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Are Veneers Worth It?

Do veneers really work for people? Do veneers actually help with problems like chipped teeth, gaps, and alignment issues?

Are veneers worth it?

The answer to each of the questions above is yes. Read on to discover why veneers are worth it and how they have been life changing for so many people. 

Benefits Of Veneers

Job Opportunities

A smile is a big part of someone's appearance. It's one of the top things people notice first. It is proven that people who are more attractive are more likely to: 

  • Be interviewed for jobs
  • Be hired for jobs
  • Advance rapidly through promotions
  • Earn more (1)

This is especially true in retail or sales jobs where someone interacts with customers or clients constantly. 

Some jobs are even exclusively about attractiveness, like modeling. If top model, Lara, can use veneers to advance her modeling career, imagine what they could do for you!

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"I'm like a new person."

Bettering Yourself

Some people did not have access to proper dental care earlier in life and were unable to afford the high cost of cosmetic dentistry

Ginger had a lot of dental issues due to not getting proper dental care as a child. Her smile continued to deteriorate and she was unable to afford major dental work.

She hid her dental malady by never allowing herself to smile showing her bad teeth

"I have so much confidence right now!"

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"This is going to change my life."

Ginger is proudly four years sober and has already worked to make her life better in so many ways. She saw getting veneers as the next step in her recovery process. 

She wanted to be able to present herself well to others and to remove the distraction of her dental issues. 

Her new veneers gave her exactly that.

Types Of Veneers

To help you answer this question for yourself, "Are veneers worth it?", first you should understand the different types of veneers and what they do. 

Traditional veneers

Traditional veneers go on top of individual teeth requiring them to be filed down. The process is done in a dentist office and is irreversible.

Press-On Veneers – Brighter Image Lab

Press-On Veneers are a modern alternative to traditional veneers. They are a full arch for either top, bottom, or both arches of teeth. Press-On Veneers fit most teeth without any preparation necessary, and is only available lab direct from Brighter Image Lab. 

What Do Veneers Actually Cost?

Traditional veneers vary in cost depending on geographical location and individual dentist. They typically range from $1,000-$2,500 per tooth. Because it is cosmetic procedure, isn't covered by most insurance plans.

Press-On Veneers are a much more cost effective option, especially when a patient needs to cover many teeth. Brighter Image Lab offers full arches starting at $795.

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Veneers Change Lives

Teeth veneers can change lives in so many ways. A new start seems almost impossible, but a smile is the one change that can make it happen!

Now you have a choice!

Imagine yourself with a new smile, available without a dentist and at an affordable price. This transformation is available to you now.

A great smile can be truly life-changing. 

So are veneers worth it? Absolutely!

Take the leap and try them yourself!

FIX YOUR SMILE 

TODAY!

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Understanding Veneers vs Lumineers

In the world of cosmetic dentistry, there are many options. But which is right for you?

The purpose of this post is to layout the differences between veneers, Lumineers, and Press-On Veneers.

The main difference between veneers and Lumineers is the thickness. Typically, traditional veneers are thicker and require some enamel removal, while Lumineers are thinner and do not. Press-On Veneers are somewhat of a hybrid of the two.  

Both veneers and Lumineers are acceptable smile options for the following issues*: 

  • Chipped Teeth
  • Stained Teeth
  • Minor Alignment Issues
  • Gap Teeth

*Press-On Veneers can also fix the appearance of missing teeth

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Traditional Veneers

Traditional veneers are small tooth-shaped structures that attach to the front of individual teeth for cosmetic purposes. The process of attaching traditional veneers starts with a dentist removing about .5 mm of the tooth's enamel. The patient will then have a set of temporary veneers for several weeks while a lab creates the final set. 

After the set is ready, in a second appointment, the dentist will attach the veneers.

Lumineers

Lumineers follow a somewhat similar process however there is no enamel removal. Lumineers are much thinner than traditional veneers so they can be attached to the entire original tooth. 

