fitting porcelain veneers

What are Veeners?

Veneers are a form of cosmetic dentistry in which a thin layer of porcelain is attached to the surface of the tooth with a strong adhesive hiding any blemishes or damage.

One of the major advantages of this treatment is that they are comfortable, long-lasting and will be designed to look the same shade as your other teeth, meaning your new smile will look completely natural, so no-one will ever know the difference.

An initial consultation with one of Saving Faces dental experts will involve an examination of the single or set of teeth which requires the treatment.


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We understand that Veneers can be an expensive procedure for many but we don’t want to put barriers up to prevent you from getting a perfect smile. We have teamed up with Chrysalis Finance to help you spread the cost of the procedure. 

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Client Testimonials

  • review rating 5  I am amazed by the outcome of my visit today this is the most professional dentists I have ever visited. My wife has been having her teeth looked at and worked on for over 14 years Andrew fixed them in 12 weeks

    thumb Damon Noone

    review rating 5  professional from start too finish would recommend this too everybody bev and anthony and all staff couldnt do enough for you great service 👍👍👍

    thumb Lee Ban
  • review rating 5  New and well appointed building with good facilities. Reception staff were very friendly. I have been to the dentist for previous cosmetic work and was very pleased with his work.

    thumb Ian Gemmell

    review rating 5  I'm mid way through my treatment but I'm very happy with the costs, excellent advice and the teams great attitude to rescuing my teeth.. After being quoted by another dentist a phenomenal amount of money and being charged for consultation , I would recommend Saving Faces for their professional advice all day long..

    thumb Colin Campbell
  • review rating 5  Following a road traffic accident Anthony sorted out damage caused to my teeth. Anthony did an amazing job which I didn't think would be possible. If anyone reading this feels their teeth are beyond repair to create a confident smile you'd be wrong as Anthony can sort it out!!! The reception staff are amazing too. I'd class myself as a nervous patient. I'm not now as my trust in Anthony is 110 percent!

    thumb Jan Wilson

Veneers FAQ's

Veneers can last between 5 and 25 years. It depends on how the teeth with veneers are looked after. If they are not properly cleaned the surrounding gum tissues may cause them to fall out. Veneers should be looked after like a natural tooth – that means brushing regularly as well as flossing and the maintenance of general dental hygiene.

There may be mild discomfort when the dentist removes 5 millimetres of enamel from the tooth, which is done so the size or thickness of the tooth doesn’t change when the veneer is attached. The dentist may, however, choose to perform this with local anaesthetic to numb the discomfort.

As they are made from porcelain it is difficult for veneers to incur stains. Most food and beverages will not leave any marks on your veneers. Regular consumption of food and drink with powerful agents – coffee and wine, for instance – are notable exceptions and may lead to discolouring over time.

In the event that a veneer needs replacing – although, most will last up to 20 years if they are properly looked after – a similar process to the original fitting is required to replace it. It involves taking out the structure, making a new impression and applying a temporary veneer until a permanent solution can be fixed on your second visit.

Yes, we want to make sure your veneer looks as natural as possible when placed alongside your remaining natural teeth. Your veneer will be made to match your existing teeth.

They can fall out but if your teeth are properly looked after this will not happen, or they will not need to be replaced or repaired for a long time.

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