Veneers improve the colour or repair teeth or close a small gap between teeth
A veneer is a thin layer of porcelain made to fit over the front of a tooth. Normally veneers will be constructed using a very thin layer of porcelain that will match the natural colour of your tooth.
To prepare the tooth a small amount of the outer layer of the tooth may be removed. The dentist will then take impressions of your teeth which will be sent to the laboratory for the technician to create the veneer. This will take around two weeks. At your second appointment, the veneer will be bonded in place using a special adhesive. You will not need to wear a temporary in between visits as there is very little preparation to your tooth.
Veneers do not stain – veneers will retain their white finish and will not stain
Veneers can correct multiple flaws –It is possible to change a range of cosmetic flaws such as spaces, discolouration, staining, chipped or fractured teeth with veneers.
Veneers can dramatically change your smile – multiple veneers can be made to produce instant and dramatic improvements to your smile.