Transform Your Smile With Veneers

How To Achieve That Hollywood Smile Without A Hollywood Budget

Tired of sporting a wonky smile? Dental veneers are the answer if you’re looking to hide any missing, wonky or discoloured teeth.

Have you started to notice that everyone has a straighter, brighter smile than you? It’s not your imagination, it’s simply that smile makeovers are enjoying an incredible boom in popularity. As an increasing number of people opt to work on their self-image, partly due to the discomfort of the FaceApp viral trend, smiles are top of the list when it comes to easy improvements that can be made. A radiant smile can light up a room, make you look younger and even attract a new partner. And the best thing about smile makeovers is that they’re not just available to the rich and famous. Although Hollywood actors and reality TV stars may inspire us to enhance our looks, an appealing smile can now easily be achieved with the help of dental veneers.

Introducing Veneers

Many of us feel self-conscious about our smile, perhaps because of yellow or discoloured teeth, poor alignment or even some teeth that are broken or missing. In all of these cases, veneers can be the answer that you’re looking for to transform your smile. The treatment involves a thin layer of porcelain or composite material being attached to the front of your teeth. This acts as a mask to the dental issues that you’ve been experiencing and gives the appearance of a brighter, straighter smile. You can either have a single veneer fit for a broken tooth, or an entire set where you need a larger area treated.

First Steps

If you’re interested in dental veneers and live in the south-east, then you’ll benefit from visiting a professional veneers Essex team who can discuss your individual treatment options. They’ll begin by assessing your existing teeth and discussing the results you’d like to see. You’ll need to make some decisions about the type of veneers you wish to go for – which may be based on your budget. As a guide, composite veneers tend to be cheaper, but as they’re not as durable, you might expect to have to replace or repair them regularly as the resin material may stain over time depending on lifestyle choices such as whether you drink coffee or alcohol. Alternatively, porcelain veneers are the pricier choice, but you might expect them to be in place for 10-15 years before requiring an update so they’re a positive long-term investment.

Your Veneer Fitting Appointment

Once you’ve made your choice to commit to veneers, you’ll usually require a minimum of two visits for the fitting. Initially, a thin layer of enamel will be removed from the front of your teeth. This step is required so that the veneer can be successfully applied and will remain in place when fixed. You’ll also have a mould taken of your existing tooth to ensure a great shape, size and shade of your customised veneer, whether that’s a single fit or a set. At your next appointment, the veneer will be bonded to the front of your teeth using a firm adhesive.

If you’re ready to achieve that beaming smile that so many others seem to be wearing, then it’s time for you to commit to dental veneers. Be sure to use a trusted dental professional with extensive experience in this type of treatment.