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Designed to cover a wide variety of imperfections, veneers remain a popular choice among patients who are looking to change the appearance of their teeth.
Want to know more about dental veneers in Chesham? Find out below…
Veneers are thin shell-like covers designed to conceal any cosmetic and/or functional imperfections of the tooth.
Made from either dental porcelain or composite resin they offer an attractive and durable cosmetic dental restoration that sits over the existing tooth surface.
Multi-functional in nature, both composite and porcelain veneers can hide a wide variety of flaws including:
In addition, both porcelain and composite veneers can also alter the appearance of
As the name suggests, dental bridges are designed to ‘bridge’ the gap for a missing tooth or teeth, filling in any unsightly spaces.
Comprising of a pontic middle tooth (the tooth that bridges the gap) and abutment teeth (dental crowns that fit over the teeth immediately adjacent to the gap) a dental bridge creates a lifelike and durable restoration.
Dental bridges can also be held in place by dental implants and are typically made from dental porcelain with a ceramic base to provide the best blend of durability and aesthetics.
In addition to restoring an incomplete smile, dental bridges provide a host of other benefits that include:
Find out how we place a dental veneer at York House
During a free consultation, we’ll assess both the cosmetic and functional needs of your smile. From this, we’ll create your tailored treatment plan.
If you are opting for porcelain veneers we may need to remove a thin layer of tooth enamel. This is so that each veneer sits flush in your smile line. This is a comfortable process and should be over relatively quickly.
Next, our experienced cosmetic dentist may take impressions or moulds of your teeth so that your permanent custom veneers can be made. We may also fit you with temporary veneers in the meantime.
Once your custom veneers are made (usually after 1-2 weeks) any temporary ones are removed and your permanent veneers are bonded into position.
NB -Composite resin veneers don’t require manufacture and instead are applied directly to the surface of the tooth. Once hardened, the veneer then buffed and polished to give a seamless smile finish.
Any preparation when placing veneers involves removing very little (if any) tooth structure. Dental veneers can instantly improve the appearance of a smile and gums also respond favourably to them. They can be colour-matched to your existing smile and in the case of porcelain veneers, they are stain-resistant
Because of their very nature, porcelain veneers will usually last longer than their composite cousins. So typically and with the right care, you can expect porcelain dental veneers to last somewhere between 10-15 years whereas composite veneers last up to 5 years
Anyone with badly stained or chipped teeth or anyone considering a smile makeover could be a good candidate for dental veneers. Furthermore, age does not normally play a factor in eligibility as many older patients have also been fitted with veneers in the past.
Here at York Dental, porcelain veneers cost around £ but they can last for many years. Alternatively, composite dental veneers are much cheaper but they have a lesser life span.To make dental veneers affordable, we offer a range of flexible payment plans and 0% interest loans with no deposit necessary. So why not ask us about these at the time of booking your smile appointment?
Our dental veneers here in Chesham can make life-changing smile transformations that boost confidence and quality of life without the need to undergo costly and complex dental treatments.
Find out how to get beautiful porcelain or composite dental veneers today by booking a free smile consultation.
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