Veneers Lichfield veneers in Staffordshire
Veneers can create beautiful, straight white teeth for a gorgeous bright smile. They are one of the most popular cosmetic dental treatments that we offer at Spires Dental Clinic and are uniquely designed to suit you.
A lot of the time if you align and whiten teeth you will end up with a great result that 80% of people are very happy in showing off to everyone they meet. But in some circumstances you need to consider veneers such as; when there are multiple stained fillings, the teeth have an uneven colour pattern or when you want your teeth to be as white as they can be. Veneers provide the following:
To achieve the best result, which let's face it is what we are looking for; we need to adjust the teeth themselves to provide room for the veneers. The adjustment is made using a mock up of your new smile to ensure we only remove the required amount of tooth structure.
Prototype veneers are fitted at the same time and they allow you to assess your new smile over a period of a few days. You can show your family and friends and make sure that we have attained the very best look for you. If you are unhappy with the result we can make any changes you see fit, contouring the prototypes to your prescription. This typically takes 1-2 visits all of which are included in the fee.
Once you are happy with the look of your smile we ask our Ceramist, Jonathan, to sculpt the veneers mimicking the shape of the prototypes. You may also have heard of Lumineers, which is an ultra-thin veneer treatment and fitted by means of a non-traditional dental veneer process. All veneers, including Lumineers, provide amazing results for the transformation of your smile.
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