The expected lifetime of a porcelain veneer is somewhere between 7 – 20 years. Veneers sometimes come off or chip but, if this happens, they can be repaired or replaced. Also, over time, the living tooth and surrounding gum tissue will undergo changes that may require alterations to your veneers.
Yes, this is done by a special colour-match procedure so that the colour matches exactly and the veneer looks like it’s always been part of your mouth.
If you want whiter teeth, we recommend whitening them first, then having the veneer made to match the new shade.
Yes! Remember, veneers are just a ‘front’ for your natural teeth, so you still have to maintain excellent oral hygiene to keep your teeth from decay.
”"Choosing veneers meant I could design my new smile. I am so pleased with the results and finally have the dream smile I have always wanted."