Are crooked, chipped or stained teeth a major confidence-breaker for you? Are you finding it difficult to speak or chew food properly due to damaged or badly worn out teeth?
Veneers can be easily fitted on the front side of your tooth, acting like a false fingernail so to speak, and allowing you to speak, smile and eat with confidence.
Veneers have become a very popular cosmetic dental solution for those who want to make their smile brand new again.
Veneers are made of fine porcelain sheet fitted on the front of your teeth – they are perfectly designed to hide any defects on your tooth’s surface such as chips, misalignments or discolouration.
Treatment requires multiple visits to your dentist. About 1mm of your tooth enamel where veneers are required will be removed so that they can easily fit. As soon as an impression of the teeth which require veneers is taken, every individual veneer is custom build to match the unique surface of each tooth.
Every dental veneer is bonded to fit perfectly in place and feels natural – our dentists will perform refinements where needed to give you the appearance you desire.
Our dentists will be happy to give you the natural look that you desire by building long-lasting and durable veneers for you. Consult us now to learn more about how you can transform your smile.
Dental Veneers FAQs
If the proper care is given, veneers can easily last you up to 20 years. However, if they are not properly cared for, they can chip and/or break like regular teeth.
Once veneers are in place, you must ensure that you do not bite into hard foods or objects such nuts, pens etc. These can damage your veneer which will result in replacing the broken veneer – You must also brush your teeth daily and follow regular oral hygiene care as recommended by your dentist.
Once your dentist has bonded the veneers into place, they become firm and strong instantly and are ready for use like your natural teeth.
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