Is COMPONEER only used for cosmetic corrections?

No, COMPONEER is certainly also used for general restorations.

How much does COMPONEER cost?

Generally speaking, COMPONEER costs approximately half of what conventional ceramic veneers cost. Your dentist can advise you accordingly, prepare a treatment plan and tell you the total costs of your new smile.

Will these costs be paid by my health insurance, and if yes, what proportion?

When COMPONEER is used for restorations, the costs are often paid by health insurances. However, this depends on the type of treatment and your insurance. Please ask your dentist or your insurance for details.

How long does COMPONEER last?

Based on many years of experience with composites, a lifespan of well between 8-10 years can be predicted for COMPONEER. With appropriate care and regular check-ups, the quoted lifespan can well be extended.

Will I experience an unpleasant feeling or pain?

Treatment is generally minimally invasive. This means that no, or only very little, dental substrate needs to be removed which could cause pain.

What must I do to retain my new smile for as long as possible?

Nothing stands in the way of your smile if you follow the instructions of your dentist and continue to plan regular check-ups and appointments for oral hygiene. COMPONEER are part of your teeth and you can brush and clean your teeth as usual. No extra effort is required.