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Give yourself a smile upgrade

Isn’t it great to be alive in a time, when, if your teeth don’t quite cut it in the looks department, you can get them transformed into something beautiful to behold.

veneers-in-essexBefore the last few decades, if your teeth weren’t great, you just had to put up with what you had, and keep them as clean as you could. Now though, if you don’t like what you’ve got, or you did, but it got damaged, you can cover over your imperfections with veneers in Essex at Simply Teeth.

What are they?

Veneers are tiny porcelain sheaths that fit over the fronts of your natural teeth. They are custom-made to your requirements. If you are having just 1 or 2 teeth covered, they can be made to match the shape, size and colour of the rest of your teeth. Or, if you are having veneers to correct something like gappy teeth, which involves all your teeth, you may choose a larger size, or a different shape. Whatever your needs are, your dentist at Simply Teeth will be happy to talk them through with you and help you make the right choices.

Your journey

In Essex, veneers are an increasingly popular choice of cosmetic dentistry treatment because they only require 2 appointments with your dentist at Simply Teeth.

During the first appointment, we will take impressions of your teeth and colour match the porcelain to the finished look you require. If you are having veneers as part of a smile makeover, you may want to choose a shade lighter than the one your teeth are now, and then have teeth whitening before the veneers are fitted.

The veneers are handmade over the next couple of weeks and are cemented to the fronts of your teeth during your second appointment. This involves the removal of a thin layer of enamel so that the adhesive has something rough to stick to, and also to make sure the veneers lie flush with your other teeth.

To find out more about veneers in Essex, why not give our friendly reception team a call? We would be happy to answer any questions you have.

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