Veneers can made from two types of dental materials: Porcelain and Composite.
These are made in a laboratory using a wide range of porcelain types to hand craft your unique set of veneers. They are then bonded to your teeth on a separate appointment. These are often the treatment of choice due to their inability to pick up stains and retain their aesthetic lustre. We use a wide range of porcelain to create our veneers including Emax.
Emax has the advantage of having very high strengths, such that the veneers can be made to be very thin yet strong, thus creating a lifelike tooth without the appearance of over bulking, which is often seen in veneers made poorly, and more importantly allowing us to use no or minimal tooth perpetration.
Emax also has the ability to match crowns, bridges and implants thus creating a total colour and visual harmony in a mouth or smile where a variety of different procedures.
Our experienced dental technicians have been trained in USA, and spend time and care using advanced technology creating each veneer individually in order to create the bespoke smile that you are looking for. The time period to create these restorations could be from a few days to two weeks. This also allows you to have an interim "trial smile" created so you can have total control of the final desired smile. See also composite veneers.
At our practice we have a special interest in providing our patients minimal intervention dentistry to create maximum aesthetics. We use a variety of thin veneers which involve minimal or no preparation to achieve this including Lumineers , Ultrathin Veneer and Durathin Veneers
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I live in London so it was no problem visiting them at Harley Street, I was a bit nervous when I walked in but it all went fine and I now have no more gaps in my teeth, many thanks Sarah
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