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Solution to
Misshapen Teeth

A dental veneer is a fixed dental restoration that covers a misshapen or crooked tooth, improving aesthetics.

This treatment involves crafting a thin layer of porcelain or composite resin and fixing it to the front of the tooth with adhesive.

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Types of Veneers

Porcelain Veneers

Crafted in fine detail by a specialist technician, porcelain veneers will be placed onto the surface of the tooth or teeth after substantial preparation.

Composite Veneers

Layered directly onto the surface of the tooth or teeth, composite veneers are then sculpted to the shape and size of your natural teeth.

Dental Veneer FAQs

Although some of the enamel will be removed from the tooth, this does not increase the risk of tooth decay or cavities as the tooth will be protected from the porcelain veneer. However you still need to make sure you maintain a healthy oral hygiene routine to remove plaque from between where the tooth and veneer meet.

Dental veneers don’t stain as easily as natural teeth as the porcelain material has a stain resistant coating.

The cost of veneers starts from £590.00

Brush and floss twice daily to prevent tooth decay and gum disease, maintaining regular visits to your dental hygienist.