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Veneers

Permanent, Pleasant, Painless


For centuries, porcelain has been used by artists. In the last few years, porcelain veneers – some as thin as contact lenses – have become the technique of choice for treating discoloured, chipped or stained teeth. And in some cases, veneers can even replace traditional braces.

Why Veneers?

A beautiful smile has become the new social barometer for many people today. An independent study has revealed that your smile is the first thing people notice when they meet you – before they notice your eyes!

Most attractive smile characteristics:

  • Straightness
  • Whiteness and colour of teeth
  • Cleanliness of teeth

Least attractive smile characteristics:

  • Discoloured, yellow or stained teeth
  • Missing teeth
  • Crooked teeth

Veneers can give you the smile you’ve always dreamed of: a smile that looks clean, healthy, straight and even glamorous. If you’ve been waiting to try veneers, don’t wait any longer …

Veneers use exceptionally thin porcelain, some as thin as a contact lens, and are placed over existing teeth.

Porcelain veneers provide a permanent cosmetic solution for stained, chipped, discoloured or misaligned teeth and is clinically proven to last over 20 years.

They can give you the smile you’ve always dreamed of: a smile that looks clean, healthy, straight and even glamorous. If you’ve been waiting to try veneers, don’t wait any longer!

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