Dental Veneers Leicester
Porcelain Veneers Leicester
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What are Dental Veneers?
If your teeth are discoloured, chipped or malformed, there is often a conscious effort to avoid smiling and to cover up your teeth.
Cosmetic treatment such as dental porcelain veneers can produce dramatic changes in your smile and appearance, which often results in improved self-esteem and confidence.
Dental veneers are wafer thin layers of bespoke porcelain that are placed over the surface of a tooth, to produce a natural looking, straighter, whiter tooth.
They function just like a normal tooth when you bite or chew, however they do not stain from drinking coffee, red wine, or smoking.
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What problems do dental veneers fix?
- Uneven or mis-shaped teeth
- Can mask discoloured teeth
- For imperfections such as worn out tooth enamel, or white spots
- Closes gaps and spaces on the front teeth (especially when orthodontic treatment such Six Month Smile ® or Invisalign ® are not suitable)
- Other areas where there are misaligned or crooked teeth
What is the process of veneer treatment?
On your first appointment for veneer treatment at our cosmetic dental practice in Leicester, you will receive a full and thorough dental examination, followed by minimal tooth shaping.
The bespoke veneers are then made by a dental laboratory to the exact shade and fit to suit you. Your next appointment consists of slightly reducing the front surface of the tooth in order to accommodate the new bespoke veneer.
It is then bonded to the tooth, to create an instant smile makeover. There may be a follow up appointment to evaluate the restoration after treatment.
The dental veneer is one of the most rewarding aesthetic dental treatments available. Due to the quick turnaround of the treatment, patients also appreciate the immediate enhancement of their teeth.
Post Treatment of dental veneers
As with any dental treatment, care is required to ensure the treatment lasts as long as possible. With dental veneers, excessive force or impact is the main reason for its failure.
If you are likely to grind or clench your teeth at night, then a night guard could be a possible solution. To avoid breaking or fracturing a veneer, we also advise to refrain from eating hard food that would produce a great amount of force upon chewing.
Whether you have had dental treatment or not, it is always important to book your routine dental visit every 6 months, and maintain good oral hygiene.
Enquire about the treatment, and the cost of dental veneers today at our dental practice on Fosse Road Central in Leicester.
How much do veneers cost?
0% Finance Single Veneer
0% Finance 2 Veneers
£110 Per Month
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