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A dazzling smile with mydentist veneers

Tired of feeling self-conscious about yellowing or misshapen teeth? Veneers could be the answer. At mydentist, our experienced dental team can help you achieve a stunning, Hollywood-style smile with a quick, easy veneer treatment that removes as little of your natural tooth as possible.

What are veneers?

Veneers are a cosmetic solution that improves the appearance of your teeth by covering the front of your tooth with a thin layer of porcelain or composite resin. In some cases, veneers can be used as an alternative to orthodontic treatment and to improve the look and shape of your teeth. Veneers are designed to mimic the light reflection of natural teeth and are resistant to stains, ensuring a dazzling smile for years to come.

Veneers can help if

  • You have gaps between your teeth 
  • You have an incorrectly shaped tooth 
  • You want a treatment that removes as little tooth as possible 

What are the benefits of veneers?

Veneers provide several benefits, including:


Aesthetic enhancement

Veneers can hide yellowing, imperfections, and even close gaps between teeth, giving you a more confident and natural-looking smile.



Once fitted, veneers stay securely attached to your teeth, making them a long-lasting solution for imperfect teeth.


Nerve and tooth protection

Unlike some other cosmetic procedures, veneers are unlikely to affect or weaken the nerves within your teeth.


A more confident smile

Veneers can give you a more natural-looking smile, allowing you to laugh with confidence.

Can I afford veneers?

At mydentist, we strongly believe everyone should have access to the highest quality dental care. That's why we offer competitive pricing and financing options to make sure veneers are accessible to everyone.

Veneer results

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Veneers FAQs

What are dental veneers?

Dental veneers are thin, custom-made shells, usually made of porcelain or composite resin, that are bonded to the front surface of teeth to improve their appearance.

What issues can dental veneers address?

Veneers are commonly used to correct stained or discoloured teeth, chipped or cracked teeth, gaps between teeth, misaligned teeth, and irregularly shaped teeth.

Are there different types of dental veneers?

Yes, there are porcelain veneers and composite veneers.

What are porcelain veneers?

Porcelain veneers are more durable and stain-resistant than composite veneers but are often more expensive.

What are composite veneers?

Composite veneers tend to be more affordable than their porcelain counterpart and require less tooth enamel removal when they are fitted.

How long do dental veneers last?

Porcelain veneers typically last up to 15 years, or longer in some cases, with proper care. Composite veneers tend to last less time and may need to be replaced more regularly.

Do dental veneers look natural?

Yes, dental veneers are designed to look very natural. They can be customised in terms of colour, shape, and size to match your existing teeth, ensuring a natural appearance.

Does having a dental veneer fitted cause discomfort?

The placement of dental veneers is generally not painful. Local anaesthesia may be used during the tooth preparation phase, but most patients experience minimal discomfort. After placement, any sensitivity typically subsides within a few days.

Do dental veneers require special care?

If you have veneers, it is essential to maintain good oral hygiene, including regular brushing, flossing, and to attend dental check-ups.

Can dental veneers stain or discolour over time?

Porcelain veneers are resistant to staining and discoloration, but composite resin veneers may be more prone to staining. Avoiding highly pigmented foods and drinks and practicing good oral hygiene can help prevent staining. Overtime, patients can experience staining at the edges which may require remedial treatment.

Are there any alternatives to dental veneers?

Yes, alternatives to veneers include teeth whitening for discoloration, composite bonding for minor cosmetic issues, and orthodontic treatments (e.g., braces or Invisalign) for misaligned teeth. Include crowns treatment.

Can dental veneers fix severely crooked teeth?

Veneers are not a substitute for orthodontic treatment. They can improve the appearance of slightly misaligned teeth but are not suitable for correcting severe misalignment. Orthodontic treatment may be recommended in such cases.

Can dental veneers be repaired or replaced if damaged?

Veneers can be repaired in some cases if they become chipped or damaged. However, severe damage may require replacement. Regular dental check-ups can help identify issues early and may prevent more extensive damage.

Can anyone get dental veneers?

Not everyone is a candidate for veneers. A dentist will assess your oral health and discuss your goals to determine if veneers are a suitable option for you. Factors like tooth decay, gum disease, and teeth grinding may impact eligibility for veneers.

Are dental veneers offered through the NHS?

As dental veneers are considered a cosmetic solution the NHS does not typically provide this service.

We believe everyone should have access to the dental care they need, even if it is for cosmetic purposes. That's why we offer a range of competitive prices and finance options to make sure as many people as possible can experience the benefits of veneers.

Start your veneer journey today

Veneers are a safe, effective, and long-lasting option to improve your smile. Whether you're looking to close gaps, cover imperfections, or just achieve a Hollywood smile, we can help. 

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