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Press On Veneers Smile Changing Magic

What is Press On Veneers? An irresistibly good smile solution

Bil Watson

What are Press On Veneers and how do you get a smile you love? It’s a fair question, especially considering they are the most innovative cosmetic dental solution available today that no one knows about.

Most dentists today know about Press On Veneers but they are reluctant to share this smile solution with their patients. Why would they do this? We can only assume it’s because revealing this option  would reduce the dentists’ profits.

What are Press On Veneers and how to get a swoon-worthy smile?

Keep reading to learn what Press On Veneers are, why you’ve never heard of them, and how they could potentially give you a smile that you’d be proud to share!

What Are Press On Veneers?

Press On Veneers are a removable tooth cover designed to hide gapped teeth, missing teeth, misaligned teeth, and more.

Imagine having the freedom to smile or laugh without having to worry about showing your unsightly teeth when you do. Press On Veneers makes this dream a reality, instantly.

Why are Press On Veneers Important?

Do you miss important events like reunions or family pictures because of embarrassment? Ever back out of dates or class reunions because you can’t face the horror of people staring at your teeth? Have you caught yourself looking in the mirror wishing you had a nicer smile?

If you said yes to any of these, Press On Veneers could be the most important investment you could make in yourself.

Picture yourself living carefree, not having to cover your mouth any time you laugh. I know it may seem like a pipe dream, but that can be your new reality.

Can you eat with Press On Veneers?

Based on feedback from our clients, we believe the vast majority of our clients can – and do – eat while wearing Press On Veneers. If you choose to eat with the veneers in place, we strongly encourage you to remember that you’re wearing a cosmetic item, and choose your food options accordingly.

For example, eating fish or chicken would be advisable to a well-done steak. If you did eat a steak, we’d suggest cutting into smaller, more manageable pieces. Mashed potatoes would be a safer choice than carrots, and an apple slice might be fine, whereas I wouldn’t recommend biting into a whole apple.

Basically, do whatever you can to avoid challenging the veneers, and be sure to rinse them out thoroughly after eating.

How do you get Press On Veneers to fit my teeth?

We ship you a specialized impression system that has all of the materials and detailed instructions you need to take impressions of your own teeth at home.

Once we get those impressions, we’ll use 3D scanning to create a high resolution, digital model of your teeth, and our designers use that model to determine the fit and look of your PressOn Veneers. For an easy to follow explanation of our process, you can watch this short video.

Are you the only company selling Press On Veneers?

Due to rising demand, we are not the only company selling teeth covers. We are the original maker and still the only company producing the PressOn Veneers brand.

We know there are many other companies who pretend to carry PressOn Veneers. Some of these have either provided a truly lackluster smile, or never provided a smile at all.

Bil Watson created Brighter Image Lab in 1997 and we still have the same phone number and the same Lab Direct Process. We’ve invested countless hours and a lot of money to develop our method for creating removable veneers, and we’re extremely proud of what we do.

That’s why we get so upset when we see other companies out there telling people they do what we do. We know what it took to get us here, and we hear the stories of people they claim to help - many who become our clients.

We’re talking about the number one asset you have, your smile. Do you really want to trust it to a company you’ve only seen on Facebook?

What do Press On Veneers cost?

We don’t produce the cheapest tooth cover, and that’s a good thing. Other companies seem content to settle for inferior goods and processes. We use only the finest materials and our exclusive Lab Direct Process to create an amazing new smile for you.

We also have three levels of removable veneers to suit our client’s individual needs. Our entry level was the first veneer we created. PressOn Veneers is a basic veneer, and still a far cry better than most available today. It has rivaled some porcelain veneers in terms of quality and apperance.

Our BIL Veneers is the flagship product, and came from years of trial and error trying to make the Press On Veneers better. Once we realized to get this level of detail and shine, we needed to invest more of our designers’ time and more work in the lab, we created the BIL Veneers product and priced it to match the effort.

