Veneers consist of a thin layer of porcelain, which fits over your natural tooth, disguising imperfections such as staining and crowding. They can be used to treat a wide range of problems - achieving dramatic results in a very short time.
They are best suited to problems that concern the appearance of the teeth, for example severe staining or misshapen teeth. If your teeth are simply crowded but in good condition then invisible braces may provide a better long term solution.
Sometimes, to achieve the best results, we recommend using veneers in conjunction with other treatments such as teeth whitening or Invisalign.
Once your veneers have been fitted, you can treat them just like your own teeth – they’ll be impossible to tell apart. But, like your own teeth, they can be damaged; so be sure to look after your new pearly whites, and avoid bad habits like opening bottles with your teeth. One convenient benefit of veneers is that they’re more resistant to staining than natural teeth.