• This material is great as a minimally invasive way of improving the aesthetics and function of worn teeth. It can often be done with minimal or no tooth preparation and can be repaired easily.
  • It can be done in 1 visit and often with no need for any anaesthetic.
  • In some cases, it is used as an intermediate treatment option with a view to progressing to a longer lasting material in future, such as ceramic.
  • This case shows the huge difference a set of composite veneers can make to a patient’s smile and confidence by replacing the worn edges:
  • This patient had discoloured and worn teeth. The composite veneers have given him a stronger and more aesthetic smile.  In future, further work could be done to improve the strength and aesthetics even further by using ceramic: