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The entire treatment can take a minimum of 3 appointments. Although the treatment uses the Ultrathin Veneer techniques, it still follows the same Perfect Smile Studios signature protocols as designing any new smile. This means that you will be fitted with a Trial Smile that Dr. Doshi will create for you allowing you greater control of your end result.
The Trial Smile is a temporary smile fitted over your teeth for a few days. It gives you the opportunity to literally “try-out” your new smile before you have the final porcelain veneers fitted at the Perfect Smile studios in West London. Dr. Doshi will then be able to make any necessary adjustments before the final veneers are fitted.For more Information on Cosmetic Dentistry please click here
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5 out of 5 starsposted 1 month ago
My dental plan included quite intrusive treatment, all of which was carried out with concern for my comfort. Time was taken to insure that I was included in every decision to be made.
Everyone was very friendly and made me feel 'at home'. Thanks to the dentists at this amazing practice!!
5 out of 5 starsposted 8 months ago
I cannot thank Dr Doshi and all his amazing staff enough for making me feel so comfortable and at ease.
They have given me something that I have always missed, the confidence to smile, I wish I had taken the step to enhance my life earlier.
The Perfect Smile is unlike any other dentist that I have attended. The friendly atmosphere and facilities are second to none.
Not once was I put under any pressure to go ahead with my treatment, but I'm glad I did. Worth every penny.
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The free no obligation Initial Consultation will be with our dentist and/or our Treatment Coordinators. The suitability of options discussed will ultimately be dependent upon your clinical assessment with a dentist at the practice.