What are veneers?
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Veneers are an ultra-thin shell made from porcelain or a composite material. They are made to fit each tooth. Once each shell has bonded in place to each tooth veneers look natural and offer the same strength as a natural tooth would.
There are advantages to using porcelain over the direct composite veneers but there are also some compelling reasons for patients to select the composite options.
What are the options available with dental veneers?
Our clinic offers E.MAX® Ceramic Veneers and Direct Composite Veneers for the benefit of our patients
Perhaps the best advantage of veneers is that they offer an almost immediate transformation of a smile that simply was not what the patient wanted. Veneers look natural once they are in place. They are designed to fit your teeth and to work with your bite. Patients will find that veneers are much less likely to become discolored and stained. They can also achieve a straightened smile without the need for braces. There are few disadvantages to dental veneers. Perhaps the most compelling consideration for patients to keep in mind is that once teeth have been buffed down for placement of the veneers, that enamel cannot be replaced. Patients often find that they need to have veneers for life.
How much are veneers?
As a cosmetic dental procedure, many patients are concerned about the cost of dental veneers. At Crown Dental we offer a great amount of experience in not only repairing a smile, but also in restoring the smiles and confidence of our patients. If you are looking for veneers in Dublin, you have found the right clinic. We offer competitive pricing plans, and offer great before and after images for our patients.
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E.MAX® Porcelain Veneer
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All of our treatments and services are provided in a comfortable, spa-like clinic, designed according to high-quality standards in our clinic in Dublin 6.
There are occasions where the decay or damage to a tooth may be too extensive to be treated with a simple filling, but not quite extensive enough to need the full-coverage of a crown. In these types of situations, the best option for tooth restoration may be to consider dental inlays or onlays.
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