What is Composite Veneer in Market Rasen, Lincolnshire?
Composite veneers are made up of thin pieces of composite material that are gently attached to the front of your tooth to change the way it looks as well as provide the tooth with an extra layer of protection.
Hundreds of patients from Market Rasen, Gainsborough, Fiskerton, Sudbrooke, Nettleham, Reepham, Caistor, Welton, Cherry Willingham, Keelby, and Lincolnshire are choosing composite veneers for their teeth to improve and update the way their teeth look.
Composite veneers can be used to disguise or cover up dental flaws such as:
- Chipped or cracked teeth
- Heavily stained teeth
- Worn teeth
- Small gaps between teeth
- Uneven or slightly crooked teeth
Composite veneers are a good and inexpensive cosmetic dental treatment for small or minor issues when braces or more complex treatments are unnecessary.
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What is the process for Composite Veneer at Market Rasen, Lincolnshire?
At your first free appointment in Market Rasen, we will examine your teeth and discuss what you’d like to change about your smile. We will talk through the benefits of composite veneers and decide whether this is the best cosmetic dental treatment for you.
Once you decide to go ahead with treatment, at your next appointment, we will choose the colour of your composite veneers, matching it closely to the colour of your teeth, or choosing perhaps a slightly whiter shade if you are having teeth at the front of your mouth treated.
Your tooth is prepared by etching gently at the surface, this enables the composite veneers to stick to the tooth more easily. A special glue is then applied to your tooth so that the composite veneers can be carefully applied. Your dentist will next adhere very thin layers of the composite material to the surface of your teeth until the desired effect is achieved. A composite resin light is then placed over your teeth which hardens the composite veneers to your teeth.
Finally, the composite veneers are polished to give a final natural finish and you can leave the surgery in Market Rasen with a stunning new smile.
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Affordable dental care – we offer 0% finance and work closely with you to create finance plans which will work to your budget
Comfortable and pain free – we will do all we can to make you relaxed and comfortable. We will listen to you and ensure you are in control
Patient generated care – everything we do is focused on what is right for you and your treatment
Free cosmetic consultation – book a free consultation to find out more about this treatment in detail
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What are the benefits of Composite Veneer in Market Rasen, Lincolnshire?
Patients from Market Rasen, Reepham, Caistor, Nettleham, Fiskerton, Welton, Cherry Willingham, Keelby, Gainsborough, Sudbrooke and Lincolnshire are choosing composite veneers because:
- This treatment is completely painless. There’s no need for injections, drilling or anaesthetic with composite veneers
- Composite veneers can treat a range of minor dental flaws such as chipped teeth or gaps in teeth without the need for complex or expensive dental work
- You’ll get instant results with composite veneers, and you’ll be able to leave the surgery in Market Rasen with a lovely new smile
- Composite veneers are a reversible treatment, so if you decide that you have changed your mind or no longer want the veneers on your teeth, they can be removed by an experienced cosmetic dentist
- Composite veneers can be applied quickly within one appointment time of about an hour. If you are looking to get more than one tooth treated, you may need to book more appointments
- Composite veneers are an inexpensive cosmetic dental treatment that can give your teeth an updated new look
Frequently Asked Questions about Composite Veneer
How long will composite veneers last?
It’s difficult to predict, but at Wolds Dental Studio we believe that composite veneers should last between 3 and 10 years. You can help to prolong the life of your composite veneers by taking good care of your teeth – maintaining a good oral hygiene, visiting your dentist and hygienist regularly and avoiding certain habits like biting your nails or chewing pen lids which can lead to your veneers chipping.
Will composite veneers ruin my teeth?
No, composite veneers will not ruin your teeth and are less invasive than porcelain veneers. Composite veneers add a layer of protection to your teeth so increase their strength as well as enhancing the beauty of your teeth. If you change your mind at any time, composite veneers can be removed.
What is the difference between composite veneers and composite bonding?
Both treatments use a composite material. Composite veneers are made up of thin layers of composite which are applied over the entire surface of the tooth. For this reason, they are often used on the teeth at the front of your mouth which are on show. Composite bonding is a soft resin which is moulded on to your tooth to cover up dental flaws and so it can be used to disguise parts of the tooth.
Other services to help with your smile journey
We understand that dental treatment can be expensive, but we aim to make all our dental treatments affordable and accessible. We offer flexible finance payment plans over different periods to suit your budget. You can also take advantage of our 0% finance to spread the cost.
Dental anxiety or a dental phobia is terrifying and can prevent you getting the dental treatment that you really need. Our specialist team are fully trained in dental anxiety and have tips to help you manage your fears. The first step is to get in touch so that we can start a conversation.
Take a look through our smile gallery to see the before and after photos of some of our amazing dental patients in Lincolnshire. You’ll see examples of straightening crooked teeth, replacing missing teeth, whitening yellow teeth and disguising chipped teeth.
If you’re suffering from dental anxiety, have a strong gag reflex or need a complex dental treatment, sedation can help. Our expert dentists have had specialist training in safely administering sedation. You’ll feel completely relaxed and won’t remember much about the procedure.