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Claire Hughes Dental & Facial Aesthetics is delighted to provide visually pleasing veneers for assured cosmetic coverage.

Many of our patients detect slight overcrowding and damage to their front teeth over time. As part of your smile makeover, our courteous dental team are experienced at restoring your smiling confidence with custom veneers.

What are veneers?

Dental veneers are thin, tooth-coloured shells or coverings that are bonded to the surface of your natural teeth. Veneers can be constructed of porcelain or a composite material. Each has its own set of advantages. During your consultation, your dentist will discuss which option is for you and why.

What are veneers used for?

Dental veneers might be an excellent aesthetic treatment choice for you for a variety of reasons.

Among them are the following:

  • To correct crowded teeth – overcrowding is a frequent condition that develops slowly over time. Veneers can be applied to prepared teeth to conceal crowding and create an attractive smile. You will always be given Teeth Straightening with Invisalign Clear braces as a less intrusive option for any crowding.
  • To close gaps – Some people are concerned with closing spaces between teeth, which is the reverse of crowding. Veneers can be tailored to give more significant covering than natural teeth, allowing gaps to be minimised.
  • To mask dental discolourationWhitening alone cannot address many forms of discolouration just via whitening – this might be due to fluorosis, medication side effects, or congenital abnormalities. Whatever the source of discoloured teeth, veneers are an excellent way to conceal unsightly stains.

What types of veneers are there?

There are several types of dental veneers. Nonetheless, the primary two varieties are distinguished by the material from which they are manufactured.

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain is chosen in the majority of situations owing to its durability. Porcelain is non-porous, which means it does not absorb stains from meals such as tea, coffee, or red wine.

Composite Veneers

Composite offers its own set of benefits, including repairability and a more natural opacity. Although composite choices are less robust and slightly more porous than porcelain alternatives, they are less expensive and may be fixed if damage happens.

What should I expect?

To give you the smiles of your dreams—wide, even, and well-proportioned— we can build a beautiful and unique smile for you and try it on for size without harming your teeth, thanks to a thorough evaluation of your face, smile, and teeth proportions and cutting edge computerised smile design planning.

Once you’ve decided on a smile you like, we may prepare your teeth as conservatively as possible and have the lab construct your veneers with a variety of various effects and textures to offer you a unique smile.

For more information regarding this treatment
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“Cannot fault the service from this practice. All the staff are warm, friendly and welcoming. The skills and expertise from Claire and her team are second to none. I would have no hesitation recommending it. 😁”

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Claire Hughes Dental
  • Spencer House
  • L'Derry
  • Northern Ireland
  • BT47 6QA