Removable veneers are veneers that you can put on and take off whenever you want. This type of veneer is typically sold as a full set that slides over your natural teeth, concealing them. They have names that emphasize their removable nature, calling themselves snap-in, or slip-on, etc. These tend to be very low-quality, though they aren’t all the same low quality.
At the bottom end of this type of veneer, there are some that have a boil-and-bite base that you can potentially use to fit them over your smile at home. Others ask you to provide impressions that you mail in. Neither of these tend to work very well. The fit is generally poor, and the appearance is little better than the costume teeth you buy at a novelty store, if at all.
More expensive, and a little more effective are the removable veneers that a dentist might fit for you. These aren’t great, but they usually fit, at least.
The material used for this type of veneer tends to be a soft plastic. Even if these veneers do fit and look reasonable enough to go out in public with them on, they are not usually suitable for eating with.
This type of veneer does not provide the reliable quality results we want for our patients, so we do not offer them at Country Club Dentistry.