Porcelain Veneers

Veneers at Abbey House Dental

Give your smile the wow factor

At our modern practice in Stone, Staffordshire

Veneers are a fantastic way to give you that Hollywood smile!
Let our award winning team guide you to a picture perfect smile

Our dental veneers in Stoke-on-Trent are extremely thin porcelain which cover the front of your natural tooth (a bit like a false finger nail) and give you a more pleasing shape and shade to your tooth.

Dental veneers are individually made by our extremely skilled laboratory, we take impressions and slightly prepare the tooth, after 10-14 days they will be fitted. Unlike a full crown, veneers cover the front surface only, therefore there is less preparation to the natural tooth. They are made bespoke just for you.

 

Veneers can help to:

  • Disguise a discoloured tooth
  • Close a gap in between teeth
  • Give a more uniform appearance to your front teeth
  • Realign mild crowding
  • Make protruding teeth look more in line with each other

For more information about porcelain veneers in Stoke-on-Trent or to discuss your circumstances with our porcelain veneers experts, please contact us today! Call us on 01785 818037, email info@abbeyhousedental.com or complete our contact form.

Smile Makeover & Veneers

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Before & After Gallery

Take a look at the amazing results we have helped our patients achieve using porcelain veneers

Abbey House Dental Implant & Sedation Centre | Stoke-On-Trent

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Abbey House Dental Implant & Sedation Centre | Stoke-On-Trent

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Abbey House Dental Implant & Sedation Centre | Stoke-On-Trent

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Abbey House Dental Implant & Sedation Centre | Stoke-On-Trent

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Frequently Asked Questions

Thinking of having Veneers, here are some questions you might be asking yourself;

How long do they take?

Your veneers will be bespokely made for you in our specialist dental laboratory, this normally takes around 2 weeks so your new improved smile could be closer than you think.

Are they strong enough for everyday use?

They are made from a thin porcelain to give optimum cosmetic appearance. During usual use they are strong and reliable, however if you grind your teeth then you might want to consider a dental crown or crowns instead- this will all be discussed at your consultation.

How can I get started?

Give the practice a call and we will arrange a consultation to discuss your expectations and arrange the appointments for your new smile.