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$995 Veneer Special 



  What separates you from a Hollywood smile?


Perhaps a fraction of a millimeter. That is a thickness of a traditional porcelain veneer. The Same Quality Porcelain Veneer that can cost up to $2000 or more in other offices.


When Experience Matters:   

Midtown Veneer Dentist : We create smiles and have done so for over 30 years. In NYC they have to look greater than great.

  • The porcelain used to create these veneers is the BEST available! Our lab uses E-max, Zirconium, Lumineers, Minimal Prep. Componeer, No Prep. Veneers, and Composite Resin Based.
  • We will match or beat the aesthetics of the veneers that cost 2-3 times the price.
  • Made individually by a ceramic artist to match your face and gender for that natural look and beautiful smile!
  • Porcelain veneers can be a game changer finally in the way you always wanted to look and feel with confidence shown when you smile.
  • The mouth is responsible for 60-70% of the visual perception of the face. Using artistic principles and porcelain veneers in many cases, dentists are able to create startling dental changes realizing the desires and dreams of their patients.

**Contact Us for a Free Consultation Before Any Treatment**


" Your front teeth are naturally the most important part of your smile therefore the veneers made must have a natural life-like look that even a Dentist can't tell they were done"!
~Dr. Horvath  

Veneers Make a Big Difference!

COMPLIMENTARY Smile Design Consult:

Want to feel better about your smile? 

Get our COMPLIMENTARY SMILE consult and $500 off
INVISALIGN treatment.

 NEW Quasar Office Teeth Whitening Before treatment (1 visit) is producing shades 2-3 shades lighter to get a shade you desire to match the veneers.

Contact Us for a Free Consultation Before Any Treatment


Congratulations to Dr. Michael A. Horvath, DDS on being the on top Dentist in New York ranking of 2015.   


 Before & After







These teeth show aggressive abrasion - Veneers were placed and the same will be placed on the lowers. Veneers are harder than our natural enamel resulting in a long-lasting restoration. They have also shown high resistance to discoloration. There are two types of veneers that can be used.

  • DIRECT (prepless) VENEERS


DIRECT VENEERS: are made chair side by the dentist with moldable composites resins that the dentist hand sculptures to the size, shape and color desired. This then forms a strong chemical bond with the tooth structure by using a high intensity light causing the resin to harden in a few seconds.


INDIRECT VENEERS: require the removal of a small amount of tooth surface( larger than a thickness of a finger nail)-  this preparation is then recorded with an impression material. This is sent to a dental lab where a veneer- made of highly compressed porcelain is made that matches the color , size, and shape desired. It is then bonded to the previous prepared teeth and held in place by a strong mechanical and chemical bond. Porcelain vеnееrѕ rеѕіѕt stains bеttеr than rеѕіn vеnееrѕ аnd bеttеr mіmіс thе lіght rеflесtіng рrореrtіеѕ оf nаturаl tееth. 




VENEERS: can be used in a less-aggressive way than crowns for:

  • Worn Teeth
  • Irregularly Shaped Teeth
  • Chipped or Broken Teeth
  • Discolored Teeth
  • Misaligned , Uneven , or Crooked Teeth
  • Correcting a Gap Between Teeth 
  • Finally Replacing Discolored Tooth Colored Filling That Keep Cracking With More Permanent Non- Color Changing Porcelain.  


Before and After 


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Traditional Veneers  vs  No Prep Lumineer/ Vivaneer? What separates you from a Hollywood smile? Perhaps a fraction of a millimeter. That is a thickness of a traditional veneer, or even less, in case of a Lumineer/ Vivaneer! Put on a set of traditional veneers or the modern Lumineers, and you get the smile of your choice. But not quite! The problem you face next is which one to go for, traditional veneers or the Lumineers. Veneers and Lumineers have quite a few similarities. Here is some information which will lead you towards an informed decision.

  Similarities between Traditional Porcelain Veneers and No-Prep Veneers Both options:

  • Hide your dental flaws like discoloration, stains, cracked or chipped teeth, gaps, or misshapen teeth. 
  • Improve your smile greatly.
  • Have quite a similar financial impact
  • Are comfortable
  • Look natural
  • Are durable
  • Will not stain or discolor
  • Custom-made for a perfect smile.


There are some differences between Traditional Veneers and No-Prep Veneers to which you need to understand. 

Here are some advantages Lumineers have over traditional veneers.

  • Thickness- Lumineers are less than half the thickness of traditional veneers, 0.2 mm vs 0.5 mm.•
  • Preparation-Lumineers require minimal, or no preparation of the teeth for their attachment. In contrast, porcelain veneers always require preparation of the teeth to create space for their attachment.
  • Loss of Enamel- Preparation involves removal of enamel to make allowance for the thickness of the veneer. This can cause temporary sensitivity to hot and cold. The teeth will also be exposed if the veneers have to be removed at some point in the future.
  • Lumineers leave your teeth in their original condition.
  • Lesser Chairside time Required – Since no preparation of teeth is required, Lumineers take less time to install. 
  • Because of their thinness, No-prep veneers or Lumineers do have some limitations:
  • Do you grind Your Teeth? If you are prone to grind your teeth, both Lumineers and porcelain veneers tend to excessively grind the opposing natural teeth. You may have to teeth guards at night.
  • Bulkier feeling- Since Lumineers are bonded on the teeth without, or with minimal trimming, Lumineers give a bulkier feeling at least at the start.
  • Cost Difference- Although the difference is small, but Lumineers do cost slightly more.
  • Not Suitable for All Conditions because of their thinness about ( 0.3mm), Lumineers are not as versatile in covering dental defects and deeply stained teeth.


What Should I do?
Which option is better in your specific case depends on your dental conditions. The best advice for you will be to decide in consultation with a good cosmetic dentist after he or she has examined you thoroughly.

                                  BELOW ARE ARE SOME OF DR. HORVATH'S  NO-PREP VENEER Patients.






Dental Veneers Frequently Asked Questions!

Q: How white can make the porcelain?

A: The simple answer; as white as you want! Dental porcelain used for making dental crowns and veneers is prepared by using different shades. Therefore, it is easy to make your prosthesis as white as you want. In addition, newer systems now allow for digital scanning of the patients natural teeth. The shade and color of their natural teeth can then be used to prepared porcelain veneers or crowns that exactly match with the adjacent natural teeth. 

Q: Can Resins be used instead of Porcelain Resins can be used for fabrication of dental veneers and crowns?

A: In fact, veneers or crowns prepared from resins are much cheaper and their fabrication is less technique sensitive. In addition, resin veneers or crowns can be repaired if they get damaged. However, they also possess certain drawbacks over porcelain. Resins have a higher wear rate when compared with porcelains. That is why they need to be replaced more often when compared with dental porcelain. On the other hand, porcelain veneers and crowns are much more durable and they possess better esthetics. 

Q: Are more expensive veneers better than cheaper ones?

A: Not always. It largely depends upon the expertise, quality of the porcelain used,tooth preparation technique of the dentist as well as the shade selected for matching with the neighboring teeth, regarding the esthetic outcomes of the prosthesis. Your dentist is the best person to guide you regarding the choice of veneers.  

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