Expert Dental Care with a Harvard-trained Prosthodontic Dentist. [X]

Cosmetic Treatments

Make an enquiry.


A dental veneer is a thin layer of synthetic material (porcelain or composite) that is bonded to the tooth’s surface, offering an excellent alternative to otherwise painful dental procedures to improve the appearance of your smile.

Veneers can address common orthodontic problems, such as:

  • Spaces between the teeth
  • Broken or chipped teeth
  • Permanently stained or discoloured teeth
  • Crooked or misshapen teeth

Veneers are often referred to 'instant orthodontics', as a substantial aesthetic effect can be obtained with minimal tooth preparation.

Applying Veneers

Veneers are applied to the teeth over the course of two visits:

  • Visit 1 - Veneer Preparation - The teeth are prepared by removing 0.3 to 0.5 mm of enamel (the thickness of a fingernail) to allow room for the veneer layer. An impression of the teeth is taken, and sent to the specialised dental laboratory that will create the veneers.
  • Visit 2 - Veneer Bonding -: Bonding involves all the steps that attach the veneer to the tooth permanently. After cleaning of the tooth, the dentist bonds the veneer to the tooth with a special dental cement. This cement is then hardened with a blue curing light.

To learn how dental veneers could improve your smile, please contact us.


More Men Pursuing Cosmetic Surgery

The dawn of the well groomed, 21st century man has been accompanied by a tremendous increase in products and services designed to help men enhance...



See what our customers have to say: