to many patients is the non-abrasive bonding of the tooth surface. This is because many people are afraid of going to the dentist and would like to avoid dental preparation if possible.
Because the non-preps are applied without grinding, the treatment is 100% painless. directly attachable veneers are one of the fastest solutions to effectively correct minimal dental problems .
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Do you have any questions?
What is the difference between non-prep veneers and conventional veneers?
Non-prep veneers are applied to uncut teeth. They are 0.1 to 0.3 mm thick. Normal veneers are 0.8 to 1 mm thick. The teeth are minimally ground for this purpose. The advantage here is that they are much thicker and therefore tooth impurities do not show through, which is the case with non-prepared veneers.
How many non-prep trays do I need?
It depends on the individual desire, as you are completely free to decide how many you want to have. Usually we propose a package and then decided together with you what should be done.
Will the health insurance pay for my treatment?
No, non-prep veneers are a private service and are not covered by health insurance.
Is payment in installments possible?
Yes, installment payment of non-prep ceramic veneers is possible with us. It is offered with a term of up to 72 months through an external service provider, with 24 months interest-free. This means that if the Non-Prep Veneera is paid off over 2 years, there is no additional cost due to the installment payment.