Porcelain Veneers Warrington
If you feel that your teeth just don’t look quite right together – they might be slightly different colours, or one could be a little twisted or shorter than the others, then veneers may be the solution you have been searching for.
‘My veneers match perfectly and I feel twenty years younger. I travelled 70 miles to see Gavin and his team since I moved out of the area, I just couldn’t find another dentist who cared as much as Gavin.’
Removing the tiniest amount of enamel from the front of the desired tooth to be replaced with porcelain gives us the scope to dramatically change the appearance of your teeth, without compromising their health. The resulting veneer is incredibly strong when bonded to your tooth and treating one or more of your teeth will give you the beautiful, natural looking smile you are looking for.
We have treated hundreds of patients with dental veneers from all over Cheshire and the North West of England. Some patients even travel from as far away as London to have veneer treatment at Dental Solutions. Our veneers are performed by our experienced team of dentists headed by Dr Gavin Laidlaw, the Principal dentist at Dental Solutions. Gavin Laidlaw is a full member of the BACD, the British Association of Cosmetic Dentists and is highly experienced in this area of dentistry. Please ask us too about Lumineers veneers – the no drill, no anaesthetic, no temporary, reversible way to improve your smile.
Minimal Preparation Veneer
Its a common misconception that you have to remove a lot of tooth tissue to make veneers.
This is not the case! As you can see in the example below, we have only done a tiny amount of tooth adjustment. The results can be seen in the second scan.
Advantages of Veneers over Composite Bonding.
Veneers are longer lasting; they chip less and stain less. They are made in our laboratory by highly skilled technicians and are a lot stronger than Composite resin.
This is a relatively new form of veneers treatment which is a lower cost alternative to porcelain veneers. It is a less invasive treatment as no enamel is shaved from the affected tooth. However their durability is not the same as porcelain veneers – it’s usually 4-8 years versus 10-15 years.
We are able to offer you a consultation without obligation to see if Veneers are a suitable option for you.
Veneer Case Studies
From detesting having my photo taken in the past I now actually take selfies! And what’s more I have lost over 2 stone in weight with Slimming World and have also joined the gym. I feel and look like a…... Read Diane’s Story Here
Veneer Case Studies
I always used Editor on Instagram and Facebook to adjust my smile on the photo before putting it up. We preferred Gavin’s suggestion of building up the smaller teeth with white fillings and covering the white patch with a veneer.…... Read Amy’s Story Here
This patient really hated the gap in his teeth, but he didn’t want to…
This lovely young lady wasn’t happy with the appearance of her small front teeth.…
This lovely lady didn’t want to wait around for the results of braces, so…
This nice patient had worn front teeth and struggled to eat sandwiches especially. We…
This patient was concerned that he didnt show any teeth when he smiled, by…
This young lady had two veneers placed on her small front teeth. This involved…
This patient was keen to improve his appearance, and by using the thinnest veneers…
This lady had always been embarrassed about her front teeth and covered her mouth…
This gentleman had slightly discoloured teeth and they were crooked as well. In two…
This patient was concerned about his stained and worn teeth, with the help of…
This nice lady was very unhappy with the gap between the two front teeth…
This nice lady had a wonky smile line, and had lost two teeth as…
Nice veneer case to close gaps and improve colour.
This lady came to us because she was unhappy with her teeth. We whitened…
We fitted 3 veneers for this lovely lady and the result was a much…
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How long do Dental Veneers last?
This depends on a few different factors, but if well taken care of you can expect your dental veneers to last anywhere up to 15 years, or more! Porcelain veneers typically last the longest, with many patients reporting that their porcelain veneers have lasted over 30 years. Composite veneers are a more affordable option but aren’t as durable and typically won’t last as long as their porcelain counterparts.
Whatever type of dental veneer you’re opting for, keeping up with a good strong oral hygiene routine, avoiding eating very hard or sticky foods that could damage your veneers and making regular trips to the dentist can help you get the most out of your new smile.
What can you not eat with Veneers?
Although your new teeth should give you the confidence to live life to the full and to smile with confidence, there are some foods you may want to avoid if you want to maintain them for as long as possible. Tough, hard or chewy foods could damage your temporary dental veneers, however, once you’ve got your fixed veneers in place, and they’ve fully healed, you should be able to eat a full and balanced diet.
Does it hurt to get Dental Veneers in Warrington?
Although the process of getting dental implants fitted can seem daunting, the truth is that it shouldn’t hurt at all! We go above and beyond to ensure the area is suitably numbed, so you won’t feel any pain or discomfort during the procedure. However, it is totally normal to feel some discomfort afterwards, but as your new smile begins to heal, this should ease.
Do you have to brush Veneers?
Absolutely! One of the best bits about opting for dental veneers is that they’re super easy to maintain! In fact, all you need to do is brush and floss regularly – much like you would with your natural teeth. You may also find your veneers stay whiter and brighter for longer if you avoid certain food and drinks, such as coffee, red wine or berries which could lead to some staining over time.
But – by keeping up with your daily hygiene, and attending routine appointments – you should find your dental veneers in Warrington last for many years to come.