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Which types of porcelain veneers are used?

Which types of porcelain veneers are used?Restoring teeth with porcelain veneers is becoming increasingly popular as the demand for aesthetic improvement among customers, especially women, is growing higher and the trend of beauty enhancement is becoming more widespread.

In recent years, the introduction of veneer porcelain veneers has been widely embraced and preferred due to their superior characteristics compared to traditional porcelain tooth restoration techniques. So, what are veneer porcelain veneers? Which types of porcelain can be used to create veneer facings? Let’s find out in this article with BeDental!


Veneer porcelain veneers, or simply veneers, are a modern aesthetic tooth restoration technique using ultra-thin glass veneer facings (only 0.3mm to 0.5mm thick) to provide customers with white, evenly beautiful teeth and a perfect smile.

This is considered a new breakthrough in aesthetic dentistry technology due to its superior characteristics compared to previous porcelain restoration techniques, and it is trusted and chosen by many customers.

Veneer facings are directly bonded to the surface of the natural teeth without excessive enamel reduction, and in some cases, no tooth reduction is required. This helps address the biggest concern of customers – “Do I need to remove enamel for porcelain restorations?” and helps preserve the maximum structure of the natural teeth.

Advantages of veneer porcelain veneers

Preserving the maximum structure of natural teeth: In essence, veneer facings are just ultra-thin glass veneers bonded to the front surface of the teeth, covering the entire outer surface and biting edge. Unlike traditional porcelain restorations, which require reduction of all four surfaces of the teeth.

At the same time, veneer facings are crafted using modern hydraulic cutting technology, achieving high precision to each tooth’s alignment and achieving a thickness of only 0.3 – 0.5mm. Moreover, veneer facings are only bonded to the outer surface of the front tooth group, so veneer porcelain veneers do not require invasive intervention to the underlying enamel surface.

In many cases, even with small or short teeth, you may not need to modify the tooth surface as the veneer facings can be directly bonded without affecting the enamel and the ability to chew, as well as the post-treatment discomfort experienced with traditional porcelain restorations.

types of porcelain veneers

Safe and highly biocompatible veneer porcelain veneers: The veneer facings are crafted from premium glass porcelain material and CAD/CAM technology for precise cutting.

The outer porcelain layer is resistant to erosion, has good stain resistance, high hardness of up to 400Mpa, good strength, and is non-irritating, non-chemically reactive, and highly biocompatible in the oral environment.

Veneer porcelain veneers provide maximum aesthetic results: Through a 5-layer porcelain hot pressing process with modern technology, the thinness of the veneer facings reaches a maximum of only 0.3mm, so the veneer facings have a natural translucency like real teeth while still ensuring bright, even white teeth.

Convenient and quick veneer bonding process: Since veneer facings do not require extensive invasive intervention to the tooth surface by the dentist, nor do they require much time for alignment like porcelain crown methods, the veneer bonding process is very fast and convenient for customers.

Disadvantages of veneer porcelain veneers

Veneer porcelain veneers can only be applied to cases where the natural teeth are already fairly even and straight, or cases where the natural teeth are only slightly misaligned. They cannot be used for severe misalignments or bite discrepancies as veneer porcelain veneers cannot correct these conditions.

In addition, due to the meticulous and high technical requirements of the manufacturing process, the cost for each veneer facing is not cheap, averaging from 8 to 12 million VND per tooth.


WHICH CASES SHOULD VENEER PORCELAIN VENEERS BE APPLIED ? Veneer porcelain veneers are an effective tooth restoration method for the following cases:

  • Short teeth, mildly worn or cracked teeth
  • Uneven gaps or slight gaps between teeth
  • Slightly misaligned teeth, uneven sizes of teeth
  • Discolored teeth, yellowing due to tetracycline antibiotic staining, smoking, or frequent consumption of colored foods such as tea, coffee, etc., that have been whitened multiple times but have not achieved the desired results.
  • Customers who want to change the shape, color of teeth, and translucency of tooth enamel without invasive intervention or minimal tooth reduction.

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So, which cases should not undergo veneer porcelain veneers?

  • Cases of misaligned bite, crooked or severely misaligned teeth
  • Gum disease
  • Deep cavities, root canal treated or already treated teeth
  • Missing teeth or excessive gaps between teeth.


Veneer porcelain veneers are a cosmetic dental restoration method that provides optimal results in terms of both aesthetics and chewing function, and is becoming increasingly popular.

However, many customers still have concerns about the safety of this method. So, are veneer facings really as safe as advertised?

Potential risks of veneer facings

Excessive invasive intervention on the tooth root

This is a difficult technique to perform in dental restorative procedures, requiring the dentist to have solid expertise and experience to accurately measure the ratio of tooth surface grinding.

Avoid excessive grinding that can cause imbalance between the tooth root and the veneer facing, making the veneer facing not guaranteed in terms of accuracy and aesthetics, and can also affect your bite.

If you do not choose reputable dental clinics, with dentists who are not highly skilled and experienced, with inaccurate completion of the procedure, it is very easy to cause bacterial invasion into the gaps, leading to tooth decay, bad breath, gum inflammation, and in the long term, bone loss.

Low quality veneer facings

Many unreliable dental clinics choose to use cheap materials, with unknown origins or not biocompatible for the human body, in order to compete in terms of price. They may even take advantage of the customer’s lack of knowledge about veneer facings to replace them with cheap ceramic crowns and perform them using the veneer covering method.

Accompanied by that is the unreliable dental technique, leading to easy cracking of the veneer facings during long-term use, creating conditions for bacteria to invade the gaps, attacking and destroying the tooth enamel, causing various complex oral diseases that, if not detected and treated early, can have serious consequences for oral health.

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How to safely perform veneer facings?

Before getting veneer porcelain veneers, you need to thoroughly research the dental clinic you plan to choose. Additionally, you need to have the necessary knowledge to understand the current condition of your teeth as well as the veneer porcelain veneer method and its advantages and disadvantages.

Furthermore, you should schedule a specific dental examination before making a decision to get veneer porcelain veneers to determine if you are suitable for this method or not.

Choosing a reputable and quality dental clinic will also ensure your safety during the veneer facings procedure, minimizing invasive interventions, reducing pain and discomfort, and providing specific warranty policies to prevent unfortunate risks during the process, helping the long-term effectiveness of the veneer facings.

What are the types of porcelain veneers facings?

Emax Veneer Porcelain Veneers

Emax (short for Esthetic Maximum) is a type of teeth made entirely of high-quality glass ceramic material with high translucency, natural-looking just like real teeth. Glass ceramic material has a high level of safety and does not cause chemical reactions in the oral environment. Emax Veneer Porcelain Veneers will give you the most natural and beautiful-looking set of teeth.


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Currently, there are many countries in the world that produce Emax porcelain materials, such as Germany with the Siroma brand, or many advanced medical technology countries like the United States, Japan, etc. In Vietnam, there are two types of Emax porcelain widely used in dentistry, which are Emax Zic and Emax Press.

Emax Press Porcelain Veneers

Crafted on the world’s leading CEREC technology production line, Emax Press porcelain veneers incorporate all the superior features compared to traditional porcelain crowns, with exquisite design down to the smallest details of the tooth’s texture and a bright white color that achieves a natural translucent effect, just like real teeth.

The inner layer is made of Lithium Disilicate glass ceramic material, which is heated at high temperatures of thousands of degrees Celsius. Therefore, the Emax veneer surface has a strong hardness and maximum resistance much higher than that of natural teeth.

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Emax Zic Porcelain Veneers

Similar to the Emax Press line, Emax Zic, also known as Emax Zirconia, is made of glass ceramic material with an Emax porcelain coating. However, the core of the tooth is made from zirconium oxide material, which provides a higher level of hardness and durability.

Lisi Porcelain Veneers

This is a type of all-ceramic tooth from the GC group in Japan, with an ultra-thin structure ranging from 0.3 to 0.4mm. It has a natural white color, good resistance to force, and can be used for both anterior and posterior teeth restorations.

