Dental Veneers at Dental Care Ireland

Dental Veneers

Dental Veneers are a purely cosmetic treatment that basically give you a better smile. They can create the impression of perfect teeth – without the need to wear braces.

Dental veneers are usually recommended if the issue with your smile is primarily aesthetic.

What is a Dental Veneer?

Dental veneers do not address the underlying problems with your teeth, they simply cover them. If you are seriously thinking about improving your smile, we recommend an initial consultation with your dentist who can give you a professional opinion on what the best (and most cost-effective) treatment might be. Your priority should always be looking after your natural teeth and ensuring that they remain healthy for the long term.

If the issue with your smile is primarily aesthetic, your dentist may agree that veneers are a good option. Normally, veneers will take two visits to the dentist to be fitted. On the first visit, your dentist will prepare your teeth so that the veneers can adhere to them. During this visit, your dentist will also take a mould of your teeth which is then sent to a laboratory, where the veneers are prepared to an exacting standard.

Your second appointment will normally be arranged for two to four weeks’ time. By this time, your veneers will have been prepared by the laboratory so your dentist can cement them in place.

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