If you wish to transform your smile without investing in many different cosmetic dental treatments, then you may wish to consider dental veneers. While some cases are more challenging than others, almost everyone is eligible for dental veneers in Liverpool.
Veneers are very thin porcelain facades that are bonded to the front of the teeth with the help of a special adhesive. They are not as invasive as other cosmetic restorations, since they only require removing a thin layer of tooth enamel. At Liverpool Smile Studio, we can customise your veneers to help you achieve your smile goals in a natural way.
Dental veneers in Liverpool cannot be completed in a single visit
Getting veneers in Liverpool is a multi-step procedure that involves spending 2-3 appointments in the dentist’s chair. Firstly, your dentist will examine your teeth carefully, determine if you are a good candidate for this process and conduct a detailed smile analysis. Depending on your cosmetic goals and your specific dental issues, all treatment options will be discussed. Just because dental veneers look awesome on a friend or a celebrity, doesn’t necessarily mean that they are the best treatment for you.
Veneers can be totally customised
One of the most versatile things about veneers is that they can be customized to your face shape and smile. If you don’t like the colour or length of your teeth, you can have them minimised or changed. Your dentist will take into considerations parameters such as your bite, the alignment of your teeth, the thickness of your tooth enamel and your pulp tissue in order to create veneers that are flattering to your face shape and smile. Moreover, your veneers can be colour-matched to the rest of your teeth for a seamless and natural smile.
Getting veneers in Liverpool is not painful
Getting veneers at our dental practice doesn’t involve any pain or discomfort. Not only do we provide topical anaesthesia, but we can also discuss other sedation techniques in case you are feeling too anxious for the procedure. Feeling some sensitivity after is expected, but it should go away soon.