Porcelain veneers are incredibly popular amongst celebrities because they can transform the smile; changing the shape, shade and size of the teeth. Veneers can mask any issues your teeth have such as stains, gaps, cracks or other aesthetic flaws. What makes veneers even more appealing is the fact that they are relatively cost-effective, and quick to place. So you don’t have to be a celebrity to benefit from the latest dental veneers!
Once you've had a complete consultation with us, we can place veneers in as little as two appointments. During the first appointment we will discuss the precise shade of high-quality ceramic veneer you would like to match your surrounding teeth. We will also agree the scope of the treatment, from a single tooth to a complete smile makeover.
Minor preparation is done to the natural teeth to accommodate the thickness of the veneer after which we take an digital impression for the laboratory to use to make your bespoke veneers. At this stage we might place temporary veneers so you don't have to worry about your smile image or sensitivity whilst you wait for your final fitting.
During your second appointment we will place your permanent veneers using strong dental adhesive and make any final adjustments. At this stage, your transformation is complete and you'll have the lovely new smile you always dreamed of!
The Key Benefits Of Veneers:
- Quick preparation and application
- Relatively affordable, especially with payment plans
- The veneers can last up to a decade with the right care
- The natural tooth underneath remains protected
- The smile can be completely transformed using veneers
- Able to correct a multitude of issues
Inlays & Onlays
Inlays and onlays are types of restorations we use for teeth which require strengthening towards the back of the mouth. Whereas an onlay completely covers the chewing surface of the tooth, an inlay sits within the tooth. Before either an onlay or an inlay is fitted, we remove any decay or old fillings and then take a mould of the tooth. The inlays or onlays made by our laboratory are customised to your tooth and can be made from plastic resin or porcelain depending on your needs.
A dental crown is a tooth restoration we use when other alternatives are not suitable. Usually we need to use crowns when the tooth has extensive damage and requires a large amount of strengthening to save the natural tooth.
A crown can be made from dental ceramic and modern versions avoid the metal-bonding used in traditional versions. The device sits above the gum line, protecting the tooth root and maintaining the aesthetics of the smile.
We can complete your crown treatment in as little as two visits, with the first visit used to prepare your tooth and take a mould, and the second visit used to fit the new crown and complete your treatment successfully.
The Key Benefits Of Dental Crowns:
- We can complete dental crown treatment quickly
- Dental crowns are a suitable final stage of root canal treatment
- Crowns can look incredibly natural
- Help protect the natural tooth and surrounding teeth
- Suitable for the back and front of the mouth
- Ideal for completing a dental implant