Chipped, worn, misshapen or discoloured teeth.
Mild spacing between teeth.
Create a more youthful and beautiful smile by
improving tooth shape and colour.
Often no tooth preparation or anaesthetic are
Custom made composite facings, which
completely cover the front surface of teeth.
1. The teeth are cleaned.
2. Dental gels are placed on the tooth to hold the composite veneer in place.
3. Composite veneer transferred to the tooth using custom-fitted transfer.
4. A UV light sets the composite material.
5. Smoothing and polishing.
Important To Know
Tooth Whitening: Should you be considering tooth whitening for your other teeth, we recommend this is carried out first, so that composite veneers can be colour matched to your
Short Term Side Effects: Tender gums. Altered speech whilst adapting.
Future Treatment: Repairs and maintenance are required over time. This will be more frequent
if you clench and grind your teeth or if you smoke, drink lots of tea, coffee and red wine. These
are often replaced by porcelain veneers when required.