Are instasmile Veneers a Good Option For Missing Teeth?

Like many other people, you’re searching for a better alternative to cosmetic surgery that’ll help you cover damaged or missing teeth and transform your smile. instasmile might be just what you need. Before we send you your impression kit, we’ll ask you a few quick questions to make sure instasmile is right for you, but if you’re missing up to six teeth per arch and you take our online Smile Assessment, the chances are you’ll be able to enjoy:

  • An affordable, modern way to cover chipped and missing teeth
  • Comfortable, custom-made clip-on veneers that clip securely into place
  • A choice of solutions and shades for a winning smile
  • No need for any denture adhesives
  • An easy process that you carry out from your own home
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Cover Missing or Chipped Teeth Instantly With instasmile

A missing or chipped tooth is nothing to be ashamed of. It happens to us all, maybe you’ve chipped a tooth in an accident, or lost one because of illness. Missing or chipped teeth can seriously harm your self-confidence, but it doesn’t have to. instasmile offers a range of options to cover your missing or chipped teeth, no matter how noticeable they are.

I’m Missing a Tooth. What Are My Options?

Here’s the good news. You’re not short of options when it comes to missing or chipped teeth. Now here’s the not-so-good news. Those options can be expensive:

Woman wearing clip-in veneers to cover missing or chipped teeth

Partial dentures (£300-£5,000)

The most common alternative to surgery for tooth loss is a partial denture, a removable replacement for your missing teeth that rests upon the palette of your mouth. Depending on how many teeth are missing, this can cost up to £5,000 after multiple dentist visits.

Tooth Implants (from £2,500 per tooth)

Tooth implants replace a missing tooth entirely, but they’re costly and involve invasive surgery. A single implant can cost £2,500, and requires drilling into your jaw bone, fusing a metal post into the hole, and then screwing on a false tooth. A single dental implant can take many months as the jaw bone needs time to heal and your existing teeth might need to move into place.

Fixed or Removable Bridge (£300-£3,200)

A dental bridge covers the gap left by your missing tooth or teeth by fixing a false tooth to one or more crowns applied to your remaining teeth. A dentist will have to file down your remaining, healthy teeth, which may involve multiple trips to the dentist’s chair.

Full Dental Reconstruction (up to £50,000)

A full dental reconstruction can be required if you have severe dental issues or want a complete smile makeover. In some cases, patients require implant-retained dentures with 6 implants per jaw. The costs associated with full reconstructions are very significant but it’s purely down to the individual needs.