Dental veneers

Dental veneers are a precise, aesthetic and durable way to get your smile back.

To revitalise and improve your smile, we offer an aesthetic and durable solution – dental veneers. Veneers are very thin, ceramic plates that are bonded to the front surface of the tooth. This process uses the most advanced technology to ensure a natural and harmonious result, depending on the individual needs of each patient.

The process of making veneers is carried out with the utmost care and is one of the most modern methods of achieving the highest level of aesthetics. Laminates are made from lithium disilicate blocks or ceramic masses, resulting in a natural look that perfectly matches the person’s facial features and other teeth. Veneers cause minimal damage to the supporting teeth compared to other prosthetic options and are easy to clean and maintain. It is a strong and durable method of ensuring a beautiful smile that looks as natural and aesthetic as possible.

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Prices of dental veneers (special offer)

The cost of dental veneers depends on how damaged, worn or worn down the teeth are. Whether the shape of the teeth will need to be corrected, and whether the spaces between the teeth will need to be fixed. How much they will need to be lightened, as this depends very much on the individual situation.

This month, the price of dental veneers starts from €397

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Martynas Pempė
Dentist, licence number: OPL-05326

Specialises in the treatment and prevention of adult teeth, Drs. Pempė has extensive experience in restoring bite height using direct filling methods. He is also skilled in prosthodontics, using crowns and overlays to improve dental health and aesthetics. His main goal is to give patients a healthy and beautiful smile without stress and pain.

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Dental veneers are very thin, ceramic plates that are bonded to the front surface of the tooth with special cement. Dental veneers are light-transmitting, multi-layered plates that are only 0.3 – 0.5 mm thick and look like your natural teeth.

Laminate manufacturing technology is one of the most modern methods of achieving the highest level of aesthetics, where ceramic laminates are produced in technicians’ laboratories. No other manufacturing method can achieve such a natural, lightweight aesthetic that perfectly suits a person’s facial features and other teeth. What makes this technology different is that the veneers are made only from natural materials (porcelain, ceramics) and the care taken in their production is exceptional. As soon as the impression is taken in the clinic, it is sent to the laboratory. Using one of the most modern computer scanning and modelling programmes, thin, light-transmitting, multi-layered plates, just 0.3 – 0.5 mm thick, are produced and then pressed and coated with ceramics. The dental technician prepares each veneer individually by coating it several times with ceramic. Dental veneers are a long-lasting, durable, maximally aesthetic way to have a beautiful smile.

Veneers made with the most advanced technology do not damage adjacent teeth, are easy to clean and maintain, are indistinguishable from adjacent teeth, and are strong and long-lasting.

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There are many different types of veneers available nowadays, but only if you know exactly what the pros and cons of each type are, will you be able to choose the one that’s right for you, so you can enjoy a perfect smile for years to come.

  • Produced in the clinic at the time of the visit;
  • Veneers are made by computer milling, are often uniform and do not take into account the individuality of the teeth;
  • No temporary veneers are made, permanent veneers are applied at the 1st visit;
  • The tooth is ground and fitted to the veneer;
  • 1-2 visits are needed;
  • The price is lower than porcelain veneers because CEREC veneers are made in the clinic and there is no possibility of customisation.

  • First, temporary veneers are made in order to find the optimal solution and to see the final image before the porcelain veneers are applied;
  • The porcelain veneers are made in the technicians’ laboratory;
  • Each veneer is coated with a layer of ceramic to create the effect of natural teeth;
  • Minimal grinding of the tooth, as each veneer is individually adapted to the shape of the tooth;
  • 2 to 3 visits are required;
  • Higher cost, but porcelain veneers provide the maximum natural tooth effect.

  • Laminates are industrially produced in large quantities, have no individuality and are all the same;
  • No temporary laminates are produced before the composite laminates are bonded, so the final result is only visible after the procedure;
  • The tooth is adaptable to the veneer and can be ground more than with porcelain veneers;
  • 1 – 2 visits are required;
  • Cost is lower than porcelain veneers, but composite veneers are industrially produced and there is no possibility of individuality.

What are the advantages of dental veneers?

  • Excellent aesthetic appearance

Naturally, one of the most important goals of a dental restoration is a perfect aesthetic appearance. This expectation is fulfilled 100 per cent because veneers are made of light-transmitting material. Thus, the restored teeth will look extremely natural and aesthetic. Another important point to note is that veneers will not lose their appearance over time even if you use toothpaste with abrasive particles, but this should be avoided in order to keep your teeth beautiful and shiny for as long as possible.

  • Preserving tooth tissue

Naturally, the patient not only wants to enjoy an aesthetic appearance, but also wants to preserve as much tooth tissue as possible. In this case, veneers are an excellent choice, as they require minimal grinding (up to 1 mm) during placement. Thus, not only a perfect image is guaranteed, but also the preservation of tooth tissue.

  • Long service life

Another great advantage of this choice is the long service life. Although your eating and dental care habits will also influence the life expectancy, veneers generally last longer than filling materials. However, wear and tear is a natural process and cannot usually be avoided. If necessary, a worn veneer can be replaced quickly and easily.

  • Painless procedure
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For patients who are afraid of pain, one of the best advantages is that the procedure of applying laminates does not cause any unpleasant sensations. It is one of the least invasive dental procedures, and the materials used to make the veneers adhere perfectly to the surface of the tooth.

  • Suitable for any patient

Another important feature is that veneers are suitable for any patient, as they are custom-made and adapt to the shape and size of each patient’s teeth.

  • Secure

Laminate flooring is a particularly safe choice as it is well tolerated by the human body. In addition, they do not accumulate food, so the patient will not experience additional discomfort.

