Nothing says confidence like a bright, beautifully aligned smile. Unfortunately, Mother Nature is not always generous.
If you face multiple aesthetic dental problems at once, then dental veneers at Liverpool Smile Studio may be the right treatment for you. Liverpool veneers are thin, transparent shells of porcelain that are firmly attached to the front teeth in order to improve their shape, size and colour. Veneers can only be used on the front of the teeth that are visible when you smile.
Why are veneers in Liverpool so versatile?
What makes veneers a versatile cosmetic dentistry option is that they can be used to hide many dental flaws at once. For instance, if you have chipped, cracked, discoloured and misshapen teeth, all at the same time, veneers can help cover these imperfections without having to resort to many expensive (and extensive dental treatments). Dental veneers can also help align slightly misaligned or crooked teeth. Many people assume that the path to a straighter smile is always through teeth straightening. However, dental veneers can offer the same effect in a shorter period of time.
All you need to know about your treatment with veneers
Once you decide to have veneers in Liverpool, the next step is to have your teeth prepared. Depending on the size and location of your teeth, this preparation can take one or several dental visits and we may need to remove a relatively small amount of tooth enamel. However, don’t be alarmed. We will only remove only what’s necessary to achieve beautiful results, since the removal of your tooth enamel cannot be reversed.
After preparing impressions of your teeth, we will send them to a technician so that they can use to create your bespoke veneers. In the period in between, we will make a temporary set of veneers you can wear while your actual veneers are being constructed.
Once the veneers are attached to your teeth, they will need to stay there and this will be achieved with the help of a special cement. Before applying the adhesive on your teeth, we will prepare their surfaces by creating microscopic pores on top of them so that the veneers can bond more easily.