Porcelain Veneers

What are porcelain veneers

As we age, our teeth can chip, crack or become discoloured. A veneer is a new front surface for a tooth, custom made from porcelain. These tooth-shaped dental prosthetics, as thin as an eggshell, are placed on the surfaces of the front teeth to act as a façade, masking flaws while creating a uniform, natural and healthy appearance.

How it works?

Veneers are extremely versatile and can be used to align crowding or protruding teeth, close gaps or lighten tooth colour. The strength and appearance of our dental porcelain veneers rival that of natural teeth and will make long-lasting changes to your smile.

With porcelain veneers, we can mask minor cosmetic imperfections to revitalise your smile. And your smile is important – it leaves a lasting impression. Be happy and smile more with our porcelain veneers.

  1. Full dental assessment
  2. All necessary dental X-rays
  3. Consultation to establish possible results and ensure that you understand what to expect
  4. Creation and placement of your custom porcelain veneers
  5. Post-procedure guidelines

Before & After Porcelain veneers

Porcelain veneers before photo

Before

Porcelain veneers after photo

After

FAQ

My teeth are misaligned can I make them appear straight with dental porcelain veneers?

Dental porcelain veneers can mask mildly misaligned teeth and make them look straight and perfectly aligned. Nonetheless, unless there is another reason you are interested in veneers we might recommend an orthodontic treatment instead.

Are veneers for life?

The dental porcelain veneers have a lifespan of about 10 to 15 years. After this period you will need to renew

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