A simple procedure leaving you with stronger teeth and a more youthful smile.
Dental veneers are becoming increasingly popular for their ability to repair, protect and enhance the overall appearance of teeth. Whether you are looking to repair a chipped or worn tooth or you simply dream of attaining the perfect smile, a dental veneers treatment could help you achieve those goals.
What is a Dental Veneer?
A dental veneer is a thin, custom-made covering that is placed over the front of the tooth. Veneers can be applied in a simple procedure that only requires a few visits. Dental veneers are popular for restoring the strength and appearance of teeth that may be:
Generally used as a cosmetic dental treatment, veneers are perfect for patients whose teeth are naturally yellow or have a grey cast and can’t achieve a white smile with bleaching. They are also a solution for patients suffering from a chip or crack in their tooth to repair the shape and protect the tooth from further problems.
Types of Dental Veneers
Composite Resin Veneers
Why Choose Dental Veneers?
Are There Any Alternatives?
Teeth WhiteningIf you are simply experiencing discolouration and you would like to brighten your smile, you may like to consider teeth whitening. In-practice teeth whitening products that are applied by a dental professional can give you fast results for a beaming smile. While these are a more affordable option than porcelain veneers, they last 4-8 years and require more maintenance as they are more prone to chipping.
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