IncrediBIL Veneers are the latest and most ambitious product Brighter Image Lab has ever worked on. The unique material is translucent, and not available through any other company. The light reflecting properties of this material gives the veneer a constant shine making them the most realistic tooth cover available today!

Conclusion

Now you should have a good understanding of what Press On Veneers are, and why the original PressOn Veneers are the only tooth cover you should consider. While other options exist, we know the time and effort we put into our work.

Have questions? Our smile specialists are ready to answer them all! Simply click the chat button below to learn all about our Press On Veneers lineup.

 Ready to order? Simply click on the veneer of your choice below to start your smile transformation today!

PressOn Veneers
Press On Veneers

Our classic, beautifully designed, 100% Digitally Processed, Removable Veneers.

$

795

IncrediBIL Veneers
Incredibil veneers

The newest addition to our family of veneers features unique light reflecting properties.

$

1,495

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Receding gum lines can be a warning of other oral issues

Receding Gum Line – 3 Startling Signs You May Need a Dentist

Bil Watson

“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.

Can you fix receding gums?

It’s the BEST way to a brighter and whiter smile...

You can unlock your smile’s potential and transform the appearance of your receding gum line with Lab Direct custom removable veneers from Brighter Image Lab!

Our product can take the place of long healing and tedious aftercare needed after gum surgery. For gummy smiles, we also provide long terms results. We know that our customized veneers are sustainable and cost effective compared to traditional dental visits and in-office cosmetic dental appointments

Check out these incredible reasons why removable veneers are a great choice to cover a receding gum line:

  • 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 because there is no need to visit a dentist. All of the materials you need to get started are delivered directly to your house.

No matter what type of result you are looking for, your dental dreams can come true with Brighter Image Lab.

Our custom molds prevent over exaggerated dental costs for non-oral health threatening treatments.

You really can bring your smile to its ultimate level… without paying $20,000+ for a cosmetic smile makeover.

Let us introduce you to the life changing magic of removable dental veneers.

Join us as we welcome you to the future of smile design.

Come see how we can improve your smile in a way that you never thought imaginable. You truly owe it to yourself to look at Press On Veneers, BILVeneers, and IncrediBIL Veneers at BrighterImageLab.com.

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Why Are Dentists So Expensive?

Aubrey Hanson
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Why Are Dentists So Expensive?

Normal dental work and checkups can be quite expensive. A simple teeth cleaning can cost $90-$300, not to mention x-rays and the occasional filling. This is an expense many people cannot afford or prefer to avoid. 

Avoiding preventative measures, however, can doom patients to incredibly expensive procedures in the future, like crowns, bridges, and the ever-dreaded root canal. All this explains why thousands of people search online every day, trying to find an affordable dentist.

But why are dentists so expensive in the first place? Why does something as necessary as oral health have to break the bank? There are many reasons for this issue and several steps people are taking to make their care more affordable.  

The High Cost of Being A Dentist

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It is easy to demonize dentists for the high fees they charge to their patients. We typically imagine them pocketing the entire bill and spending it on a fancy new car or luxury vacation. Some dentists are in fact, scam artists and have predatory pricing practices. But the reality for most dentists is that being a dentist in itself is expensive. 

Why Are Dentists So Expensive?

High Dental School Fees

The cost of going to dental school has doubled since the 1990's. This has left many young dental school graduates in over $200,000 of debt starting out. This dauting debt will hinder young dentists from earning a good living for several years. 

Like all education, costs have grown and grown. In the past, students could quickly pay off the cost of an education, but today, crippling debts are the norm. This is the first of many changes driving up the cost of dental work. 

Why Are Dentists So Expensive?

High Starting Costs

It costs quite a bit to run a dental practice. Starting costs will include office necessities and a ton of expensive dental equipment. High-end dentist chairs can cost $10,000 or more! The sum of these start-up costs is generally estimated to be as high as $500,000! 

Dental technology requires a lot of research and development and is in an extremely niche market. To be able to develop the state-of-the-art technology that is now the norm, dental equipment companies have to charge a high premium. 

