Veneers fit neatly over the front surface of an unsightly tooth. They are thin shell-like covers that can conceal a number of imperfections such as staining, damage and cracked teeth. As only a minimal amount of tooth enamel needs to be removed (if any) prior to their fitting, veneers can help keep the underlying tooth intact.
- If necessary, we remove a tiny amount of tooth enamel, under local anaesthetic, so the veneer will fit perfectly.
- We take an impression and send this to a laboratory so an accurate veneer can be produced.
- The tooth is etched to provide a suitable surface and, after any necessary adjustments, we will affix the veneer in place with dental cement.
Veneer – Gap Correction: Treatment Video
Veneer – Discolouration: Treatment Video