Why more people are making the move to instasmile over porcelain veneers
If you take a look at before and after photographs for both options, you will notice there doesn’t appear to be much difference. This is because both solutions provide a beautiful white smile. However, there are a number of benefits associated with going down the instasmile route. This includes the following:
You won’t damage your existing teeth
With traditional veneers, your existing teeth and enamel will be scraped and filed down. Veneers don’t involve any damage to your current teeth.
Drink and eat most foods
A lot of people assume that they won’t be able to eat or drink with clip-on veneers. That’s not the case. If you go for the premium instasmile veneers, you will be able to eat most food and drink, and you won’t have to remove your clip-ins.
They also come with a warranty of 12 months, which can be extended as well to give you complete peace of mind.
Clip-on veneers can be removed
You have full flexibility with clip-on veneers. You can remove them whenever you see fit. This enables you to enhance their durability, as you can remove them while you’re at home if you wish. Some people prefer only to wear their veneers at special events.
Dental visits are not needed
One of the best things about going for instasmile veneers is that you are not going to need to visit a dentist. Instead, you simply take your own impression at home. You will be sent everything you need. You can then take your impressions and send them back to instasmile at your convenience.
Once instasmile receives your impressions, they will be able to create a bespoke pair of press-on veneers, which will be posted to you straight away.
You will save a considerable amount of money
Of course, one of the main differences between the two options is that instasmile veneers are much cheaper than porcelain veneers.
You also have the option of spreading the cost as well. You could pay as little as $375 today, followed by weekly payments of $7.21. This makes clip-on veneers much more manageable on the monetary front.