Press-On Veneers

Press-On Veneers are thin, like Lumineers, and do not require enamel removal. These veneers are typically full arches instead of individual teeth. They can only be purchased directly from Brighter Image Lab

They click into place over a client's entire top or bottom arch, giving a uniform and aesthetically pleasing appearance. They also can easily be taken in and out for cleaning purposes. 

Press-On Veneers Before and After

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The Differences

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Cost

Traditional veneers and Lumineers are somewhat similar in cost. The cost will vary by geographic area and each individual dentist but both typically start at around $1,000 per tooth. 

Since all of the procedures mentioned are cosmetic procedures, they are generally not covered by dental insurance

Press-On Veneers by Brighter Image Lab start at $795. Other low quality knock-offs can be found for as low as $400. Some dentist offices offer  alternatives, but have been known to charge over $2,000 for a single arch.

Reversibility

Reversibility is one of the main topics when discussing veneers vs Lumineers. Since traditional veneers require enamel removal they are irreversible. Once a patient has this procedure, they must continue upkeep indefinitely. 

This is especially problematic for people whose teeth are healthy. It is difficult to justify altering otherwise healthy teeth simply to make them look better. 

Lumineers and Press-On Veneers can be reversible and the original teeth can remain intact. This means people then can keep their full, healthy teeth. They also have the option choose alternative treatments in the future. 

Durability

Traditional veneers and Lumineers have been known to last up to 10 years. Some say Lumineers can last longer. 

Press-On Veneers last 5 years or more depending on a client's dental hygiene. 

Dangers

Traditional veneers and Lumineers are cemented to the patient's teeth. There is never a perfect transition between the foreign material and the gum and this ridge can be an area that has a higher susceptibility to gum cancer. 

Final Thoughts on Veneers vs Lumineers

The main differences between the procedures are cost, reversibility, durability, and potential dangers. Many people are nervous to have a permanent procedure done that requires their teeth being shaved down. Lumineers and Press-On Veneers are both alternatives to the traditional process. 

It's important to know the differences for veneers vs Lumineers before making any decisions. What do you think is the best veneers option for you? Would you please let us know in the comments below?

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Get Educated On Veneers Teeth Pros And Cons

Are you interested in dental veneers? Changing the appearance of your smile is a big decision! Before you decide which dental option is right for you, you should learn about the different types of veneer teeth, pros and cons, and everything in between.

Keep reading to find what's right for you and your smile. 

Traditional Veneers

Traditional veneers are created in a dentist office. These tooth veneers are a small tooth-shaped cover that go on top of your natural teeth. These veneers are made of either porcelain or a composite resin. 

Pros

Function

Traditional veneers can really beautify your smile. They can fix a number of issues including chipped, misshapen, or discolored teeth. Porcelain veneers last comparably long (around 10 years) before needing replacement. 

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Many people have found teeth veneers to be a great solution to cosmetic issues they have with their smile. The method has been used by dentists for many years. 

Cons

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Cost

Traditional veneers are costly. The cheapest traditional veneers are $1,000 per tooth, but can cost much more. This is especially problematic for patients with major dental issues and need quite a few teeth fixed. 

Veneers are generally not covered by dental insurance since it is a cosmetic procedure. There will also be an additional charge for each dental visit not to mention the amount of time you'll be off work. Traditional veneers are anything but affordable veneers.

Durability

Even though they are incredibly expensive, traditional veneers don't last forever. Even with proper dental hygiene, you'll have to replace most traditional veneers every 5-10 years. 

Invasive and Irreversible

Traditional veneers are an invasive procedure that is irreversible. A dentist must remove .55 mm of tooth enamel before attaching the veneer. The irreversible nature of this procedure is something to keep in mind before deciding to have it done. 

Even Colgate says there are more Cons than Pros, when it comes to traditional veneers.

Press-On Veneers

Press-on veneers, on the other hand, are a more modern dental solution. These veneers are typically a full arch of teeth that snaps into place over existing teeth, instead of a cover on an individual tooth. Custom-made just for you, these modern affordable veneers are made from a thin but durable resin. 

