Veneers | Composite Veneers | Porcelain Veneers
Are you interested in changing the appearance of your smile, but don’t want a lengthy treatment period such as orthodontics? Veneers may be the way to go for you!

Veneers can dramatically improve cosmetic dental concerns such as small teeth, gaps or discolouration in teeth, crookedness and even chipped teeth. It is a painless, non-invasive and easy way to change the look of your smile.

Our clinic offers two types of veneers: composite or porcelain. Which one you end up choosing is dependent on personal preference and your budget. At your consultation, the clinician will be able to go over the pros and cons of both, answering any questions you may have as well as giving you prices, so that you are able to make the right choice for your lifestyle.
Composite Veneers
Composite veneers are a great option for correcting the look of your teeth in a single, same day visit. The veneer is created with restoration material and is carefully shaped and tailor made to match the colour of the neighbouring teeth.

This option is best if you are wanting to treat a few teeth as opposed to a whole mouth rehabilitation. The reason for this is because composite veneers, whilst very natural looking and undetectable on a few teeth, do not have the same aesthetic translucent properties as porcelain veneers and this can become noticeable if it is done for all your teeth.

Porcelain Veneers
Porcelain veneers may be the best option for you if you want a complete smile makeover! Dental concerns such as crooked teeth, stained/discoloured teeth, broken or misshapen teeth or teeth that have gaps and spaces, can all be rectified with porcelain veneers.

Porcelain veneers are not only the more durable and long-lasting option, but they are also the most natural looking as the porcelain material creates a translucent appearance that closely resembles natural tooth enamel. It is undetectable, and no-one will be able to notice that you had this treatment, they will only notice your beautiful and bright smile!

You will be able to discuss with the clinician the smile you want to achieve, including size, shape and colour of your new teeth. You could have a completely new smile in just two short weeks!