If you are unhappy with the shape, shade or position of your teeth veneers are an excellent way of masking these problems and improving your smile.
Teeth can be made to look straight and even, by moving the teeth into the correct position using orthodontics, or they can be hidden by porcelain veneers to look like they are straight. Sometimes a combination of both can be used to harness the benefits of both.
For those patients who wish to not only change the position of the teeth, but also the shape and possibly colour of the teeth, porcelain veneers are a solution. Porcelain veneers can also be used to close gaps or cover unsightly marks on the teeth.
Recent developments in veneer fabrication have meant that ultra thin veneers can now be used, which reduces the need for tooth adjustment to minimal, or none in some cases.
Your dentist can help you decide which treatments would be suitable for you.
Whilst the veneers are being constructed, if required, your dentist will protect the teeth with provisional veneers, so that you can smile with confidence.
On your return visit, the veneers will be bonded into position, so that they look and feel like part of you.