Would It Be Possible for a Dental Lab to Make Indirect Acrylic/Composite Veneers?

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Lab made indirect veneers

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It is possible to have these made, and they should be less expensive than porcelain veneers. The downside is that they won't look quite as good and won't last as long.

Cleveland Dentist

Lab Made Composite or Acrylic Veneers

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Yes, Veneers of Composite or Acrylic made by the dental lab are available, but not common. Porcelain is a more life-like and durable material and used 99% of the time.

Mickey Bernstein, DDS
Memphis Dentist

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