Here at Smileworks we believe everyone should feel confident and happy when they smile. A great deal of what we do is helping patients achieve this with Dental Veneers. If you’re looking for instant perfection and freedom from crooked, broken, chipped, gappy and discoloured teeth then veneers are the choice for you. Watch our 1m video for an overview of the process and then read on for all the possible information there currently is available on Veneers written by professional dentists.
There are different types available at Smileworks to suit your individual needs including traditional porcelain and Emax. There’s also the artistically advanced and beautiful option of composite veneers that are created by our own dentists in one appointment and are sculpted onto your teeth individually. Then there’s the technologically advanced prepless or no prep veneers – created with the health of your underlying tooth in mind.
Click the links to learn more about each type of veneer. There are also many different types of problem that Veneers can correct. These include anything from chipped or worn teeth right up to a full new smile. Veneers can also straighten a gappy or crooked smile and are an alternative to braces for some patients. If the tooth is damaged or you are in pain then you might need a root canal, dental crown or you might simply need the tooth filling. You can access our emergence dental treatments here read about these treatments by following the links. Take a look at our practice video and see what it’s like to be a patient at Smileworks. ~If you show too much gum when you smile take a look at our gummy smiles page.
"Despite the fact I was totally delighted with my new appearance, on my final visit MJ's did a final tweak on one of my teeth. That is what I call "attention to detail". The whole treatment from start to conclusion was faultless, and I would have no hesitation in recommending Smileworks to anyone."SANDRA BARLOW
"I had my teeth (composite veneers) done over 6 months ago and it was the best experience I have ever had in a dentist, from the consultation right through to the cosmetic work"CRAIG COPPLE
"Had an accident with my veneers two weeks before going on holiday! With thanks to MJ at Smileworks they were fixed so fast and look better than ever!"REBECCA BRANNELLEY
"Had an amazing experience at Smileworks, now have beautiful composite veneers and I'm not afraid to smile anymore! The staff are really beautiful and friendly"VICTORIA EVANS
"The best work .. Lightest hand ever .. ZERO PAIN!!!!"SAEED
Porcelain restorations are longer lasting and more durable than composites. They will typically last you between 10-15 years. There are many cases of them lasting even longer than that and it’s very much down to each individual patient. Veneers are made of durable materials but they are not indestructible and will wear, chip and become damaged over time.
Veneers work something like fake fingernails. We design and make them from the finest materials and then fit them to your teeth for an instantly perfect, Hollywood smile. That said, nobody likes to look fake, and our cosmetic dentists will ensure that your veneers look perfect and use the most advanced, translucent and lifelike materials available in modern dentistry. So if you’re looking for an “absolutely brilliant, honest and affordable service” from a team who “always, 100% go the extra mile to please” then book your appointment below.
The procedure for porcelain veneers is very simple. Patients come into the office and consult wither with our treatment coordinators or our cosmetic dentists. You will get a full tour of your mouth including any problems or issues that need correcting. Your cosmetic dentists will use photography, intra-oral video cameras and advanced diagnostic procedures to determine the best course of treatment.
Once you have decided on a treatment that is best for you then your dentist will create a mock up or models of what your teeth will look like. Once you are happy, the teeth are prepared and in a different appointment the veneers are fitted. The whole process takes a week or two and the results will absolutely amaze you. I cannot tell you how happy our veneers patients are. It’s a big investment but they’re still one of the best ways to create a beautiful, long lasting smile.
To find out how much your Veneers will cost you’ll need to come in for a consultation. So the numbers below are just a guide. Some people are cynical and think that dentists will always try to overcharge for veneers. Or that we want you to come in so that we can sell you things you don’t need. This is simply not the case. You want great veneers that are beautiful and natural looking and it’s a fact that there are literally hundreds of combinations of treatments that can get you those results. There are dozens of different types of veneers and patients will need anywhere from 1 to 15 putting in their mouths! Then there’s the underlying health of your mouth to think of and whether you need any additional work doing that might cost more or less. Are we placing new veneers or replacing old ones? Are you having composite or porcelain? EMAX or Renamel? When you put all these factors together, guessing what this procedure is going to cost before your consultation becomes difficult.
If you want a detailed treatment plan then you’ll have to come along and see our talented cosmetic dentists who will produce a treatment plan that you can afford and in line with your expectations. We often tell patients that getting veneers is like buying a car. You can get a car for £900 or you can get one for £50,000 – and how much you pay is up to you.
Here at Smileworks all of our dental treatments are available on finance so you can spread the costs over time in a manner that fits your lifestyle. We have dental finance for 12 month to five year repayment periods and you can get 0% or interest bearing depending on your credit score. Take a look below for a menu of some typical veneer prices but please don’t come in and demand we honour them for your particular case. This will just make us have to explain what we’ve just explained all over again. For all the detailed information about veneers costs take a look at our article below:
Or you can check our patient finance calculator to calculate your monthly repayments: