Cons of veneers: Veneers are permanent, they can make your teeth a little more sensitive to heat and cold. While porcelain veneers are less susceptible to staining, composite veneers can stain, veneers are not a solution for defective teeth. Talk to your dentist about other options, such as crowns. Once veneers have been attached to the teeth, extraction is not a practical option.
Although they look real, they are still artificial teeth. The procedure is completely permanent, so you won't change your mind once you're engaged. With proper care, veneers can last between 16 and 20 years. Two of the other advantages of porcelain veneers are their durability and their ability to last a long time.
The average porcelain veneer is strong and durable enough to withstand daily use and last for years. It's not uncommon for someone to have some porcelain veneers installed and, 20 years later, they're still as good as new. In most cases, if bottle caps aren't bitten off or porcelain veneers mistreated, they can last for decades. All you have to do is take care of them and protect them as you would your natural teeth.
As the name suggests, veneers in stock can be applied without any preparation. This is a non-invasive procedure that does not require any type of anesthesia. These “instant veneers” are no different from regular veneers in terms of success rate, except that they are prefabricated and cannot be combined with natural teeth. However, because they are not custom-made, these veneers tend to look bad, which can lead to tooth decay and gum problems in the future.
In addition, they may look artificial and due to the lack of ideal proportions and a monochrome shade.