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Dental veneers in Manchester are now available at Serenity Dental Spa – transforming smiles to give our customers a beautiful, confident smile.

What are dental veneers?

Dental veneers are a straightforward way to resolve a variety of physical and aesthetic problems. They are thin pieces of custom-made porcelain bonded to the front surfaces of your natural teeth. A precise shade of porcelain can be chosen to in the right colour to improve a single tooth or lighten your front teeth. Dental veneers are a straightforward way to resolve a variety of physical and aesthetic problems.

What are the benefits of dental veneers?

  • Years of drinking coffee, eating highly pigmented foods or smoking can gradually stain teeth causing yellow or brown shades. Veneers are cosmetic solution to improve the appearance of a discoloured smile.
  • If your irreplaceable tooth enamel is worn down from vigorous tooth brushing or it has been eroded by acidic foods and drinks over the years, dental veneers are an attractive option to substitute the lost enamel.
  • Veneers provide a very natural finish. The porcelain finish mimics the light-reflecting appearance of natural teeth so you are left with a brighter, natural-looking smile.
  • If you are concerned about misshapen, chipped or discoloured teeth, dental veneers can offer a long-lasting cosmetic solution.
  • Porcelain veneers are more resistant and durable than composite bonding and can last for 10-20 years if cared for properly.

What are the drawbacks of dental veneers?

Dental veneers are considered a long term solution for imperfections in teeth. However, it is an irreversible procedure.

We colour-match your veneers so they look natural but they may not feel natural for a start. You may need a few weeks to get used to the feel of them.

In some cases patients experience more sensitivity in their teeth after having their veneers fitted.

Veneers are not a good choice for people with dental issues such as tooth decay, weakened teeth or those who clench or grind their teeth.

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