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What are Composite Veneers?

Composite veneers are used to improve your teeth’s overall aesthetics, from any cracks or minor chips to the shade/colour, size and shape. Composites are quite similar to porcelain veneers but with the main difference being your teeth may require a small amount (if any) of tooth reduction with a drill, and the treatment process can also be treated in a single visit (as well as being much cheaper).

Am I a suitable patient for Composites?

Composite Veneers is a cosmetic dental treatment that have been designed to treat a wide variety of cosmetic dental problems – These include:

Discoloured/stained teeth
Gappy teeth
Crooked teeth
Chipped/Damaged teeth

If you are not 100% happy how your teeth look, composite veneers could be the perfect solution for you, please do not hesitate to arrange your free consultation today. You will be able to tell us exactly what you don’t like about your teeth and we will tailor the treatment plan to suit your needs.

Composite Veneers


What does the treatment plan consist of?

The dentist will listen to your needs and will construct the composite veneers whilst you are there to your exact requirements, to create your perfect smile. When the composite veneers have been created and the patient is happy, they will be bonded to the surfaces of the patients teeth with a bonding agent (glue) – in the majority of cases we wont have to drill down any of you teeth but the patient will be informed of every detail and will not be left in the dark.

How long can Composite Veneers last?

They can last 2-5 years depending on:

Composite Material: There is different material available which varies in price and quality (which will be discussed at the free consultation)

Lifestyle: If you regularly floss and brush you teeth carefully, avoid sugary and acidic drinks, don’t grind teeth (bruxism), your veneers will last much longer

Composite Veneers - Upper front teeth

This patient’s main issue was the wear and chips on her upper front teeth. She assumed she would need her teeth shaved down for porcelain veneers but we repaired her teeth without preparation in one single visit. She was delighted with the end result.


How Much Are Composite Veneers?

Composite Veneers start from £120 per tooth. Please call us to arrange your free consultation today.


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