The process to complete these veneers is quite easy and only requires a simple tooth impression along with photos of the existing smile. 

Pros

Accessibility

You can order Press-On Veneers directly from Brighter Image Lab instead of going through a dentist.  You simply send your dental impression through the mail and upload photos of your smile. Press-On Veneers are uniquely accessible. While many dentists do offer similar solutions, the Original Press-On Veneers are only available lab direct.

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Cost

Press-On Veneers are much cheaper than traditional veneers and there are no expensive dentist office charges. 

Non-Invasive and Irreversible 

Press-On Veneers are so thin that enamel removal is unnecessary. This makes the process reversible and clients can have other procedures done in the future. Press-on veneers can be a cosmetic fix for several years before having another procedure done. 

Cons

Scam Companies

Some companies offer a low-quality version of what they claim are dental veneers. Many unsatisfied customers take to social media and review sites to complain about the fit or appearance of these products.

Many companies have advertised new dental options. Often, it is difficult to determine which are legitimate. Some companies to be wary of are Instasmile, TruSmile Veneers, and many cheap knockoffs found advertising on social media. 

Actual Instasmile Client

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Brighter Image Lab is a reputable company that has been offering lab direct smile solutions for over 20 years.

Thickness

Press-On Veneers add bulk to the existing smile because there is no enamel removal. People are bothered by this addition both due to discomfort and cosmetic preference, but this discomfort usually subsides with continued use. 

Atypical Dental Option

When done lab direct, Press-On Veneers have no oversight from a dentist. Some people prefer the traditional dentist experience and are uncomfortable with any dental option that doesn't include a dentist. 

Final Thoughts About Veneers Teeth Pros and Cons

There are plenty of reasons someone might choose each of the different types of dental veneers. The most important thing is finding what is right for your smile, and your budget. Hopefully this article has educated you on veneers teeth pros and cons to help you make your decision. 

Are you leaning toward traditional veneers or Press-On Veneers? Let us know in the comments! 

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Can A Teeth Gap Be Hidden By Veneers?

You may be asking "can a teeth gap be hidden by veneers?" You're definitely not alone. Thousands of people struggle to find an affordable way to fix their teeth gap and veneers are a popular solution.

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Veneers

Veneers are a great way to fix a tooth gap. It is a relatively quick process and you don't have to have any complicated orthodontic work done. Veneers go on top of teeth to hide any imperfections. They can be made from porcelain or resin depending on the procedure and your preferences. There are traditional veneers and press-on veneers.  

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Traditional Veneers

Traditional veneers are applied at a dentist office. The procedure requires enamel removal so dentists have to shave off about .55 mm of a patient's teeth before adding veneers. This makes the process irreversible.

The cheapest traditional veneers cost around $1,000 per tooth as well as the cost of dental appointments. 

Press-On Veneers 

Press-on veneers are a modern way to create dental veneers. These don't require any enamel to be removed and are reversible if you want a different procedure in the future.

Brighter Image Lab Veneers - Before & After

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Press-on veneers are created directly through our online dental lab.

They are an extremely cost-effective option. Our veneers cost as little as $795 for a full arch. 

Dentist offices offer similar solutions for around $2,000 or more depending on the office. That cost compounds when you calculate the exam, x-rays, add-ons, treatment plans, and time lost from work.

Brighter Image Lab Veneers

Brighter Image Lab is the only lab that makes the Original Press-On Veneers. Thousands of clients with a range of varying dental imperfections like teeth gaps  have ordered Press-On Veneers. Veneers from Brighter Image Lab are cost effective, available quickly, and can fix even the largest teeth gaps. 

The company works to make their products available to as many people as possible by offering affordable payment plans. Clients can pay for their dental veneers with payments as small as $24 per week

Brighter Image Lab Veneers - Before & After

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Other Dental Options

Bonding

Bonding can fix teeth gaps. It can be done in a few short visits. The process costs between $200 and $600 per tooth plus the expense of booking a dentist appointment and time off from work. Bonding can fix small teeth gaps but is inadequate for larger issues. 

