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We Offer Componeer Veneers For All Our Patients

Sunday, December 14th, 2014

3200188_blogIf you like the sound of porcelain veneers, but you would prefer a more affordable, quicker and less invasive treatment, why not consider Componeers? Componeers are single visit veneers, which are less expensive than porcelain veneers.

What are Componeers?

Componeers have been developed using the benefits of veneers and composite bonding; they offer a cheaper, faster and less invasive alternative to traditional veneers. These veneers, which are a hybrid of veneer and composite bonding treatment, are bonded directly to the teeth and they are pre-fabricated, so they can be applied in a single treatment session.

Componeers are made in Switzerland and they are available in a range of different sizes, shades and shapes, so you can choose the style you prefer and then enjoy a brand new smile within minutes.

What are the advantages of Componeers?

Many people long for a beautiful smile, but porcelain veneers can be very expensive and this means that they are not accessible to all. Componeers provide a more affordable solution. The treatment process is simpler and much quicker and patients only need a single visit, rather than a series of sessions.

Componeer enamel shells are incredibly thin and this means that minimal preparation is required. The fitting stage is painless, so you won’t need to worry about injections or dealing with any numbness afterwards.

The results of Componeer treatment are amazing and after just a few hassle-free minutes in the dental chair, your smile will be magically transformed. If you suffer from issues such as chipped, discoloured or worn teeth or you would like a brighter, healthier looking smile, this is a simple, affordable and completely painless means of achieving that goal. Call us now to find out more and to book a consultation!

A Lumineer Veneer Could Be Just What The Dentist Ordered In LE1

Sunday, June 22nd, 2014

iStock_000000363253XSmallIf you’re longing for a dazzling smile, Lumineers could be just what the doctor ordered! These amazing veneers create stunning smiles with minimal interference with tooth structure.

What are Lumineers?

Lumineers are ultra-thin veneers, which are used to create outstandingly beautiful smiles. Lumineers are as thin as a contact lens and they are designed to create amazing aesthetics, as well as providing strength and durability. Lumineers are thinner and lighter than other types of veneer and this means that the preparation phase is much less invasive. Normally, a layer of tooth structure has to be removed to make room for the veneers, but with Lumineers this is not necessary because the shells are so fine. This means that the structure of the tooth is preserved and the enamel is protected.

Treatment takes place in two stages, which are usually around 2 weeks apart. At the first appointment, we will explain how the treatment works and answer any questions you have and then we will create impressions of your teeth, which are sent to highly skilled technicians. After the veneers have been fabricated, they will then be fitted by your dentist. It is important make sure the veneers look perfect before they are bonded onto the teeth so your dentist will place them over your teeth and invite you to have a look at them before securing them firmly in place.

Why would I benefit from Lumineers?

If you have imperfections with your smile and you dream of a perfect set of pearly whites, Lumineers are a great option. They are ultra-thin, they have a beautiful natural looking sheen and they are extremely light and comfortable. Veneer treatment can literally transform your smile, from a stained, chipped and worn set of teeth into a radiant, red-carpet worthy smile.

Choosing Lumineers for Your Teeth in Central Leeds

Sunday, March 18th, 2012

There are a lot of cosmetic treatments available in central Leeds capable of knocking your teeth into shape, however, there is nothing better for covering up the signs of age than a veneer.

As a rule, the best veneers are always considered to be made of porcelain, but in preparing the teeth they are irreversibly damaged, because the enamel has to be removed from the surface of the teeth.

This tooth enamel damage does not occur with Lumineers.

Lumineers are manufactured out of specially patented porcelain and are very strong- it needs to be too, for it is a lot thinner than the traditional veneer, but still provides the same coverage and strength.

When attaching a Lumineer, the teeth are simply cleaned and the piece cemented over the top of the enamel, meaning that if you decide further down the line to change your mind, the Lumineer can be taken off and the tooth re-polished.





Dental veneers can improve the look of patients’ smiles, say central Leeds dentists

Monday, September 19th, 2011

Crooked, stained and cracked teeth can be an inconvenience to those who suffer from such things. Dentists offer variety of ways to mitigate the effects of these problems but one of the most popular and effective is the fitting of dental veneers. These are easily fitted now thanks to modern technology and many patients are able to walk out of the surgery after a short appointment with a much improved smile.
Dental veneers tend to be made from porcelain these days and this conveys certain advantages for the patient. Porcelain can be worked with in very small amounts and still retain a high standard of durability. This is handy when it comes to dental veneers because the more of the original tooth that can be left intact is a boon to the dentist and the patient. With some types of porcelain dental veneer it is very rare for any of the existing tooth to have to be removed at all.
Your dentist will affix the veneer to the unsightly tooth in such a way that it will look a whole lot better. If the tooth is crooked then the veneer can be placed at a certain angle so the tooth looks like it is straight in the mouth. You won’t need to worry about your veneer staining because colour runs off porcelain in the same way as it does from glass.
A consultation with your dentist in central Leeds will be able to tell you all about how long the appointment will take and give you information about costs and after care.

Future veneers for a dazzling smile

Saturday, May 2nd, 2009

Just today we fitted 4 future veneers for one of our Leeds based patients. Future veneers are contact lens thick which means no or minimal tooth reduction. The result was amazing and the patient was over the moon. If you would like future veneers and are from Leeds, Bradford, Wakefield or the surrounding areas then why not contact us for a FREE CONSULTATION on 01132454868.