What are veneers?
before and after
What are veneers used for?
A few of these reasons are:
- To straighten crowded teeth – overcrowding is a common occurrence that develops gradually over time. Veneers can be placed onto prepared teeth to disguise crowding for a beautiful smile. You will always be offered teeth straightening with Invisalign clear braces for any crowding, as a minimally invasive alternative.
- To close gaps between teeth – the opposite of crowding is also a cause for concern for some. Veneers can be designed to provide more significant coverage than natural teeth so that gaps can be minimised.
- To conceal tooth discolouration – Many types of discolouration cannot be remedied by whitening alone – this may be through fluorosis, drug side-effects, or congenital defects. Whatever the cause of discoloured teeth, veneers are ideal for hiding unwanted stains.
What should I expect during treatment?
What types of veneers are there?
- Porcelain Veneers – In the majority of cases, porcelain is used due to its durability. Porcelain is non-porous, which means that it does not easily pick up stains from foods like tea, coffee, or red wine.
- Composite Veneers – Composite has its own advantages such as repairability and more natural opacity. Although the composite options are not as strong and slightly more porous than their porcelain counterparts, they are more affordable and can be repaired if damage occurs.
What should I expect?
Once you decide on a smile you are happy with, we can then prepare your teeth as conservatively as possible and ask the lab to craft your veneers with a range of different effects and textures to give you a smile that is truly individual.
As with all our dental procedures, your comfort comes first. You will be offered treatment using the exclusive Enjoyable Dentistry Technique™ as part of your course of treatment.
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