Edelweiss composite veneers are available in an assortment of shapes and sizes, which were expertly developed based on a study of variations in natural tooth anatomy. This scientifically established range allows you to start with a composite veneer that already closely matches the shape and size of your patient's tooth. This reduces the amount of required tooth preparation, allowing you keep more natural tooth structure intact.
Great Results in Just One Appointment
With Edelweiss, there’s no lab time. There are no separate appointments for consultations, impressions, temporary seatings, and permanent restorations. All of this means Edelweiss makes it possible for you to give your patients a natural-looking, long-lasting smile in one appointment—start to finish.
With its economical price, Edelweiss unlocks the opportunity for you to offer natural-looking restorations to patients who may have previously chosen not to have esthetic work done because of the traditionally high cost. In other words, Edelweiss enables you to offer a beautiful smile to patients who never thought they could have one.
Smooth Inorganic Surface
Even magnified 31x, Edelweiss composite veneers appear smooth with no visible composite structure.
Distinct Layer of Sintered Glass
Magnified 10,000x, the layer of laser-sintered glass can be seen. In the process of laser sintering, nanoparticles in the composite are fused together, creating a strong, durable material. Because of this durability, Edelweiss composite veneers are less likely to chip and wear down, so you can be confident the authentic mamelons and incisal edges of each composite veneer will stay intact.
Every composite veneer in the Edelweiss system is laser sintered to create an extremely durable surface. This enhanced durability makes Edelweiss composite veneers more resistant to scratching and wear than other composite veneers.
Sold Directly to Licensed Dental Professionals Only
Ultradent is committed to supporting the dental community. Edelweiss is sold directly to licensed dental professionals only. It’s important for dentists to ensure their patients understand the Edelweiss procedure, have realistic expectations of the outcome, and have an enjoyable experience so they are pleased with the final result.