How Snap-On Smile Differs from Veneers

July 29, 2022 6:21 pm Published by young couple smile after learning about snap on smile vs veneers

It’s never too late to get your dream smile. Even if you weren’t one of the lucky ones to be born with perfectly straight, dazzlingly white, well-shaped teeth, you can still make that your reality with cosmetic dental treatments. Two such procedures are Snap-On Smile and veneers, which both have the ability to improve the appearance of your teeth. While they have that in common, there really are quite a few differences between the two. Let’s dive in!

The Difference in Procedure

One of the biggest differences between Snap-On Smile and dental veneers is the procedure for getting them. With Snap-On Smile, there’s no work that needs to be done on your natural teeth. Instead, the restoration literally snaps on over your teeth, covering imperfections and giving you a beautiful new smile to present to the world.

With veneers, the situation is much different. To place veneers, we must first remove a small amount of your enamel and then we bond the veneers directly to your teeth. This whole process is normally done over multiple appointments.

The Difference in Price

Given how different the two procedures are for Snap-On Smile and veneers, you’ll see that there’s a big difference in the treatment price. A Snap-On Smile is considered much more affordable, which makes it a more accessible choice for people who want to improve their teeth’s appearance but don’t have the budget for veneers.

The Difference in Permanence

Snap on, snap off… It’s up to you when and where you want to wear your Snap-On Smile. Veneers, on the other hand, are permanently placed so once they’re on, they’re on. Some people like the flexibility with Snap-On Smile while others like how they can treat veneers like their natural teeth.

Need some help deciding between Snap-On Smile and veneers? Contact Chandler Dental Center! We provide both treatments from our San Antonio dental practice and would be delighted to help you figure out which is right for you.

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