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Get ready to show off your perfect smile with high-quality and highly aesthetic porcelain veneers at TG’s Dental Suite – the best cosmetic dental solution to help you achieve a flawless smile.
Close small gaps in your teeth
Improve the shape of your teeth
Long-lasting and chip-resistant
Professionally made for you
Typically made of porcelain or composite resin, dental veneers are thin, custom-made shells that are bonded to the front surface of your teeth to improve their appearance. They can be used to correct a number of teeth imperfections such as discolouration, chipped or misshapen teeth, gaps between teeth, and uneven or crooked teeth.
Veneers are custom-made to fit each patient's unique teeth and can last for many years with proper care and maintenance.
Texture of teeth
Shape of teeth
Dental veneers at TG’s Dental Suite start at £850, or £680 on our membership plan. We also offer 0% interest monthly instalments to help spread the cost of your treatment cost. See our costs and membership page for more information.
If you take good care of your veneers and avoid tough foods that could crack or chip them, they should last between 10 and 15 years!
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The process of getting dental veneers usually involves several appointments over a few weeks, but the end result is a beautiful and natural-looking smile that can last for many years.
The first step is to schedule a consultation with one of our clinics to see if veneers are the best option for your specific needs. During this appointment, your dentist will examine your teeth, discuss your goals, and review the veneer procedure in detail so you know exactly what to expect.
Once you’ve decided to go ahead with veneers, the next step is to prepare the teeth for veneer placement. This involves removing a small amount of enamel from the front surface of the teeth to create room for the veneers, so these teeth end up the same size and shape as your natural teeth.
After the teeth have been prepared, your dentist will take an impression of your teeth, which will be used to create custom veneers that fit your teeth perfectly. Our CEREC system will then create your bespoke veneers in the dentist office, all within a single visit.
When your custom veneers are ready, your dentist will place them onto your teeth using a special dental adhesive, which is safe and exceptionally strong. Once the veneers are in place, they’ll be adjusted for fit and colour to ensure they blend in naturally with your existing teeth.
You may need to return to the dentist for a follow-up appointment after the veneers have been placed so we can make sure that everything is healing properly and to make any necessary adjustments.
CEREC stands for “Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics” and is a computer-aided design and manufacturing system for dentists. CEREC combines a camera, computer, and milling instrument into one machine allowing your veneers to be created in the dentist office, all within a single visit.
Thanks to this technology, visiting your dentist for a tooth restoration is a simple and non-invasive procedure.
You can, but there could be a difference in colour between your natural teeth and those with crowns or veneers because it’s only your natural teeth that will absorb the whitening pigment. We recommend getting a whitening treatment before you get your crowns or veneers if possible, so your restorations can be matched to your whitened teeth.
Dental veneers aren't considered a permanent restoration, but they are designed to last for 5 - 15 years. Once the veneers have been bonded to the teeth, they can’t then be removed without damaging the teeth.
To care for dental veneers, it's important to brush and floss regularly and to avoid biting into hard objects, such as ice or hard candy, which can chip or break the veneers. It's also important to avoid using your teeth to open packages or bottles.
The process for getting dental veneers typically involves some discomfort, but most patients do not experience significant pain. Local anesthesia may be used during the preparation phase to minimize any discomfort.
Most people are candidates for dental veneers, but a dentist will need to evaluate your teeth to determine if veneers are the best treatment option for you.
Alternative treatments to dental veneers include teeth whitening, composite bonding, and orthodontic treatment such as Invisalign.