Porcelain veneers are an ideal way to cosmetically improve your smile whilst still maintaining healthy tooth structure. Veneers are thin, tooth coloured porcelain shells that are custom-made to bond to the front surface of your teeth. Veneers can best be described as being like false fingernails for your smile.
If your teeth have any mottling, cracks or severe discolouration then veneers could be a good solution. They can also improve the shape of your teeth if you have small gaps, narrow or peg-shaped teeth, or teeth that are slightly out of position.
• Improve the colour of your teeth
• Close spaces between your teeth
• Enhance the shape of your teeth
• Amend the length or size of your teeth
• Realign crooked teeth
• Maintain your natural tooth structure
Veneers are a quick, simple solution to restore your smile to even better than it ever was. They’re also non-invasive and won’t harm the fundamental integrity of the tooth underneath, meaning you won’t be at increased risk of losing your teeth in future.
If you’d like to find out more about how veneers can improve your smile, call us on 01273 453109 today.
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St Mary's House Dental Care
St Mary's Road
Tel: 01273 453109
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