Porcelain veneers are cosmetic tooth ‘covers’, made of tooth-coloured porcelain, that are applied to the outer surface of the tooth. Veneers at Simply Teeth in Essex are custom-made to fit. They go over existing teeth, completely covering the teeth and changing their appearance significantly.

Veneers can also be made a dental resin composite material. Dentists will generally recommend these veneers for various reasons. Porcelain is more stain resistant, more durable and has a more natural appearance. Additionally, porcelain veneers can last up to ten years.

Benefits of porcelain veneers

Our patients choose porcelain veneers in Essex for several reasons. Tooth discoloration is generally a predominant factor. Yellow or stained teeth are visually unappealing to many people, and also may be a symptom of unhealthy teeth.

A lot of our patients also choose veneers in Essex to create a more uniform shape to their teeth. Veneers can enhance the cosmetic appearance of the teeth.

Let’s face it, when we look at magazines or watch TV, we rarely see models or actors with imperfect teeth. It’s likely that most of these smiles are the work of an excellent dentist. That’s not to say that some people were not simply born with a beautiful smile. But if you want to achieve a a perfect smile then porcelain veneers may be a helpful option.

That sounds expensive!

Veneers at Simply Teeth should be considered an investment. Cost is based on several factors. These include the experience of our dentists, the quality of the materials we use and the number of veneers you want.

To help spread this cost we are happy to offer our patients finance options to help spread the cost over a manageable period. Prices start at just £600, your veneers in Essex could be more achievable than ever before.

Are there any disadvantages?

While the good things are obvious; beautiful perfect teeth that will last many years. There are several cons of veneers that should be considered as well.

Veneers can’t be ‘undone’. Once the process is started, there’s no going back. Your teeth have to have a thin layer of enamel removed when the veneer is fitted. Some patients may also experience sensitivity from the enamel being removed.