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Orthodontics

Another option for fixing a teeth gap is an orthodontic procedure. This can look like traditional metal braces or clear shaping retainers like Invisalign. These processes can cost $3,000 to $10,000 depending on the orthodontist. 

These process also can be painful and can take a very long time to finish. Some cite having to have braces for multiple years before their alignment issues are fixed. 

So, can a teeth gap be hidden by dental veneers? You now know, it definitely can. Do you want an affordable way to fix your teeth gap? Click here to view Brighter Image Lab's amazing products!

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Veneers vs. Crowns - Understanding The Difference

The main difference when considering veneers vs. crowns is what they are used for.  Veneers are cosmetic and crowns are both cosmetic and structural. Both go over your teeth to help with a range of issues. 

It's important to know the difference and to be educated about what is right for you. You should always be informed about dental procedures before getting them. 

Traditional Veneers

What Are Traditional Veneers?

Traditional veneers are done in a dentist office and are a thin shell that goes on the front of a patient's teeth. They are made from either porcelain or a composite resin and are applied for minor issues with front teeth. 

How Much Enamel Is Removed?

Before applying, the dentist will remove about .5 mm of enamel from the teeth. This makes the procedure irreversible and must be replaced when the veneers eventually chip or break. 

How Long Do They Last?

Traditional veneers last around 5-7 years with composite resin and 5-10 years when done with porcelain. 

How Much Do They Cost?

Cost for these veneers vary depending on the dentist, but typically the cheapest you can find are around $1,000 per tooth. Veneers are considered cosmetic so dental insurance typically does not cover their cost. 

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To summarize the concept of veneers vs. crowns:

Enamel Removal: Traditional veneers do not require as much enamel-removal as crowns do.

Longevity: Traditional veneers do not last as long as crowns do, though they cost just as much, on average.

Press-On Veneers

What Are Press-On Veneers?

Press-on veneers cover the full arch rather than individual teeth. You can purchase them directly from our lab. They not only go over the top of existing teeth, but they can also cover gaps

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How Much Enamel Is Removed?

This process is unique in that it is reversible since enamel removal is not necessary. This is a great option for people who are opposed to having portions of their teeth shaved away. 

How Long Do They Last?

These veneers can last up to five years or longer if they are properly maintained and used with care. 

How Much Do They Cost?

Press-on veneers can vary in cost but high-quality ones cost around $800 for a full arch which is much more affordable than traditional veneers. 

Crowns

What Are Crowns?

Dental crowns are similar to traditional veneers in the sense that they cover individual teeth. Crowns however are much thicker and go around the entire tooth. Dentists apply crowns when there is tooth decay or when a patient has had a root canal. 

How Much Enamel Is Removed?

A dentist will remove up to 75% of tooth enamel before adding a crown. 

How Long Do They Last?

Crowns last longer since they are stronger and thicker. You can expect to get around 15 years of use before getting them replaced. 

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How Much Do They Cost?

Crowns cost at least $1,000 per tooth, but can be much more depending on the dentist. Some crowns are partially covered by dental insurance.

To summarize the concept of veneers vs. crowns:

Enamel Removal: Crowns require much more enamel-removal than traditional veneers do.

Longevity: Crowns last longer than traditional veneers.

What are your thoughts on veneers vs crowns? Let us know in the comments below!

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...And To Keep ALL You Enamel?

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"How long do veneers last?" It's an important question to ask. You want to be informed about the different aspects about dental veneers and what to expect after ten years down the road. You need to know all the ins and outs so let's dive in. 

How Long Did Veneers Last In The Past?

Dental veneers used to last longer than they do now. A few decades ago, veneers were used for minor, simple dental issues like small chips or imperfections. 

These original versions lasted around fifteen years or more. They also were much less invasive and did not require much enamel removal. 

How Long Do Veneers Last Today?

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Today, veneers are very different. They can fix much larger issues like crooked teeth that would have been treated by an orthodontist in the past. 

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers last about 10-15 years. They are the most durable veneers available and also the most expensive. Porcelain veneers can cost around $1,000 per tooth. 

