Dental Veeners in Enfield: Improve your teeth's overall appearance
Learn More About Dental Veneers
Unsightly broken teeth can affect their appearance and strength. Dental veneers are a cost-effective and natural-looking solution to fix cracked teeth. If you are looking for a provider of porcelain veneers in Enfield, Cuffley Village Dental Practice is your trusted partner. Learn more about the treatment to see if it is the right solution for you.
What is a dental veneer?
A veneer is a thin layer of material placed over a tooth, usually to improve its appearance or to strengthen the tooth and protect its surface from damage.
How do I know dental veneers are right for me?
Dental veneers are a great solution to concealing unsightly gaps, discoloured or damaged teeth. Our cosmetic dentistry patients walk away with natural looking, beautiful smiles.
Does it hurt to get dental veneers?
Because the dentists
How long does it take to get veneers?
Getting veneers takes less than a day. So whether you've had to travel to get to us, or if you're living in Cuffley, you can get the procedure done and go home the same day.
Will my teeth feel different after I get veneers?
If you've had a filling before, you'll know your mouth feels a bit different as your tongue adjusts to the new tooth surface. However, you normally get used to the new feeling in only a few days. You'll have a similar experience with veneers--with the added bonus of having a brand new smile to show off!
Are there certain foods I won’t be able to eat with dental veneers?
Permanent veneers will last up to 30 years if looked after well. With quality dental veneers you should be able to enjoy most, if not all of the foods you usually do. However, the same advice we give our clients on caring for their teeth in general applies to veneers specifically: don't use your teeth as tools to open packets, don't chew and break ice with your teeth and try to avoid eating really hard candy.
Looking after your dental health is an investment. We have special dental payment plans to help you spread the cost of your dental treatments.