- Veneers reshape and reposition teeth
- Veneers can correct staining or discolouration of teeth
- Treatment can often be completed in just two appointments
Q: What are veneers? And what do they do?
A: A dental veneer or veneers can produce truly remarkable results for teeth that are in need of reshaping or repositioning, and can also be used in order to treat staining and discolouration of teeth.
Q: From start to finish, how long will the process of having veneers fitted take?
A: While the treatment is a significant one, it can be completed in some cases in as little as two appointments. In fact, this is fairly common, and so the treatment is considered to be an extremely convenient option.
Q: How are veneers fitted?
A: The dentist will usually use your first consultation to remove a small part of the tooth and fit a temporary veneer. Then, your permanent veneer will be applied during your second appointment.
Q: What are veneers made from? And what is used to fit them to the tooth or teeth?
A: Veneers are usually made from porcelain. This specially-measured piece of porcelain is bonded to your teeth using a purpose-specific form of dental cement. This will keep the veneer in place safely and securely, and with the proper care, the patient should see long-lasting results from the procedure.
Q: Can Grosvenor Place fit my veneers? How can I book an appointment?
A: If the treatment is deemed to be appropriate for you, then Grosvenor Place Dental Practice will be able to expertly see you through the process from start to finish, delivering you the best possible results.
To book your appointment, please do not hesitate to register your interest using the function on this website. Alternatively, please feel free to contact us at the practice by telephone on 01352 753 777.