A perfect smile without the preparation! Restore confidence and self-esteem with Future Veneers in Leicester
Imperfections with your teeth, no matter how small, can lessen the impact of a beautiful smile. Advances in cosmetic dentistry now allow for improvements in both the functional and aesthetic aspects of a smile without the need to alter or remove existing tooth structure. The ultra-thin porcelain veneers pioneered by Future Veneers offer a completely fresh attitude towards enhancing your smile and confidence with minimal fuss in just two appointments. Once fitted, there is no discomfort or sensitivity, leaving you with a natural feel and look, and as no tooth structure is altered, the long term, natural health and strength of the teeth are maintained.
Natural appearance in your smile
Future Veneers provide beautiful results that are very natural in appearance. The veneers are created to resemble the exact appearance of a patient’s natural teeth. No one need discover that you have had cosmetic treatment.
Tooth structure remains intact
Compared to the traditional dental veneers procedure which necessitates the removal of previous tooth structure, Future Veneers ensure that healthy tooth structure is preserved. The ultra-thin veneers can easily be placed over existing teeth without damage to existing enamel.
Since Future Veneers can be attached directly over affected teeth without requiring any prior preparation or removal of tooth structure, the entire treatment can be performed with no pain or discomfort to the patient.
The cosmetic dentistry improvements brought by Future Veneers are completely reversible, so any alterations that may be required after the treatment can be carried out without much difficulty – for both dentist and patient.
A visit at Future Veneers is going to simple and straightforward. After being received at the reception and being prepped for the procedure, once you’re in the dentist’s chair, a local anaesthetic will be applied if required. Sometimes, this might depend on the patient’s preference, sensitivity to pain or the extent of the procedure that needs to be done.
The next step will be to take an impression of the tooth for the laboratory after which a temporary veneer will be placed on the tooth. The temporary veneer will have spot etches at the centre of the tooth but away from the margins.
The lab will then deliver the porcelain veneer to the dentist and the temporary veneer will be removed. The affected teeth will be cleaned with water and pumice and then the veneer will be etched and then rinsed with water and air-dried.
To attach the veneer to the tooth structure, we will then need to light cure the veneer for about 60 seconds. The dentist will then remove any excess material and polish the margins of the veneer to make sure you have the best results.
With these simple steps, you will be able to get back your impressive smile with minimal surgical procedure and downtime.