A veneer is a very thin porcelain facing used to cover the fronts of teeth to improve their appearance.
It takes great skill to produce a veneer which is fine enough to fit perfectly to the tooth, and strong enough to last.
Advances in porcelain technology have made Veneers extremely durable and an excellent solution to many cosmetic imperfections.
Attention to detail is imperative so that the final result looks completely natural.
Cosmetic veneers are crafted by hand to fit each individual tooth, and to replicate your natural teeth in colour, shape and texture.
Tooth preparation is minimal.
How it is done
An impression is taken, and used by the dental technician to create a cast of your mouth, on which the veneer is modeled.
At the next appointment your dentist will check the shape, fit, and colour of the veneer. If you and your dentist are happy with the overall effect, the veneer will be secured to place.
- Excellent colour match
- Minimal preparation of your tooth
- Cosmetic improvement for poorly shaped, positioned, discoloured teeth
- Colour stable & stain resistant
Examples of use
- To cover chipped, broken misshapen or discoloured teeth
- To improve the alignment of crooked teeth
|Number of Appointments||Usually two.|
|Completion of Treatment||Typically 1-2 weeks|
|Advantages||Excellent colour match|
|Minimal preparation of your tooth|
|Colour stable and stain resistant|
|Examples of Use||To cover chipped, broken, or discoloured teeth, or to improve the alignment of crooked teeth|
|Care||Brush and floss daily as usual.|
|Regular examination and hygiene visits as usual|
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