Dentists remove a lot of natural tooth enamel to apply porcelain veneers. This is problematic for younger patients as they need multiple replacements over the years and every application requires more enamel removal. This process is irreversible, and patients (especially in their 20s and 30s) should be extremely cautious. 

Press-On Veneers

Press-On veneers (no-prep veneers) can last 5-7 years. There's no need to remove any enamel. You can even get press-on veneers lab direct, without a dentist. 

Press-On Veneers do not require any enamel removal or irreversible procedures. Many companies do this through a mail-in process. 

Press-On Veneers are also much cheaper than their porcelain competitors. You can get a full arch for as little as $795 lab direct. 

Making Your Veneers Last

It's not only about how long veneers last, but how long do veneers last when you're taking care of them. Make sure to:

Practice Dental Hygine

Always brush your teeth twice a day and add flossing to your morning or night routine. This prevents bacteria build-up.

Chew Carefully

When chewing tough or crunchy food in the front of your mouth. The front area of a dental veneer is more prone to chipping. Instead get into the habit of chewing in the back of your mouth. 

Use A Mouth Guard

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If you play a high-contact sport or struggle with grinding your teeth at night, invest in a mouth guard. This simple addition can protect your teeth veneers from damage in some of the most problematic situations adding to the longevity of your veneers. 


If you are the proud owner of THE best teeth veneers (thanks to Brighter Image Lab), start now and practice those good habits to protect them. In the years beyond, when people ask you “How long do veneers last?” you can proudly reply “Many years because I take good care of them!”

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Fear of the dentist, the struggle to find a trustworthy dental office, and the rise in dental cost are all prime examples of why many people avoid going to the dentist.

In 2014, the  American Dental Association claimed 52.3% of adults reported going to the dentist every 6 months. Only 15.4% claimed to have visited once a year, and 11.0% visit once every 2-3 years. Shockingly, 21.3% have not been to the dentist in over three years.

Dentist Salary in America

According to the United States Department of Labor, last year the annual median salary of a dentist was $156,240. How much of that salary do you think is justified?

Dental jobs are predicted to increase in the next few years by 19% overall. When you compare that rise in dental cost to the national average of 7% growth in employment, the figure surpasses expectation.

The average person's salary is roughly $63,688 per year, less than half of what a dentist brings home every year. Why is that?

Rise in Dental Cost

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For years dentists have claimed that routine check-ups are necessary to develop and maintain good oral hygiene. Check-ups are the most common reason for visiting a dentist. Other dental procedures like fillings, tooth extractions, crowns, root canals, and even gum disease are other common requests.

Studies show that roughly 47.2% of adults over the age of 30 suffer from untreated gum disease. Purchasing dental insurance is commonly held as a simple and very cost-effective solution for the average person, but the problem is, what does it cover?

Routine care such as x-rays and check-ups are usually covered. However, only 50%-80% of the cost to perform fillings and major procedures are covered. Pricing varies within the industry, practice, doctor, or even the opinion. The wide range of procedure costs leave dentists free to charge extensive amounts as they desire.

Botched Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry is not recognized by the ADA or considered to be a specialty field. The recent rise of this pseudo-occupation gives new dental graduates immediate access to work in an industry with little to no oversight.

Roughly $35.2 billion is spent every year on cosmetic dentistry in the United States. Of that estimate, $10 billion accounts for redoing work previously done by another "cosmetic dentist". The advantage for a dentist is they can demand a more expensive dental cost for services they sell you.

Usually these "dental plans" are optional dental procedures at best, but are presented in a way that the patient feels they have no option but agree to them. This emotional selling is essentially dentistry by duress. Sadly, it is what keeps these dentists in business. 

At Brighter Image Lab, you can rise above the rise in dental cost by ordering Press-On Veneers from us! No dentist required ... everything's handled online, and more affordably than a dental office. Contact us today, to learn more.

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Here's How To Buy The BEST Press On Veneers Amazon and other online retailers

What you see…

Is NOT always what you get.

