As a person considering veneers in Essex, you probably have 1 or 2 of the main motivations for seeking this treatment. Perhaps you want to improve the appearance of a tooth you don’t like the look of. If a tooth is chipped or slightly misaligned, it can become an unwanted eye-catching feature in photos of nights out or special occasions. There might be discolouration on the surface of the teeth, making them yellow or brown where you’d rather they were white and clean. Or maybe your teeth are inconsistent in length, with a higgledy piggledy image that you’d like to change.
A third reason for getting veneers might be that you want to protect your teeth as well as improve their appearance. At our friendly practice in Essex, veneers can be fitted to several teeth, to prevent any further damage, if the enamel of your teeth is thin or weak.
What exactly are they?
A veneer is a thin and strong shell, usually made of porcelain, or a composite material. Its shape is carefully optimised to your precise requirements. They can be custom-made according to the size, shape, and colour that would best enhance your smile. Teeth that look brighter, longer, or smoother are all possible with veneers. They are securely bonded to the surface of your tooth and can last from 5 to 10 years.
How are they applied?
Before applying your veneers in Essex, our dental professionals carry out a detailed assessment of your teeth. Your veneers are then crafted and attached to your teeth with a secure adhesive. Then there’s another quick test of your bite, for the dentist to check if any finishing touches need to be made.
After your veneers are in place, you’ll immediately notice that your smile is brighter and neater. Your veneers will enhance your smile, boost your confidence, and help you to enjoy socialising without worrying about the appearance of your teeth. Whether you have just one tooth that needs attention, or a whole set that could do with a makeover, Simply Teeth offer veneers as an effective solution that avoids the potential bother of a more complex procedure.