Composite Veneers Gallery 1
The patient below was concerned with the appearance of her front incisor. She did not want the tooth shaved down for a conventional porcelain veneer. So we restored her tooth with a no tooth drill composite Veneer.
Composite veneers can be done in one visit and can be easily repaired and modified and are cheaper than porcelain veneers.
The patient below presented with two missing upper incisors. She wanted the gaps closed between her upper front teeth. We used composite veneers to reshape the front teeth and closed the gaps.
The patient below was concerned with the appearance of their upper front teeth. So we carried out teeth whitening and restored the upper front teeth with composite Veneers.
The patient below was unhappy with the gaps between his upper teeth, We resolved the issue with three composite veneers.
The patient below wanted the shade of her discoloured incisor improved and the gap between her front teeth reduced. We achieved this with four composite veneers in one visit.
The patient below was not happy with the spacing between her front teeth for many years and wanted to have the gaps closed. It was explained to her that full closure of the central front gap without orthodontic treatment would result in very wide out of place central teeth. It was decided to consider composite veneers at this stage and to improve the smile by reducing the gaps as much as possible. We placed four Composite Veneers on her upper front four teeth. Good aesthetic result was achieved and the patient was very happy with the outcome. She may have had even better results if she had considered porcelain veneers at a higher cost.
The patient below presented with a broken upper front tooth. We repaired the edge of this tooth with a composite buildup.
The patient below was unhappy with the gaps between her upper and lower teeth. We closed these gaps with Composite bonding.