Crafted with CAD/CAM technology and hydraulic cutting technology, Lisi porcelain veneers have high precision due to the hundreds of manually applied ceramic layers on the surface, creating a glossy, bright, and highly translucent effect that is just as natural as real teeth.

Porcelain veneers can be crafted in various shades depending on the customer’s preferences and the natural enamel color of their teeth, ranging from bright white to ivory, translucent white, or opaque white to meet different aesthetic needs.

The thickness of the Lisi veneer is only 0.4 to 0.5mm, but it has a high resilience of up to nearly 800Mpa, which is three times the resilience of natural teeth. This allows you to comfortably chew and eat without worrying about fractures during use.

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Lisi porcelain veneers have a very high biocompatibility, causing no irritation or gum discoloration as Lisi veneers are metal-free. Lisi veneers are also non-conductive, so you won’t experience sensitivity or toothache when eating hot or cold foods.

With many outstanding advantages compared to conventional porcelain veneers, one of the factors that makes customers hesitate when choosing Lisi veneers is the high cost. The average price for one unit of Lisi porcelain veneer is 10,000,000 VND, which is relatively high compared to other types of veneers.

However, this cost is completely worth it for a uniformly white and strong set of teeth that won’t chip while chewing.

These are all types of veneers produced with the most advanced technology in dentistry, with superior quality compared to conventional veneers.

They are able to meet all the strict requirements and standards of veneer material, which can only be applied in aesthetic restorations by dental centers that deeply invest in product quality and new techniques.


Compared to traditional porcelain crowns, veneer application is much quicker and more convenient because the veneer process does not require extensive tooth preparation.

Moreover, after the veneers are applied, there is no need for a lengthy adjustment process for the bite, as customers will immediately have a bright and confident smile.

Examination, evaluation, and X-ray imaging

At BeDental dental clinic, customers will undergo a general examination and X-ray imaging to assess the current condition of their oral health using advanced technology equipment and an experienced team of experts. Based on this, the most accurate treatment plan and consultation will be provided.

Impression taking

Based on the examination results and after determining the specific treatment progress, customers will have their dental impressions taken and sent to the lab for the 3D design of their smile, allowing them to envision the exact results of their dental work.

Veneer fabrication

Depending on the current condition of your teeth, the dentist will consider whether to roughen the front surface of your teeth to enhance the bond between the veneers and reduce the risk of veneer detachment. Then, the dentist will proceed to bond the veneers onto your natural teeth using specialized dental adhesives.

Veneer application

First, the dentist will perform a tooth shade test to allow the customer to choose the most suitable veneer color for their needs. Then, the dentist will proceed to etch the inner surface of the veneer and the outer surface of the teeth to be restored.

Next, the dentist will bond the veneers to the tooth structure using specialized dental adhesives, remove excess adhesive, and use a curing light to dry the adhesive, ensuring the veneers are firmly fixed to the tooth surface.

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Completion of tooth attachment and scheduling a follow-up appointment

After completing the veneer attachment process, the dentist will check the durability and stability of the veneers, as well as any sensitivity after veneer application, ensuring optimal chewing function and aesthetic results. Lastly, the dentist will provide instructions on oral care and schedule a follow-up appointment to assess the biocompatibility of the veneers after a period of use.


The cost of veneer restoration depends greatly on the dental clinic you choose for the veneer procedure. Choosing a reputable dental facility will not only help you avoid potential risks but also ensure safety throughout the veneer attachment process.

Currently, BeDental dental clinic is one of the leading dental chains in the field of veneer restoration in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Schedule an appointment with BeDental today to receive attractive offers for veneer application.


