What are Porcelain Veneers?
A porcelain veneer is a super-thin porcelain surface custom-made to fit over the front of your existing tooth. We can treat one tooth or a number of your teeth. This is a life-changing treatment, which can be completed within weeks.
In the past, it was necessary to remove some existing tooth structure before placing veneers. Thanks to technological advances, in many cases this is no longer necessary.
With porcelain veneers from White & Co. you can:
How does it work?
Meet your dentist
Discuss your options and work together to design the perfect smile for you.
For some patients we will remove a tiny amount of enamel from the front of the tooth.
Place the veneer
We gently place and bond the high-quality porcelain shell to the front of the tooth.
Enjoy your new smile
Enjoy life-changing new confidence with your perfect smile.
Empress/EMAX porcelain veneers (single tooth)
£750 - £950
Empress/EMAX porcelain veneers (multiple tooth)
£680 - £750
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“She was so helpful, patient, put me at ease so much and was so determined to achieve exactly what I wanted. The rest of the staff are lovely too. I couldn't be happier with the outcome of my teeth and I would recommend this practice and Dr Cindy to anyone!” Georgina Butler. Teeth whitening, fillings and composite bonding.
“I thought it was ageing me and I just needed a little bit of help and I’d heard they’re very, very good.” Kim. Porcelain veneers.
Does porcelain veneers treatment hurt?
Veneers patients are usually given a local anaesthetic so you should not feel pain during treatment. Your teeth could feel sensitive for a few days after treatment. Please call White & Co. straight away with any questions or problems.
Will this treatment affect my eating or drinking?
As with natural teeth, drinks such as cola, red wine, tea and coffee can stain. Some porcelain veneers patients use a straw to drink these liquids. You should have no problems eating with veneers.
Will this treatment affect my speech?
Your speech should not be affected.
What is the best way to look after veneers?
Brush your teeth twice a day in the usual way. Avoid unnecessary pressure such as using your teeth to open packaging.
Is this a safe treatment?
This is a safe treatment when performed by a highly-skilled, experienced dentist.