Dental veneers, also known as porcelain veneers, are a specially made laminate. The laminates are custom made and are tooth coloured. They are used to cover the surface of a person’s natural tooth. This will, therefore, improve the appearance of a person’s smile. Some people have veneers to quickly change the look of their teeth. Others may use them to cover up stains, chips or breaks. Veneers can change the colour, the shape, the size or the length of the teeth. They can also make the teeth look straighter or cover over gaps.
Veneers are available in different materials and with different thicknesses and qualities. Composite veneers can be made and completed on the same day. This veneer is made up of a composite material, due to this it is generally not as strong as porcelain. Porcelain veneers are made of hardened ceramic. Porcelain veneers come in high strengths and also highly aesthetic versions. Lumineers are a porcelain veneer that is extremely thin, as are durathin veneers. Emax veneers are incredibly strong and MAC veneers are very pleasing to the eye. Whatever a person’s veneer aspirations are Pearl Dental Clinic will have an option to suit everyone.
Once a patient has decided on a veneer that suits their needs then Pearl Dental Clinic can offer a 0% dental finance option for any treatment over six hundred pounds. The scheme allows the patient to pay for their cosmetic, general or dental implant treatment in regular and affordable monthly installments. Because there is no interest on the finance, patients will never pay more than the cost of the treatment.
Eligibility for finance depends on the following criteria:
If a patient does not meet the above criteria then another person, such as a family member, may apply for the finance on the patient’s behalf.
If you would like further information on our range of dental veneers, our finance package, or on any other dental inquiry please give us a call. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff would love to hear from you. You can contact us by any of the following methods: