Porcelain veneers can mask any and all of your smile imperfections in just one appointment and help patients achieve their dream smile quickly and safely.
Mint Dental Clinic uses particular brands of porcelain veneers that require no drilling and no injections and are considerably thinner than traditional ones.
Using these modern porcelain materials, our technicians can create very thin layers, which can be as thin as 0.3 of a millimetre – this version of porcelain veneers is commonly referred to as Ultrathin.
Patients looking to completely overhaul their smiles with six porcelain veneers can expect to pay £5,100 for their treatment. Patients looking to break up the cost of their payments can do so with 0% finance, which would amount to £425 per month over 12 months, or £85 per month for 60 months.
In London especially, the cost of veneers can differ from practice to practice. However, the general cost of veneers is based on the skills, talents and expertise of your veneer dentist and technician and the type of material used.
Porcelain veneers cost £850.
Patients should remember that particular offers will depend on the number of veneers they require. For example, patients needing one or two veneers could pay more than those having multiple.
As you might know by now, veneers target multiple issues within a short time frame. However, with several different types available, ranging from high-end permanent to cheaper temporary solutions, it is unclear which ones to go for.
Laminate veneers, are just the same as regular veneers, consisting of wafer-thin veneers that are made out of ceramic materials.
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Porcelain veneers can be used to treat a wide variety of smile problems (even orthodontic ones) – they are the fastest way patients can achieve their dream smile. Many of the smile problems we use veneers to treat include:
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Any type or form of porcelain veneer can come off – but the likelihood of them falling off after being cemented to the enamel of the tooth is rare.
The bond between the veneer and the enamel will be incredibly strong. Breakages tend to happen when there is excessive forces applied or inappropriate habits.
Porcelain veneers do not stain easily and are regarded to be a highly-resistant material. However, they can discolour if you smoke, or drink beverages like red wine. Patients must also remember that the tooth around the veneer can still stain.
Dental veneers cannot be whitened once you have chosen their colour.
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