Emax veneers: the future of dentistry

Veneers are thin layers of tooth-coloured material that we bond to the front surface of discoloured or damaged teeth. The goal is to correct various teeth problems. Emax porcelain veneers are the types of veneers that we most recommended for our patients. The reason for this; they give your teeth the natural translucence and lustre of a healthy smile.

Emax porcelain veneers are made from lithium disilicate glass-ceramic. 

This material is well-known for its superior strength, even when cut into very thin slices. We adjust the clear ceramic’s transparency and light diffusion properties to replicate the structure of your natural tooth. The result is an unnoticeable restoration. 

When do we use Emax veneers?

Patients who want to enhance their appearance by improving the aesthetic quality and structure of teeth may benefit from Emax. Adults with misaligned, misshaped or crooked teeth are also good candidates. 

In addition, those with chipped teeth and teeth with inconsistent spacing and gaps can benefit. In some cases, we use Emax veneers as an alternative to teeth whitening. Emax not only re-shapes but also masks tooth discolouration and staining. 

The veneer process

At your first appointment, we will evaluate your tooth structure, facial features and bite to determine whether Emax is suitable for your case. Next, we will design custom Emax porcelain veneers for your teeth, giving you the option to “try your new smile” and see what the final outcome will be once you receive your permanent veneers.

At this stage, you can choose to change the size, shape or shade of your teeth to enhance your smile. If your teeth are unevenly stained, we may use multiple layers of veneers for the teeth that have more stains. This will help create a more uniform look.

Once you are happy with your brand new smile, we will send the design to the laboratory, where they will create your veneers. In 1-2 weeks, you will return to our office. Finally, we will bond the veneers to your teeth with resin cement.

The benefits of Emax veneers

Minimal tooth removal: The placement of all types of veneers requires us to remove some tooth enamel to create room for bonding. However, since Emax veneers are considerably tougher and stronger than other veneers, we remove very little enamel. As a result, you will experience little to no discomfort during the veneer process.

You can match the colour of veneers to your existing teeth: This allows for a more natural-looking smile and seamless integration. You can choose a precise shade and colour of veneers to improve the colour of one or more stained teeth, giving you the desired smile.

Preserving your natural teeth: You can preserve more of your tooth’s structure. Also, your natural teeth do not become weaker. Bonding with Emax greatly improves the strength of the teeth.

You can adjust the size of your teeth: You can make subtle to moderate changes to your teeth depending on your needs. Emax veneers come in thicknesses of between 0.3mm and 0.5mm. On the other hand, conventional porcelain veneers have a minimum thickness of 0.5mm. The thinness of Emax veneers allows for more flexibility.

Greater durability: Traditional porcelain veneers are prone to chips and cracks because of their thickness. Emax veneers are thinner and harder, offering superior durability. They also last longer than other types of veneers. 

More natural-looking: They allow more light, giving your teeth a more natural appeal. As a result, they will give you a boost of confidence, knowing that no one can tell you’re wearing dental veneers.

Are you interested in transforming your smile with veneers? Contact JJS Dentistry to find out if you qualify for our minimally invasive Emax veneers.

12 responses to “Emax veneers: the future of dentistry”

  1. Surina Le Roux says:

    Interested

  2. Llewellyn Thatcher says:

    Hi Abi – How much would Emax veneers cost – 6 teeth top and 8 teeth bottom? I did ask about teeth whitening, but this looks better? Thank you!

  3. Llewellyn Thatcher says:

    How much would 6 top and 8 bottom EMax veneers cost. Thank you.

    • Hi Llewellyn. Thanks for your question. We are unable to share our prices online, according to the HPCSA guidelines. Please contact the practice directly and we will be happy to answer your questions and provide you with a quote. You can contact us on +27 21 424 5172 or email info@jjteeth.co.za. We look forward to hearing from you!

  4. GWEN VAN TONDER says:

    Ek verkyk my na jule werk op mooi maak met clair en wens dit kon my tande gewees het, ek hou nie van fotos nie en ook nie om te lag nie. Ek weet nie of n mediese fonds vir so n prosedure sal betaal nie of gedeeltelik nie. Indien dit moontlik is vir my kan se wat so n besoek sal wees.

  5. Fazeelah Bucks says:

    How much does it cost?

    • Hi Fazeelah. Thanks for your question. We are unable to share our prices online, according to the HPCSA guidelines. Please contact the practice directly and we will be happy to answer your questions and provide you with a quote. You can contact us on +27 21 424 5172 or email info@jjteeth.co.za. We look forward to hearing from you!

  6. Collene Zietsman says:

    Hi..di kostes vir 12 veneers asb?

  7. Tania says:

    Good Morning

    Is it an expensive procedure?

    Thanks

    • Hi Tania. Thanks for your question. We are unable to share our prices online, according to the HPCSA guidelines. Please contact the practice directly and we will be happy to answer your questions and provide you with a quote. You can contact us on +27 21 424 5172 or email info@jjteeth.co.za. We look forward to hearing from you!

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