Anyone who has shopped online most likely has a horror story of the shocking (and most likely disappointing) product that showed up at their door.

If you’ve ever had a “THAT is NOT what I ordered” moment, then listen up!

When it comes to ordering Press On Veneers Amazon, it’s truly a case of what you see is not always what you get.

So, how do you know when you see the real Press On Veneers Amazon? Read on to find out!

The Amazon Knockoffs: What To Watch Out For

While imitation is the best form of flattery, finding imitation Press On Veneers Amazon will definitely not be the best form for your teeth.

These knockoff Press On Veneers Amazon may appear to be able to transform your smile, but it is important to recognize that you are getting what you pay for in terms of quality, customization, comfort, and satisfaction.

We get that the cheaper price point on these Press On Veneers, such as Imako and Perfect Smile, can be very enticing for some. We also get that for some people, they’re the only solution available. We don’t have a problem with these products, but we DO want you to be aware that there’s an incredible difference in quality.

When purchasing Press On Veneers Amazon, ALWAYS do your research, read reviews, and educate yourself as much as possible in regards to the product you are ordering. 

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The Real Deal: Choosing Quality Press On Veneers

Here at Brighter Image Lab, we don’t sell our veneers on Amazon.

Why...you might ask?

It is because the highly customizable nature of our veneers simply doesn’t fit their marketplace.

Therefore, if you see any Press On Veneers that are claiming to be like ours for sale on Amazon, know that it is 100% a knockoff or scam. The same is true for any companies claiming to work with us. 

We ONLY sell our veneers through our website using our trade names:

To be sure you are getting top quality Press On Veneers, only order Lab Direct through our site. (Avoid getting press on veneers Amazon style.)

Choosing The BEST Smile Press On Veneers From Brighter Image Lab

Here at Brighter Image Lab, we are looking for people who want to improve their SMILE.

We are smile designers. All we do is design smiles for people who want to change their smile NOW.

We do smile makeovers for people all over the world because the #1 thing you can do to improve your overall appearance is to improve your smile!

The reason why most people don’t fix it… is because they don’t think it’s possible. But, you can have an amazing smile that is affordable by choosing to buy Lab Direct with Brighter Image Lab. Our work changes lives.

All you have to do is want to take the time
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What Are Press On Veneers?

Press On Veneers were developed by Brighter Image Lab in Fort Worth, TX, but serve clients worldwide! From the United Kingdom and Australia to New Zealand, Canada, Brazil… and beyond, our lab direct custom press on veneers have provided complete smile makeovers for thousands of people.

Check out these incredible reasons why custom Press On Veneers teeth are the perfect choice to get the smile you’ve always wanted:

  • Enhances esthetics
  • Whitens & brightens teeth
  • Lengthens small teeth
  • Reshapes smile
  • Highlights your smile
  • Increases confidence
  • Fills unsightly gaps
  • Covers stains
  • Alters the look of teeth

Furthermore, you can easily take the first step in creating your custom veneers from the comfort of your couch as we ship everything you need to get started directly to your home. 

Are Press On Veneers For You? 

First things first… YOU are the ultimate expert is all things “YOU”.

Therefore, when it comes to deciding if Press On Veneers are a good fit for your smile, it’s up to YOU to qualify yourself. We are here to help you, with a chart to show you categories of qualified cases, and financing.

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To get you started on your press on veneer journey, here is what you need to know:

Our Fit Philosophy

  • It’s this simple: We have ONE size – it’s the correct size. Our process relies on YOU to provide us the exact impression of your teeth before we begin the design of your custom product.
  • The Brighter Image Lab® foundation was established on creating precision designed removable dental products. Our motto is: “Life’s too beautiful to have a smile that does not fit your face.”
  • Brighter Image’s products are custom designed and wear evenly and comfortably for long periods, with no need for removal. 