  • No special care required

You don’t have to worry about having to change your eating or dental care habits as a result of the veneers procedure. The good news is that they do not require special care, so you will need to take care of your teeth as usual after this procedure.


  • The first step is an examination to assess the condition of the front teeth. Veneers can be bonded to the 10 upper and 10 lower teeth (up to the molars). The shade and shape of the veneers are individually selected, taking into account the patient’s facial features and adjacent teeth.
  • The length of treatment depends on the complexity of the situation, but in most cases, the grinding, shaping and fabrication of 4 teeth and veneers takes just 6 hours.
  • Minimal grinding of the teeth to be used for dentures. The veneers are fixed in the intended place, using the same materials as the ones used to make them, to achieve maximum results. The shape, size and length of the teeth are adjusted according to the patient’s preferences.
  • The last stage of the procedure is polishing the teeth.
  • In just two visits, the final result is visible.

Veneers are often compared to cosmetic fillings or crowns. Here is a comparison of the similarities and differences between these restorations.

  • Long-lasting results;
  • Minimal grinding of the front tooth surface;
  • No need for constant updating and periodic visits to the dentist;
  • Maximum aesthetic appeal;
  • Durable construction;
  • The result is visible after only 2 visits.

  • Relatively short-term result;
  • Requires regular updating and annual visits to the dentist;
  • Special care;
  • Faster wear of restorative materials;
  • Aesthetic restorations may not be used in all cases;
  • Cost is lower than dental veneers.

  • Much more grinding is done;
  • Changes colour and loses shine over time;
  • The level of aesthetics depends on the prosthetic materials chosen;
  • Invasive treatment;
  • Requires at least 3 visits to the dentist;
  • Cost almost the same as veneers.

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Laminate or porcelain veneers are custom-made, very thin ceramic micro-prostheses that are bonded to the surface of your own teeth to achieve the desired aesthetic result with the least possible damage to your own teeth. Depending on the situation, the natural tooth may not even be polished, which means that the natural tooth remains intact, but by shaping the veneer to the shape, colour and size of the veneer, an aesthetically pleasing and natural looking smile is achieved. The material itself – feldspar ceramic, lithium disilicate ceramic – from which the veneers are made is very close to the structure and structure of the natural tooth, so that a correctly and professionally made denture covers the tooth’s surface and interacts like a natural tooth. Dental veneers are extremely thin (0.3 – 0.5 mm thick) plates made of porcelain (sometimes also composite). They are used to restore teeth that are worn, chipped, worn down or have lost their natural colour. They are also a good choice when irregularly shaped teeth need to be beautified or gaps between them need to be closed. It is ideal for restoring adult teeth.

Veneers can improve the colour, surface texture, shape and position of your teeth. With veneers, it is possible to match the shade very precisely if only one tooth is discoloured. Laminates are used to restore chipped teeth. Laminates can be used to fill gaps between front teeth. If the patient does not wish to undergo orthodontic treatment, veneers can be used to restore a single, smooth, beautiful dental arch in the case of slightly crooked teeth. If the colour of the teeth changes over time, the veneers can be used to restore the colour to the desired shade.

Veneers do not straighten the teeth themselves, but by covering the surface of the front teeth with veneers, a straight smile can be created, especially in cases where the patient refuses to straighten the dental arch orthodontically.

The alternative is an aesthetic filling, but it is not long-lasting, as fillings crumble over time and also lose their colour, as the material is sensitive to staining liquids (coffee, tea, wine, etc.). Laminates, on the other hand, do not drink liquids, and they are durable, as they adhere to the tooth tissues well, thus protecting the teeth from environmental factors. Laminates match the natural hardness of the teeth and therefore protect the remaining own teeth from rapid wear and wear evenly with the own teeth, whereas other materials are usually too hard or too soft, which leads to faster wear of the remaining own teeth. Another alternative is crown restoration, but this is used when there is not enough of the original tooth tissue to place a veneer. A crown prosthesis polishes the tooth and leaves a small part of the original tooth tissue, whereas a veneer application involves minimal or no grinding.

The dental veneering process is divided into five steps:

  • The patient arrives at the clinic, has dental impressions taken for the production of diagnostic models, is photographed and undergoes facial analysis.
  • The dental technician traces the model to create an image of the future laminates. Everything is transferred to the patient’s mouth, allowing them to see the image of the veneers before they even start grinding the teeth. This allows the patient to change the shape of the veneers and create the smile of their dreams.
  • The patient comes to the clinic for preparation of the teeth, minimal grinding if necessary, impressions are taken, which are sent to the dental technician in the laboratory for the production of porcelain veneers. During the same visit, temporary dental veneers are made and placed on the patient to protect the teeth from environmental influences.
  • The veneers are bonded to the patient’s own teeth using resin cement. At the same visit, the patient is paid to maintain the veneers.
  • If necessary, prints are taken for the production of a protective capa. This should be worn at night to ensure that the laminates last as long as possible.

Temporary veneers are needed if the surface of your own tooth is abraded.

Veneers require the same care as natural teeth: regular brushing and flossing and preventive oral hygiene. Veneers do not require additional correction.

The warranty covers manufacturing defects for 12 months, but does not cover physical damage.

Laminates are bonded to the natural surface of the tooth. The aesthetic filling must be removed before bonding the veneers.

Veneers can be bonded to both upper and lower teeth.

Dental veneers are not placed directly on implants. Implants (“All on 4 implants”, which is what dental implants are) are supported by crowns, but if a patient wants to improve his/her smile and doesn’t want to change the crown, then a veneer can be made and put on the crown.

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