The Celebrity Secret to the Perfect Smile
If you’re not happy with your smile, you don’t have to let the appearance of your teeth affect your confidence. Dental veneers can transform your teeth and give you the smile of your dreams.
At Tooth Doctor, we know it can be difficult to live with a smile you’re self-conscious about. Maybe you find yourself hiding your smile and feeling less-confident in your day-to-day life. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
We offer dental veneers made from the highest-quality material to help you achieve a perfect smile. Our friendly dentists have helped hundreds of patients perfect their pearly whites with veneers. We have the specialist knowledge and the experience to help you achieve a dazzling grin
What Are Dental Veneers?
Dental veneers are customised shells made of porcelain or composite resin that fit over your teeth to improve their appearance. Like fake nails placed on the surface of your natural nails, dental veneers are placed on the surface of your natural teeth.
Veneers are especially helpful in improving your smile if you have teeth that are chipped, stained or misshapen. The purpose of them is generally cosmetic, but you may have them fitted as part of an overall dental makeover that includes treatment for gum disease.
Which Problems Can Porcelain Veneers Fix?
Porcelain veneers can be used to fix and alleviate cosmetic dental issues. By covering the front surface of your teeth, veneers can be used to treat the following issues:
- Chipped or damaged teeth
- Short or eroded teeth
- Stains and discolouration
- Crooked teeth
- Gaps between teeth
While dental veneers can transform the appearance of your teeth, they can’t treat underlying dental health issues. So if you have gum disease or dental decay, your dentist will suggest addressing these issues before starting the veneer treatment.
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Why Book Your Treatment with Tooth Doctor?
The dentist you choose for your dental veneer treatment can be the difference between poorly crafted veneers and outstanding results. Experienced dentists with specialist knowledge can help you achieve a beautiful, natural-looking smile, and will make you feel completely comfortable throughout the treatment.
At Tooth Doctor, we’re committed to achieving the very best results. If you suffer from dental anxiety, we’ll ease your nerves by making you as comfortable as possible.
- You have chipped or broken teeth.
- Your teeth are discoloured.
- You have gaps between your teeth.
- Your teeth have become worn down.
- You have misaligned or irregularly shaped teeth.
Porcelain is a type of glass, which means that this method of teeth coating is not as susceptible to stains as composite veneers, and their overall appearance is also brighter and shinier.
Composite veneers are made from a tooth coloured resin (similar to that used for tooth fillings) and are close to plastic in nature. As resin is porous, it is sensitive to stains. If you have composite veneers fitted is advised that you regularly have them professionally polished at your local practice.
Many people say they want that ‘Hollywood Smile’ which often invokes the image of perfectly aligned bright white teeth. Well it was the film industry, centred around Hollywood, that did indeed pave the way for the desires of the public today.
Veneers look so natural so it is difficult to distinguish which Hollywood stars have had the treatment. Tom Cruise, Demi Moore, Cheryl Cole are a few celebrities , who are rumoured to have them.
Although the veneers are artificial, they still require a daily maintenance. The tooth underneath is still susceptible to decay and gum disease. You should continue your daily dental hygiene routine by brushing twice a day, flossing, replacing your toothbrush and getting regular dental checkups.
Veneers do not come cheap and there are factors, which may affect the price. Tooth Doctor offers 0% finance options to give you the option to spread the cost of your treatment over a period of time. To view our fees and finance options, click HERE.
No. There is not usually any pain associated with the fitting of wearing veneers.