Eligibility

Clients with gapped, crooked, stained, or missing teeth

  • Clients wanting to improve their smile or sleep
  • Clients not eligible for bridges or implants
  • Clients looking for an affordable smile or sleep solution 

The following categories indicate the type of cases we handle here at Brighter Image Lab:

Basic Cases

Challenging  Cases

Sensitive Cases
**Requires internal  staff consult

Rejected Cases

  • Small gaps in teeth
  • Ideal bite or minor overbite
  • Medium gaps in teeth
  • Small/short teeth or grinding
  • Missing 2 or fewer teeth to the end of the arch
  • Severe crossbite
  • Severely slanted teeth
  • Excessive gum recession
  • Severe overbite or underbite
  • Minor underbite
  • Missing more than 2 teeth to the end of the arch
  • Large gaps in teeth
  • No teeth present
  • Over existing dentures

At Brighter Image Lab® we love the challenge of those who were “hard to design and/or turned down by a dentist”!

 We are the only design lab to offer Instant Smile Products with 
7, 14, and 30 day processing with No Dentist Visit.

Choosing The Best Smile Makeover From Brighter Image Lab

Here at Brighter Image Lab, we are looking for people who want to improve their SMILE.

We are smile designers. All we do is design smiles for people who want to change their smile NOW.

We do smile makeovers for people all over the world because the #1 thing you can do to improve your overall appearance is to improve your smile!

The reason why most people don’t fix it… is because they don’t think it’s possible.

But, you can have an amazing smile that is affordable by choosing to buy Lab Direct with Brighter Image Lab. We don’t like to turn ANYONE away!

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Receding gum lines can be a warning of other oral issues

“A smile is the universal welcome.”

- Max Eastman

Receding gum lines can be a warning of other oral issues

The saying goes that a smile is the prettiest thing you can wear.

However, when you have problematic or unsightly gums or teeth, it can certainly hold you back from welcoming all of the beauty the universe has to offer.

A top gum issue that impacts many people’s smile is gum recession. From what it is to what causes it, here is what you need to know about receding gum lines.

What does Receding Gums mean?

Gum recession, also known as a receding gum line, is when the edge of the gum tissue that surrounds your teeth pulls back and wears away. As a result, more of your tooth or the tooth’s root is exposed.

When this happens, it forms gaps or “pockets” between your gum line and teeth. This makes it easy for bacteria to build up and cause issues and diseases. If receding gums are left untreated, it can result in tooth loss because the bone structures and supporting tissue of the teeth become critically damaged.

While gum recession is a common dental issue, it occurs gradually and many people don’t recognize the signs and symptoms:

  • The first sign of a receding gum line is tooth sensitivity.
  • A tooth or teeth may look longer that normal.
  • A notch can be felt near the gum line.

If you suspect you have gum recession, it is NOT something that you want to brush aside. Because there are treatments that both prevent further damage and repair the gums, it is recommended that you make an appointment with your dentist right away.

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Can receding gums grow back?

There are several factors that can cause your gums to recede:

Periodontal Diseases

  • Bacterial gum infections
  • Destroys supporting bone and gum tissue that hold your teeth in place.
  • The MAIN cause of gum recession is gum disease!

Rough Tooth Brushing

  • Aggressive brushing (either the wrong way or too hard) causes the enamel to wear away.
  • As a result, your gums will recede.

Genes

  • 30 percent of the population is predisposed to gum disease.
  • Gum disease occurs despite supreme oral care.

Poor Dental Care

  • Insufficient brushing, flossing, and rinsing allow tartar to build.
  • Tartar is hard and requires removal by a dentist.
  • This removal procedure can lead to gum recession.

Grinding & Clenching

  • These actions put too much force on your teeth and cause gum recession.

Tobacco Products

  • Using tobacco increases your chance of sticky plaque forming on your teeth.
  • Plaque is hard to remove and can cause gums to recede.

Misaligned Teeth

  • Crooked teeth place too much pressure on your bones and gums.
  • A misaligned bite can cause a receding gum line.

Oral Piercing

  • Tongue or lip piercings rub your gums and cause irritation.
  • This rubbing can wear away gum tissue.

