Transform Your Smile with Dental Veneers:  We’re proud to offer high-quality dental veneers, a sought-after solution for smile makeovers.

Dental veneers are tailor-made thin shells, expertly crafted from porcelain or composite materials. These shells are bonded to the front surface of your teeth, seamlessly blending with your natural smile

Discover the Cost of Dental Veneers at Matrix Dental:
We believe everyone deserves a brilliant smile. Our pricing is competitive and transparent, ensuring accessibility to our exceptional dental veneer treatments. To receive an accurate cost estimate tailored to your unique needs, we encourage you to schedule a consultation with our skilled dental team. During your visit, our experts will evaluate your teeth, discuss your desired outcomes, and create a personalized treatment plan that aligns perfectly with your budget.

Dental Veneer Pricing:
(Please be aware that the prices mentioned are approximate figures and are subject to potential changes.)

General Dentist Prices:
Composite Veneers: Starting from R1600 each
Ceramic Veneers: Starting from R6600 each

Prosthodontist Prices:
Composite Veneers: Starting from R4000 each
Ceramic Veneers: Starting from R10,000 each

Crafting Dental Veneers with Precision:

Ceramic Veneers:
Our Dental Technicians and Dentistal Specialists use digital technology to create ceramic veneers, making the process more precise and efficient for patients like you.

First, instead of using messy impressions, a special camera is used to take detailed pictures of your teeth. These pictures create a virtual model of your mouth.

Next, the digital model is used to design your custom veneers. The technician will carefully plan the shape, size, and fit of the veneers according to your specific needs and goals.

After the design is finalized, a special machine takes over. It either carves your veneers out of ceramic blocks or uses a 3D printer to build them layer by layer. This ensures that the veneers are made exactly as intended.

Finally, the technician puts the finishing touches on the veneers, making any necessary adjustments and ensuring they look and fit perfectly before sending them to us for placement.

By using this digital technology, the dental technician can create high-quality ceramic veneers that are customized to your unique smile, providing you with a comfortable and precise fit.

Overall, this process saves time, enhances accuracy, and helps achieve the best possible result for your dental veneers.

Composite Veneers 
Composite veneers can also be custom made using technology like digital impressions and injection molding. Here’s how it works in simple terms:

Digital Impression: We make use of an intraoral scanner to take a digital impression of your teeth. This is a clean, fast, and comfortable process that captures accurate 3D images of your teeth and gums.

Designing the Veneers: Using the digital impressions, the dental technician uses CAD software to design the shape, size, and thickness of the composite veneers.

Injection Molding: The design is then fed into a special machine that uses injection molding technology to create the veneers. The machine melts the composite material, injects it into a mold, and then applies pressure to shape the veneers. The result is a precise and durable restoration that exactly matches your specifications. 

Final Touches: We fabricate the restorations directly in the dental office. This involves injecting a specialized dental material, such as composite resin, into a mold that matches the desired shape of the restorations. The material is then cured to harden and solidify the restorations.

The end result of this process is a set of composite veneers that are precisely matched to your teeth and gums, and are designed to look and feel like natural teeth. The injection molding process ensures a precise fit and strong bond to the underlying tooth structure, making composite veneers a long-lasting and cost-effective option for many patients.

Benefits of Dental Veneers Overall:

Aesthetics: Veneers effectively address various cosmetic dental concerns, including discoloration, chips, misshapen teeth, and gaps, resulting in a natural-looking, radiant smile.

Durability: With proper care, dental veneers can provide years of longevity, ensuring a lasting and captivating smile.

Stain Resistance: Porcelain veneers resist staining, enabling you to savor your favorite foods and beverages worry-free.

Minimally Invasive: Veneer placement is a minimally invasive option that preserves the majority of your natural tooth structure, setting it apart from other cosmetic dental procedures.

Should you get Composite or Ceramic Veneers:

Here are some factors to consider when weighing the differences between ceramic and composite veneers:

Appearance: Ceramic veneers are known for their ability to mimic the natural translucency and shine of teeth, making them indistinguishable from natural teeth. Composite veneers, while also capable of delivering a natural look, may not achieve the same level of luster and translucency as ceramics.

Durability: Ceramic veneers are highly durable and have a long lifespan, with a survival rate of 94.4% after five years. They are resistant to chipping and staining, making them a reliable option in the long run. Composite veneers, while initially less expensive than ceramics, may have a shorter lifespan and be more prone to chipping or wearing down over time.

Preparation process: The preparation process for ceramic veneers involves removing a thin layer of enamel from the tooth surface to accommodate the thickness of the veneer. Composite veneers, on the other hand, generally require minimal or no enamel removal, preserving more of the natural tooth structure.

Cost: Composite veneers are typically more affordable compared to ceramic veneers, making them a budget-friendly option for patients looking to enhance their smile. Ceramic veneers, while more expensive, usually offer superior aesthetics and durability, which may justify the higher cost for some patients.

Ultimately, the choice between ceramic and composite veneers depends on your specific needs and preferences, as well as the recommendations from us after assessing your teeth and overall oral health at our comprehensive consultation.

Whether you require cosmetic dentistry, family dentistry, or reconstructive dentistry, we’re here to serve you.