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What’s porcelain, perfect and gives years of bonding?

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Christmas is well on its way and what better way to treat yourself or a loved one than with a set of dental veneers. Tailor made to suit your natural teeth, here at Woodborough House we can offer Da Vinci, Lumineers and Macveneers to repair the look of damaged, crooked or discoloured teeth.

A beautiful smile can do wonders for your confidence levels and transform the way people perceive you, which is why when you come to Woodborough House we will assess your case individually. We understand that each case differs from patient to patient and depending on how complex the treatment required is, we will determine the most suitable type of veneers for your teeth.

Different Kinds of Veneers

There are numerous kind of veneers and choosing the ones to suit you is what can be decided upon during a consultation. A popular choice is Lumineers which can be custom made for your teeth. The porcelain is bonded onto the front of the teeth without any ‘grinding’ or ‘shaving’ that many veneers require. However, Lumineers may not be suitable in all cases, so it is up to the discretion of the dentist as to whether to advise them or not.

Mac veneers can be a good choice as they are made with pressed ceramics. Made in the US, Mac veneers are stain resistant so they provide protection for your teeth, and can be matched from the inside to the outer shell of the veneer which ensures as close a colour match as possible.

Da Vinci Veneers are another option you might want to consider. Developed in California, these type of veneers employ a thin sheet of porcelain that adheres to each tooth, and once treated, mould perfectly to teeth to help enhance your smile. The veneer will be designed to match and compliment the hue of your teeth, making them look very natural.

Dr Mark Hughes specialises in all of the above veneers and uses them mostly at the Harley Street Dental Studio practice.  Mark collaborates with Dr Nick Fahey to offer these treatments to Woodborough House patients. Dr Nick Fahey, Woodborough House practice owner prefers to use porcelain veneers and utilises one of the best technicians in Europe to see the job done.

Prices for veneers are as follows; Lumineers from £500 per unit, Da Vinci from £700 per unit, Mac veneers start from £900 and veneers with Nick start from £950.

For more information, or to book a free consultation with one of our dentists about veneers, please call 0118 984 3108 where one of our staff will be able to help.

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