Are you looking for a Lumineers Manchester dentist? Contact 360 Dental Care about our specialist services in veneers. We offer high-quality solutions to all our patients, tailoring treatments to your individual needs.
To get started, arrange a free virtual smile assessment or book an appointment with our veneer experts. To get in touch, call today on 0161 834 1000. Read More
What Are Veneers?
Veneers are thin facings which are attached to the front of teeth, a bit like false nails act for fingertips! They’re fixed via a strong bonding material which can last for several decades when applied correctly, making them one of the most durable cosmetic dentistry options.
Veneers are used for a multitude of reasons, from covering chips to creating a more desirable colour for your smile. You can also have a single veneer fitted if you’d love to improve the appearance of one tooth.
The treatment is most suitable for patients with healthy enamel and teeth which aren’t too crooked. Options include both composite and porcelain veneers, and one of the top brands used is called Lumineers. Porcelain veneers are more expensive, but last longer and won’t stain easily.
If you’ve been looking for a Lumineer expert, you may be wondering how these differ from traditional veneers. Lumineers are one of the best options if you’re looking for no preparation veneers thanks to their thin consistency, helping to reduce the bulky appearance associated with some traditional types of veneers. At 360 Dental Care, we’ll always offer no preparation veneers where possible or look at ways in which only minor tooth alterations are required.
Are Veneers Available on the NHS?
In the United Kingdom, veneers are only available on the NHS in exceptional circumstances, i.e. when they’re required to restore dental health. They will need to be funded privately if chosen for cosmetic purposes. Take the time to speak to your dentist about payment options across a range of solutions, including Lumineers.
What Are the Benefits of Veneers?
- Natural-looking results
- Long-lasting solutions
- Strong materials
- Stain resistant (porcelain veneers)
- Minimal tooth preparation
- Cover chipped or discoloured teeth
- Achieve your ideal smile
Want a New Smile? Contact Us
If you’re taking the time to search for more information about veneers or Lumineers, the first step is to speak to a cosmetic dentistry expert. We’ll examine your teeth and gums to assess their condition, discussing any issues you’ve had and what you’d like to achieve. From here, we can recommend the various options available to you and which treatments we think are most suitable for your needs.
To book a smile assessment, contact us now.