FirstFit Veneers are minimally invasive cosmetic shells that are constructed of a high-strength all-ceramic material and bonded to the front of your existing teeth. FirstFit all-ceramic veneers are a fast, affordable and predictable solution that will enable you to smile your best smile.
By using the latest digital technology and smile design software, your FirstFit Authorized Practice will prepare your teeth by using 3D printed guides that allow a minimally invasive preparation to preserve more of your healthy tooth structure.
After you complete a smile assessment you will need to book an appointment with a FirstFit Authorized Practice. Your dentist will evaluate your smile and in most cases provide a digital smile design for you to see the proposed treatment. Once you approve your plan, you will book an appointment to re-visit your dentist where they will prepare and deliver your new beautiful smile in the same visit.
Complete your free smile assessment to verify that FirstFit is right for you. Once you complete your assessment you can schedule a consultation with any FirstFit Authorized Practice.
Dentists need to be trained and certified to offer FirstFit in their practice. View the complete list of Authorized Practices here.
While FirstFit can improve many characteristics of your smile there are instances where we do not recommend treatment. If you have severe crowding or are currently undergoing orthodontic treatment, we recommend waiting until your orthodontic treatment has been completed. Your dentist can guide you through other instances that FirstFit would not be recommended.
After you and your dentist decide on the appropriate treatment plan and complete the impression of your teeth, your next visit is all you need for your new smile. In most cases, FirstFit Veneer procedures will take less than two hours but depends on each dentist as time may vary.
FirstFit Veneers are made using e.max®, a lithium disilicate highly esthetic, strong and durable material.
Veneers usually last between 15-20 years and require gentle brushing and flossing daily. Regular checkups at the dental office are encouraged.
Veneers are generally a selective cosmetic procedure and most insurances do not cover them. Check with your insurance provider to see if you are covered or if you are eligible for any reimbursement.