Hormonal Fluctuation

  • Changes in female hormone levels can cause gums to become more sensitive and vulnerable to gum recession.
  • Hormonal fluctuations include puberty, pregnancy, and menopause.  

As we previously mentioned, it is vital to your oral health to schedule an appointment with your dentist so that he or she can assess the severity of the receding gum line and recommend a course of treatment, as receding gums do not grow back.

Next, let’s take a closer look how you can INSTANTLY improve your smile and the appearance of your gum line.

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State Dental Boards Limiting Choice For Consumers

Teeth Whitening and the State Licensing Boards

In an injunction issued by Judge Robert Pitman, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas held that Teladoc, the progressive healthcare platform connecting doctors to patients via remote means, succeeded in blocking the Texas Medical Board—for the time being. Teladoc, like the teeth whiteners of North Carolina, has taken on the Texas state licensing board in the dispute of the board’s illegally limiting competition. The Texas Medical Board, adopted revisions that Teladoc argues violates federal law as well as the Sherman Antitrust Act.

A matter of safety?

As with the teeth whitening debate, the Texas Medical Board claims their motivation is concern regarding patient safety. However, no evidence produced supports harm to any patient. The board rests soundly on the theory that allowing Teladoc to serve clients may prove harmful to the public. State dental boards promoting extreme concern for public safety without supporting evidence begs the question, Who are they really protecting? Big Brother oversight with no sign of even potential harm highlights how state boards feel about competition toward their participants.

State Dental Boards limit options

As technology develops, people demand more affordable, convenient options that the evolution makes available. The default maneuver across many states is to deny those options on legal grounds. Statutory language is revised to stamp out perceived threats.

This sends a clear message to the public that the status quo will always favor the licensing board. They ban new technology which lowers prices or opens new venues of alternatives to traditional care. And people are clearly getting the message.

While the dentists and doctors may think that no one is watching, the public is paying close attention. They understand that state dental boards are more than market participants. Guided by corporations and special interests, they know these boards clearly hold their own interests above those of the people. Attempts to limit access to affordable healthcare for non-emergency medical issues won’t go any better than limiting teeth whitening did.

State Licensing Boards trying public patience

With the affordability of technology and public healthcare, when will they exhaust the public’s patience? People grow weary of self-interested state licensing boards conveniently limiting options.

In this case, at least, Teladoc has the means to stand toe-to-toe with the state licensing board. But what about the next wave of emerging technology that threatens a state board?

In North Carolina, viable small businesses shut down due to orders deemed illegal by The United States Supreme Court. Who pays for entrepreneurship crushed out by the next state licensing board’s “theory of harm” that they can’t prove?

There should be some measure in that gray area of “oversight” that calls for actual proof. At the very least, boards can offer thorough research and investigation. State dental boards cannot shut down a viable and profitable business simply because it competes with the board’s participants.

While expanding markets continue to offer new opportunities, a savvy public demand options. The status quo will not hold for long. Technology will continue to develop, and people will demand further improvement in their access to care.​

People deserve choices in how to obtain that care. Yet, state dental boards hold onto tired language of statutes quickly becoming outdated. Actions mimicking the same clutching that hindered email from replacing snail mail. The insistent drum of technology as it marches on will proves what a fool’s exercise that is.

Many licensing boards across the country, Texas included, don’t employ Parker’s immunity measures. This begs the more reasonable question, who will pay for the damages? Teladoc made clear that treble damages in the face of its scheduled IPO would run into the tens of millions.

Brighter Image Lab is an advocate for consumers

However, companies like Teladoc are not the only ones on the front lines of this critical shift in consumer advocacy.

Fighting for decades, Brighter Image Lab brings clients the very best in affordable teeth whitening and state-of-the-art removable smile makeovers. Find out how Press On Veneers has leveraged technology, creating a new smile enhancement.

Brighter Image Lab challenges the status quo and allows consumers to have a dental choice regarding the appearance of their smile. Before you pay thousands for dental veneers or a Snap On Smile, call and speak with Laurie Hall. Ask about the options available with Press On Veneer removable veneers.