Composite Veneers in Essex
Composite veneers can be used to improve the colour, shape, size and texture of teeth to make them more attractive. They can be used to fix minor chips and cracks in teeth. They are made from resin which is bonded directly to teeth and sculpted to the desired shape and finish under the hands of an experienced cosmetic dentist.
It takes one visit to complete. They require little if any tooth reduction (drilling) and the treatment can be completed in a single visit. However unlike porcelain veneers, composite veneers can be prone to staining and may not last as long.
What are composite veneers used for?
Composite veneers can be used for treating a wide range of cosmetic dental problems in the same way as porcelain veneers are used. Common problems include:
Crooked teeth – you can use composite veneers after orthodontic treatment with something like the Inman Aligner, 6 month smiles or smilelign to complete any in perfections. Or composite veneers can be placed directly to hide mildly crooked teeth like porcelain veneers.