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Bristol dentists improve smiles with stunning porcelain veneersWho wouldn’t want the chance to remedy their uneven, damaged or stained teeth? Anyone who has experienced these issues knows that they can severely hamper your confidence and lead to feelings of embarrassment about your smile. One option to consider is having porcelain veneers fitted. Thanks to incredible advances in technology porcelain veneers are increasingly available using procedures that are extremely quick and efficient. Using CEREC techniques, for example, allows stunning porcelain veneers, tailored to your mouth, can be constructed in just over five minutes. 3D digital x-rays are sent to online milling machines and you won’t have to wait. The porcelain used to make modern veneers is extremely durable and therefore the veneers themselves can be incredible thin. Porcelain veneers are highly adaptable and your dentist will be able to match them to your surrounding teeth, right down to colour, shade, texture and even translucence. They are fitted using an etching agent and then a dental bond and the results are durable and long lasting. You can treat teeth fitted with porcelain veneers just like regular teeth.
Looking for a cosmetic dentist? Clifton Dental Studio dentists are here to helpIf you are ashamed about one or more of your teeth, take the first step towards having the perfect smile you deserve by talking to your Bristol dentist today about the incredible results achieved with porcelain veneers.
What are veneers?Porcelain veneers are very thin shells made from porcelain and are placed on top of your natural teeth in order to create a beautiful aesthetic. Veneers are laminated with a glossy finish and are trimmed and shaped to fit the teeth perfectly and create the smile of your dreams. Veneers are not a standard size or shade and you can choose the ones that best suit your face shape and your idea of the perfect smile. With veneers, we are able to offer a solution to problems such as staining and chips, as well as giving the smile sparkle and radiance. Veneers can also be an alternative to orthodontic treatment for patients who have gaps between their teeth although they merely hide the gaps, rather than physically moving the teeth.
How are veneers fitted?Veneers are fixed onto the teeth using dental adhesive. This procedure isn’t painful and it doesn’t take long. Before the veneers are fitted, the planning stage takes place and this involves drawing up designs and sharing ideas about the look of the new smile and also preparing the moulds for the veneers. Before the moulds are created, the teeth are buffed and shaped to make room for the veneers to ensure a natural looking result. When the veneers have been crafted, you dentist will place them on your teeth to check that you are happy with them before securing them firmly.
- Beautiful aesthetics: the main reason most people choose to have veneers is to enjoy a beautiful smile. Veneers are designed to look like bright, perfectly shaped natural teeth and they are guaranteed to make even the most unsightly set of teeth look stunning. When you’ve got a gorgeous smile, you’ll also be more likely to feel confident showing it off.
- Easy process: the process for veneer treatment is very simple and there is minimal discomfort involved. Treatment usually takes place over 2 sessions. The first session is designed to plan treatment and prepare the teeth and the second session is used to fit the veneers. Preparing the teeth involves removing an ultra-thin layer of the tooth surface. The aim is to make room for the new veneers. Your new veneers are created based on impressions of the teeth to ensure a perfect fit. Once they are ready, the veneers are then fixed onto the surface of the teeth to create your new smile.
- Solution for cosmetic imperfections: veneers are known for creating celebrity smiles, but they also offer a solution for imperfections, including chipped and uneven teeth, gaps between the teeth and worn and misshapen edges.
- Timeless looks: veneers should last for many years, meaning that your smile will look timeless and beautiful for years to come.