Componeers are an innovative new dental device available at City Dental in Leeds, which combines the functional and aesthetic appeal of composite bonding and veneers, but unlike traditional veneers, Componeers can be fitted in a single session.
Componeers are a new type of veneer, what is known as nano-hybrid composite enamel shells, and can be applied to the teeth in a short period of time. Componeers were designed and developed in Switzerland and are pre-fabricated in different shapes, sizes and shades, so patients can choose the bespoke look they want. Componeers can also be customised to suit the needs and preferences of the individual.
Most people are aware of the benefits of traditional veneers but for some they are not affordable. Componeers provide all the aesthetic benefits without the hefty price tag, with Componeers often costing around half the price of porcelain veneers. Since they can be fitted in a single session, this allows you to enjoy your new smile straightaway. The preparation stage is also much less invasive and tooth tissue is largely left untouched, as the shells are extremely thin at only 0.3mm in thickness. In most cases, there is no need for any injections, which will come as welcome news for patients who are wary of needles.
Componeers are versatile, can be customised for the individual and are easily repaired in the unlikely event that they become chipped.
The treatment process is much less stressful than normal veneer treatment, thanks to less time in the dental chair, minimal preparation and a lack of injections. For nervous patients, this treatment is a blessing and the results are amazing. You will be invited to get involved in the planning process to choose the shape and size of the veneers, so that your finished smile matches your expectations. Once you are happy with the look of the Componeers, they will be fixed into place using strong dental adhesive.
Componeers can give you a beautiful, flawless smile in a short space of time. It is also possible to have whitening treatment to bleach the Componeers.