Porcelain Veneers are custom made porcelain Dental Veneers that are used to cover the front surface of the tooth. Porcelain veneers are very strong and last up to fifteen years, provide a lasting smile. They are very natural looking and are easy to look after. Our dental porcelain veneers have an exclusive five year guarantee for peace of mind.
Our veneer experts have fitted over 30,000 porcelain veneers, and have created the perfect smile for many celebrities.
At The Welbeck Clinic, the Veneers Dentists we are proud to provide non-prep porcelain veneers as an option for our patients. Having non-prep veneers offers a non-intrusive preparation procedure, with none or very minimal tooth substance removal. In many cases the non-prep veneers do not need the teeth to be grinded down to get the desired results. Ask our experts more about this treatment at your consultation.
Step 1: Consultation – Once you have got in contact with us, we will start the process off by having an initial consultation with you. Our treatment coordinator will kick start the initial process to learn more about your smile and answer any questions you may have before booking you a consultation with one of our porcelain veneers experts. We will transform your smile, we will even show you how your smile will look like with our digital imagery.
Step 2: Wax-Up – This is where we start the exciting process of planning your new smile. Impressions are taken for special models to be made, measurements taken and photos. This then goes to the laboratory who make up your new smile in wax form.
Step 3: Preparation – Now you have seen your new smile on the models and you love it, we prepare the teeth for veneers and lighten them if you want a whiter smile. We then take final impressions ready to go to the laboratory. We then fit temporaries to match your new smile whilst the dental veneers are being made. We decide on the colour of your veneers then send everything to the laboratory.
Step 4: Fitting – Your porcelain veneers are back from our laboratory in Italy and are ready to be fitted. We remove your temporaries and clean up the teeth to fit the final smile. The veneers are carefully bonded into place and the bite checked.
Step 5: Review – We see you a week or so later to ensure your bite is good and to ensure everything is ok. You sign your guarantee, then we look forward to seeing you again at your examination in six months.
Once you have had your veneers from us, we will provide you with full aftercare to make sure you can enjoy your new smile for many years to come. Our biggest piece of advice is to ensure your teeth are properly brushed every day and flossing.
Dental veneers, unfortunately, do not last forever but with proper care, you will ensure that you will get the most from your veneers and you will be amazed at how much your confidence will grow with a smile you will always want to show off. Also, by having had them done by our experts you will have them many years more than other clinics work. We see our smiles lasting 15+ years which is why we are proud to boast our work is to the highest of standard. We even give a full 5-year guarantee with our smiles!
Here at The Welbeck Clinic, we love the work we do! We are passionate about changing people’s lives and with more than 30,000 veneer treatments carried out to-date, we can certainly say we have helped countless people improve their own lives. The end result being increased confidence and overall happiness.
Dental cosmetic veneers are thin shells made of materials like porcelain, composite resin, or eMax that are custom-designed and bonded to the front surface of teeth to improve their appearance.
The lifespan of dental veneers varies, but on average, porcelain veneers can last 10-15 years, while composite veneers may last 3-6 years. eMax veneers are known for their durability and can last longer, often 15 years or more with proper care.
Yes, dental veneers, especially those made of porcelain and eMax, are quite strong and can withstand normal daily activities. However, it's advisable to avoid using teeth for activities like opening bottles or biting hard objects to prolong the lifespan of veneers.
Suitable candidates for dental veneers are individuals with cosmetic concerns such as stained, discoloured, chipped, or misaligned teeth. Good oral health and a commitment to oral hygiene are essential.
The amount of tooth removal depends on the type of veneers used. Generally, porcelain veneers require the removal of a small amount of enamel (about 0.5mm), while composite veneers may require less or no enamel removal. Non-prep veneers, however, often require minimal to no tooth reduction.
While veneers do not require special care, maintaining good oral hygiene practices, regular dental check-ups, and avoiding habits like teeth grinding or biting hard objects can contribute to their longevity.
Yes, damaged or discoloured veneers can be replaced. The process involves removing the existing veneer and creating a new one to restore the aesthetics and functionality of the tooth.
Traditional veneers are not reversible as they involve the removal of enamel. However, non-prep veneers offer a more conservative option that is potentially reversible.
Dental veneers are not suitable for individuals with active cavities or gum disease. It's essential to address and resolve any underlying dental issues before considering veneer placement to ensure long-term success and oral health.
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