What Are Veneers?

Made from a thin layer of porcelain which is bonded to the front of your tooth, veneers make teeth look natural and healthy. Due to the fact that they are very thin, little preparation of the tooth is required. They are individually made to match the size and shape of your tooth and can transform the appearance of your teeth. A precise shade of porcelain can be chosen to give the desired colour, this can improve a discoloured or stained tooth or teeth. Veneers can also be used to close small gaps, change the shape of crooked tooth or teeth, or to bring one tooth into line with the others.

What Does the Treatment Involve?

In order for veneers to be attached to the existing tooth, a small part of the enamel is removed. Doing this creates enough room for the veneer to sit in-between your teeth and creates a straight finish. A mould and/or scan of the mouth is taken in order for the veneers to be created at the lab. In the meantime, temporary veneers are used until the bespoke ones arrive. When attaching the new set, an acidic compound is placed on the teeth in order to create a rough surface for the veneers to easily bond to.

What Next?

Due to each patient’s needs being unique, a consultation with one of our dentists is necessary to identify the treatment that is most suitable. Our team will create a bespoke treatment plan, outlining all of the costs to put the patient in control of their treatment choices. We will also outline all of the payment options available, such as finance options to spread the cost of treatment or monthly plans to cover the cost of routine dental care. To book an appointment, please use the button below…

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