Larne Dental Centre

Chipped or broken teeth?

Porcelain Veneers

They look like real teeth!

Porcelain veneers are a stain-resistant and incredibly strong cosmetic treatment that gives your teeth a naturally white and consistent appearance.

They are made from wafer-thin porcelain that is bonded to the front of your tooth, much like the way you might apply a false fingernail on top of a real one.

We can place a veneer on a single tooth, or multiple teeth, to enhance the appearance of chipped, broken, misaligned and worn teeth for a brilliant smile.

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Porcelain Veneers

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How long will the veneer last?

The highly trained dentists at Larne Dental Centre have years of experience to ensure your veneer lasts for many years. And when you properly look after your teeth by following a good oral hygiene routine, there’s no reason why your veneer shouldn’t last a lifetime.

Remember, your veneer is not a replacement for a tooth so if your diet is high in sugary treats, your teeth can still decay and your veneer may need to be replaced.

Will it hurt?

We always do our best to make sure all of our treatments are as painless as possible and veneers are no exception. Our dentists are highly skilled so you shouldn’t feel a thing, though a small handful of people may experience some mild sensitivity during the treatment or for a day or two after.

Is this the right treatment for me?

Yes! Veneers are a good match for nearly everyone with only a few exceptions. Veneers may not be the best option for you if you have any untreated tooth decay, gum disease, acid erosion or if you grind your teeth. Our dentists always take the time to discuss all of your options.

Aftercare Advice

After your porcelain veneer is put in place we recommend that you:

Take care with hot food and drinks as your teeth and gums may be sensitive for a few days.

Look after your veneers the same as you would your natural teeth, including brushing your teeth twice a day and daily flossing, as well as using an interdental brush.

Even though porcelain is highly resistant to staining they still need regular care and you should be aware of how much sugar you consume to reduce the chances of decay.

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