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Refer to the price list for porcelain veneers:

Danh mụcGiá thành
1. Phục hình tháo lắp - (Tìm hiểu thêm...)
Removable Denture (More detail...)
Giá Hàm nền nhựa thường
Conventional Denture (More detail...)
(1 hàm)4.000.000
~ 157$
Giá Hàm nền nhựa dẻo
Flexible acrylic partial denture
(1 hàm)5.500.000
~ 216$
Giá Hàm khung kim loại thường
Cast metal partial denture
(1 hàm)4.500.000
~ 177$
Giá Hàm khung Titan
Titanium partial denture
(1 hàm)6.000.000
~ 236$
2. Răng giả (Tìm hiểu thêm...)
False teeth
Giá Răng giả hàm tháo lắp nhựa nội
Acrylic resin teeth -made in Vietnam
( 1 răng)350.000
~ 14$
Giá Răng giả hàm tháo lắp nhựa Mỹ
Acrylic resin teeth -made in USA
( 1 răng)600.000
~ 24$
Giá Răng giả hàm tháo lắp sứ
Porcelain teeth backed with metal
( 1 răng)1.800.000
~ 71$
Máng nâng khớp
Denture occlúion
~ 39$
3. Phục hình cố định :
Non-removable denture
Giá Sứ kim loại (Tìm hiểu thêm...)
Porcelain teeth backed with metal
Giá Răng sứ kim loại thường (Ni,Cr)
Porcelain teeth backed with metal (Ni,Cr)
~ 71$
Giá Răng sứ kim loại Vivadent france (Cr,Co)
Porcelain teeth backed with metal Vivadent France (Cr,Co)
~ 71$
Giá Răng sứ kim loại Jelenko USA ( Cr, Co)
Porcelain teeth backed with metal Jelenko USD (Cr,Co)
~ 79$
Giá Răng sứ kim loại titan
Porcelain teeth backed with titanium
~ 138$
Giá Sứ không kim loại : (Tìm hiểu thêm)
Non-metal Teeth
Giá Răng sứ Katana (bảo hành 7 năm)
Porcelain Veneer Katana from Japan
~ 138$
Giá Răng sứ Venus ( bảo hành 7 năm) (Tìm hiểu thêm...)
Porcelain Veneer Venus from Germany (More detail...)
~ 157$
Giá Răng sứ Roland ( bảo hành 10 năm) (Tìm hiểu thêm...)
Porcelain Veneer Roland from Germany (More detail...)
~ 189$
Giá Răng sứ Roland HD (bảo hành 10 năm) (Tìm hiểu thêm...)
Porcelain Veneer Roland HD from Germany
~ 232$
Giá Răng sứ Ceramill (bảo hành 10 năm)(Tìm hiểu thêm...)
Porcelain Veneer Ceramil from Germany
~ 236$
Giá Răng sứ Emax Nanoceramics ( bảo hành 15 năm)
Porcelain Veneer Emax from Germany
~ 275$
Giá Răng sứ HTsmile (Bảo hành 15 năm) (Tìm hiểu thêm...)
Porcelain Veneer Htsmile from Germany (More detail...)
~ 275$
Giá Răng sứ Emax* Press Lithium Disilicate (Bảo hành 15 năm) (Tìm hiểu thêm...)
Porcelain Veneer Emax press from Germany (More detail...)
~ 314$
Giá Răng sứ Cercon (Bảo hành 15 năm) (Tìm hiểu thêm...)
Porcelain Veneer Cercon from Germany (More detail...)
~ 275$
Giá Răng sứ Nacera Pearl Shade ( bảo hành 10 năm)
Porcelain Veneer Nacera from Germany
~ 393$
Giá Răng sứ Lava 3M Premium Plus ( bảo hành 15 năm) (Tìm hiểu thêm...)
Porcelain Veneer Lava 3M Plus from USA (More detail...)
~ 354$
Giá Răng sứ Lava Esthentics ( bảo hành 15 năm)
Porcelain Veneer 3M Lava Esthetic from USA
~ 472$
Giá Răng sứ Lisi Press (bảo hành 15 năm) (Tìm hiểu thêm...)
Porcelain Veneer Lisi from Japan (More detail...)
~ 472$
Giá Răng sứ kim cương (Bảo hành trọn đời)
Porcelain Veneer Diamond from USA
16.000.000 ~ 629$

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