Dental technology wasn't always so advanced. The cost of this advancement trickles down to the patient sitting in the fancy (and expensive) dentist chair. 

Why Are Dentists So Expensive?

High Operating Expenses

Dental offices have to pay rent costs and they have to have multiple staff on hand. There typically are receptionists, dental hygienists, and possibly other specialists who all have salaries that must be paid. 

Gone are the days where a single dentist would set up his practice and operate it alone. The world has shifted and the demands of operating a modern practice are much higher. 

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Why Are Dentists So Expensive?

High Marketing Expenses

Dentists are retiring later and later in life, but new dentists are still entering the market at the same rate. Some markets now have too many dentists and they are having to compete more and more for each patient's business. This means they have to add marketing expenses to their budget which also drives up the price of dental work for the patient. 

In the past, dentists were able to simply open their practices and it was reasonable to expect a steady stream of patients through the door (as long as they were good dentists). The necessity of marketing is a new, expensive, and unfortunate phenomenon dentist have to navigate.

Why Are Dentists So Expensive?

Insurance Doesn't Help Much

Even though medical services in non-dental fields are often just as expensive as dental work is, patients are often shielded from the realities of these expenses, thanks to their standard health insurance plans. 

People with health insurance often pay an affordable co-pay and are unaware of what the medical professional actually charges. 

Dental insurance, on the other hand, does much less. It often only covers the cost of annual cleanings, some fillings, and just a portion of more expensive procedures. 

Often, when a patient needs extensive work, dental insurance doesn't help much. Many people don't have dental insurance because of this.  A typical result is simply not going to the dentist, even though dealing with dental issues can be extremely necessary and avoiding treatment can be intensely painful and even deadly. 

Possible Solutions

Ask Questions

Don't hesitate to ask a dentist if there are cheaper options. Often you can avoid certain costs upon request, like bi-annual x-rays or deep cleanings. 

Also, you don't have to accept everything a dentist says at face value. After a diagnosis, go home and research the prescribed procedure. You can also get a second opinion or second quote that may be cheaper. 

Dental Schools

Dental schools, while expensive for students studying dentistry, can be quite cheap for patients. Dental schools often offer procedures at discounted rates.

Dental students will do procedures under the supervision of more seasoned teachers. The work is often quite good but can take longer than a traditional dentist since the students are inexperienced and still learning. 

Dental Tourism

The interesting phenomenon known as dental tourism has become popular as dentists in the US (and Europe and Australia) have become unbearably expensive. 

Patients will travel to countries to get procedures done at much more affordable prices. Incredibly, the cost of traveling and the foreign procedure is often cheaper than when procedures are done domestically. 

This can be a good option for some people but there are many horror stories about botched procedures and crooked foreign dentists operating on tourists in unsanitized hotel rooms. 

Brighter Image Lab

Brighter Image Lab is a great option for cosmetic dental solutions, and it's especially great for those who wish to avoid the dental office altogether! 

This lab offers removable dental veneers without having to go through a dentist. Clients simply make their own dental impressions from a home-delivered kit. After sending their impressions back to the lab, the lab's talented smile designers create thin dental veneer arches that clip on perfectly into place. 

Clients are able to cover up large cosmetic issues like stains, crooked teeth, or even teeth that are missing all together. 

Many people are candidates for these dental veneers. Take the quiz below to see if they would work for you!

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PressOn Veneers
Press On Veneers

Our classic, beautifully designed, 100% Digitally Processed, Removable Veneers.

$

795

IncrediBIL Veneers
Incredibil veneers

The newest addition to our family of veneers features unique light reflecting properties.

$

1,495

0% Interest - 100% Approval*

Smile Assessment Quiz

Final Thoughts

Now that you have some clearer insights into the question, "Why are dentists so expensive?", you now know a bit more about what to expect. You also now know more about the inexpensive solutions offered here at Brighter Image Lab.

Make wise decisions about your oral healthcare moving forward, and be sure to do a lot of research before making expensive decisions.