What are Emax porcelain veneers?
Porcelain Dental Veneers are very thin tooth-coloured porcelain slithers/shells which are applied to the front surface of your existing teeth. Veneers can improve the position, shape and colour of your teeth, improving the overall cosmetic appearance and restoring self-confidence.
Emax porcelain veneers procedure
Emax Dental Veneers are very thin, light shells made from cermaic crafted from lithium disilicate, which has a translucent appearance
which combined with the selected shade provides a close match to natural teeth.
Each Emax veneer is individually crafted and you will be able to select the shade of veneer that is just right for you.
The ultra-thin Emax Veneer means that very little of your original teeth needs to be prepared, with only around 1 mm of natural tooth
surface removed before Emax veneers are fixed into place. The combination of the thin durable dental veneer and your original tooth gives a long lasting natural looking smile makeover.
Emax porcelain veneers procedure
Our beautiful veneers are made from porcelain, which is a physically strong and visually attractive material.
There is very little preparation that needs to be performed on the tooth before the veneer is affixed to it, and a proven strong adhesive is used to give you peace of mind that it is firmly in place.
You can pick the specific shade of veneer that is just right for you to be confident that the restoration fits naturally into the rest of your smile. If you have a small gap that means orthodontic treatment is not possible, then a porcelain veneer can often be used to correct the issue.
What to expect from Emax porcelain veneers?
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Chris is a member of the British Dental Association and the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and a Dental Phobia Certified dentist.
He is very caring and has a great talent for putting patients at ease during consultations and treatment in the chair.
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George is an award winning member of the British Dental Association and the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. In 2008 he was shortlisted by Dentistry Magazine for Best Young Dentist and in 2007 he won Dentistry Magazine’s Best Dental Team award.
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