So veneers last between 15 to 20 years. That's typically what we tell people when we're placing them. One question I get immediately after that is, "Well, what happens after that 15 to 20 year period?" And essentially your tooth doesn't fall apart, they don't just spontaneously break or crumble away. Essentially what it just needs to be is the margin around the tooth of where it attaches, it starts to degrade. We gave you the contact lens analogy. Almost like you can think about the periphery around that lens has become degradated and is now leaking.
So all we have to do now is just take off that old veneer and replace it with a new veneer on a new bonded interface. So to answer the question of how many times you could have your veneers replaced, really unlimited amount of times, because it can be a very conservative replacement process.