Dental veneers can help to correct discoloured, crooked or gapped teeth in under two weeks. They can also be used to treat discrepancies in tooth shape or size.

Veneers are facings placed on the front surfaces of teeth in order to correct the appearance of the teeth. Veneers are commonly placed to correct crooked, malaligned or gapped teeth. They are also very effective in disguising discoloured or darkened teeth.

These are veneers that can be placed on the teeth on the same day. Composite resin (also known as tooth-coloured filling material) is placed on the teeth to correct their appearance. This type of veneer generally lasts 5-6 years. It is easy to make customised adjustments, but the material can stain and chip easily.

These are veneers made out of porcelain and glued onto teeth. They can achieve an excellent aesthetic result whilst still looking very natural. E.max, a lithium disilicate porcelain material, represents a major breakthrough in restorative and cosmetic dentistry. One reason behind this is a combination of its high esthetics and superior strength. The all-ceramic dental crowns and restorations made from E.max are natural-looking and contain no metal. Depending on the correction you want to make, your dentist will work with you to select the best option whether it be crowns, veneers, a bridge or implants.
An example of E.max porcelain veneer treatment for the upper and lower front teeth performed by Dr Stephen Chan. It creates a natural result, whilst correcting discolouration, crookedness and gaps between the teeth.


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