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What are Dental Veneers?
In basic terms, dental veneers allow you to improve the appearance of your teeth without having them capped or replaced. A veneer is a very thin shell made of porcelain that is bonded to the front teeth to make them appear straight, white and clean. It’s a popular option for celebrities or makeovers, and an excellent way to create natural looking smiles.
As well as hiding stains and discolouration’s on teeth, veneers can also help teeth that are crooked or overlapping, and can even hide tooth gaps. At Smile Concepts, we use the very highest quality veneer, providing protection from troublesome customers like coffee and tobacco. Your smile is part of who you are. It’s what makes you, you. That’s why our specialists take the time to consult with you extensively and discuss the other options to veneers such as tooth whitening, orthodontics and composite building.
For more information about dental veneers in Solihull, or to arrange a consultation with a professional dentist, contact us today.
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We care about your wellbeing and provide premium levels of service and care. We believe that high quality, comprehensive dental treatment is the best way to preserve teeth and prevent tooth loss.
Dental hygiene is at the heart of our preventative care and we believe in treating our patients using the most up to date clinical research and protocols.
We deliver the most comprehensive dental care available in the UK today, with prevention at the heart of the practice philosophy, where quality and care go hand in hand.
A person’s smile and face says a lot about a person, it is one of the first things people notice when they meet someone, and at smile concepts it is our passion if you so wish to make sure your smile is healthy and is the best it can possibly be. This is complimented by being at the forefront of non-surgical facial aesthetics.
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