3 October 2019

Dublin Dental Veneers

Thanks to dental veneers we are able to completely transform your smile and reinvigorate the way you feel about yourself without the need to wear braces. Here at Seapoint Clinic, we provide two versions of veneer - porcelain and composite - both help improve the shape, size and colour of your teeth. So, what are the main difference between the two?

Porcelain Veneers

Our porcelain veneers are handcrafted by skilled cosmetic technicians in Da Vinci Studios, California. These veneers are used when you are looking to make a significant change to your smile. Made using a very fine layer of tooth-coloured porcelain, these veneers are bonded over your natural teeth to both improve its aesthetics as well as protect the surface beneath.

Before we place your veneers, we will schedule a smile simulation in our in-clinic Digital Smile Design studio. By doing so, we can actually show you how your final veneers will look before treatment even begins. This allows you to make any alterations and discuss any issues you may have with your cosmetic dentist. Your approved simulation is then converted into porcelain and bonded over your natural teeth. It really is that straightforward!

I'm so happy with my new smile. The whole process was so much quicker than I thought.

Maria Ni Dhomnaill, Donegal

Da Vinci Veneers

Composite Veneers

Composite veneers, otherwise known as Instant Veneers, are a revolution in modern cosmetic dentistry. It gives you incredible results without the need to prepare your natural teeth, unlike porcelain veneers. Made using a composite material, Instant Veneers are layered onto your natural teeth into your desired shape, size and colour. You can then leave the clinic in as little as one hour with a brand new smile! All that's needed beforehand is an initial consultation.

The Next Step...

If you're considering veneers and unsure of which option would suit your specific needs, why not contact a member of our customer service team to arrange your consultation. 

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