Veneers Bexleyheath, Kent

Do you have chipped, stained, misshapen, or crooked teeth?

Veneers in Bexleyheath, Kent Dental Elegance

Dental veneers are a quick and effective solution for concealing a wide range of aesthetic imperfections where orthodontic treatment is often not feasible.

To learn more about veneers in Kent and how they can transform your smile, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the team at Dental Elegance.

What are veneers?

A veneer is a custom-made shell that is bonded to the front surface of a tooth, usually made from porcelain or tooth-coloured composite resin.

Dental veneers are often used to cover cracks, chips, stains, gaps, and various other cosmetic flaws. They mimic the shape, size, and colour of your existing teeth to provide a symmetrical yet natural look.

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Who should get veneers?

Veneers are a fantastic treatment option if you have:

  •  Stained teeth
  •  Minor imperfections with your teeth (e.g. cracks, chips, breaks, or misshapen teeth)
  • Misaligned teeth 
  •  Gaps in your smile 

An ideal candidate for our veneers in Kent must have healthy teeth and gums. Cavities and gum disease will need to be treated before veneers can be fitted, as underlying problems will only get worse.

It’s also important to note that you need to have enough tooth enamel to support the custom-made shells – especially since a slight amount is shaved off your natural teeth before veneers are placed.

Things like nail biting and teeth grinding can damage veneers, so if have these bad habits it is essential you nip them in the bud as soon as possible – as well as maintaining a good oral hygiene routine.

How does the procedure work?

Veneers are one of the most common cosmetic dentistry treatments we offer at our practice in Sidcup, Kent.

To establish whether you’re eligible, we will arrange an initial consultation to examine your teeth and gums.

If you are, a thin layer of enamel of your teeth will be removed so the veneer can be attached. Although this is usually painless, we can offer sedation to put your mind at ease. 

We will then make an impression of your mouth using a 3D digital scanner or soft putty in a tray, which will be sent off to the lab to create your custom veneers in Kent. A temporary veneer can be fitted and worn for several weeks while you wait for this to come back.

Once they have been made, our cosmetic dentist will check the shape, colour, and fit of your veneers – making any necessary adjustments – before permanently bonding them with a strong adhesive. We’ll then check your bite and make sure you’re satisfied.

Your gums may feel a little sensitive following the procedure, but this is completely normal, and it should ease after a few days of gentle brushing.

How much do veneers cost?

The price you’ll pay for veneers in Kent typically depends on your individual needs, for example, how many veneers you need, the material used, and whether you require additional treatment before the placement of veneers.

Composite veneers are often cheaper than their porcelain counterparts, but the team at Dental Elegance will discuss the different options available, along with their associated costs.

If the cost of dental veneers in Kent is the only thing stopping you from improving your teeth and smile, be sure to check out our finance options. We can help you to spread the cost of your treatment with affordable monthly repayments via direct debit.

Before After

The concept of Align Bleach and Bond was actually invented within Dental Elegance and is taught by Dr Tif Quershi around the world. 

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Interested in dental veneers in Kent?

If you’re unhappy with the way your smile looks, it’s certainly worth considering our veneers in Kent.

Veneers can improve the appearance of your teeth and smile, covering any undesirable gaps or flaws to give you a brighter, more even smile. More than that, though, they offer a long-lasting cosmetic solution – lasting for 10 years (or even longer) if cared for properly.

If you have any questions about the procedure itself or you’d like to know more about the materials we use at our Sidcup dentist, please feel free to contact the team.

You can either call us on 0208 850 8820 or send an email to [email protected] and we’ll get back in touch as soon as possible.

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