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Upgrade your smile

If you’re not confident with your smile, veneers offer a quick and easy way to conceal minor imperfections and reveal a confident new you. Veneers are one of the most popular cosmetic procedures to quickly and dramatically change your appearance.

How do veneers work?

Veneers are thin shells of porcelain that fit over the existing teeth. Modern veneers require very little preparation of the underlying tooth structure, so they are excellent for protecting and maintaining natural teeth. Veneers can be used to make teeth look straighter and whiter. They can also conceal gaps, chips, cracks, discolouration, uneven edges and thinning enamel.

If you don’t feel 100% confident with your smile, veneers offer a fast and effective way to achieve a stunning transformation. This makes it the ideal treatment choice before a special occasion such as your wedding day or graduation. If you want to feel more confident with your smile, veneers offer a quick and simple solution.

Who is a good candidate for veneers?

You could be an ideal candidate for veneers if you have minor imperfections in your smile that you would like to conceal. If you have gaps, chips, cracks, discolouration or uneven edges in your teeth, veneers could offer a way to achieve a straighter, whiter and more even smile.

Before getting started with this treatment, we’ll need to check that you have healthy teeth and gums. This will improve your chances of success and ensure that your oral health is maintained.

How long do veneers last?

With proper care, veneers can last for many years. However, as they are a cosmetic treatment, they may need to be replaced or adjusted over time. We will always aim to achieve long-lasting results, but we will also provide you with advice on how to take care of your veneers to help them last for as long as possible.

You’ll need to follow our aftercare advice to help protect your veneers from damage. Since they are made from porcelain, they will be at risk of chipping or cracking. Eating certain foods can increase the risk of this happening. Habits like chewing ice can also damage your porcelain veneer.

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