Society today focuses a lot on appearances. We as people get heavily influenced by what others are doing. In a world where social media effectively controls our day-to-day lives and is used as a platform by many, it is no surprise that people watch what others are doing and choose to imitate them or follow them in their actions and deeds. Advice is often sought for appearance which might seem strange considering appearance is such a subjective thing. However, it has become increasingly common for people to be more concerned with whether their appearance is considered socially acceptable and on-trend.
One of the main things that people are insecure about is the appearance of their teeth. It is very common to find that people have some form of tooth-related issue. A lot of the time, people are concerned with the way their teeth look and therefore opt to have dental work done to correct this.
What kind of dental work do people go for?
Corrective dentistry or cosmetic dentistry is becoming the most popular form of dental work that patients tend to opt for. A number of different procedures come under corrective/cosmetic dentistry, including dental whitening, fillings, implants and veneers.
What are veneers?
Veneers in Tunbridge Wells are a form of thin moulding that gets attached to the surface of the tooth with the aim of covering and hiding misshapen, chipped, discoloured or crooked teeth. Essentially, veneers in Tunbridge Wells are a good way of hiding any cosmetic issues that the patient would not feel comfortable or confident presenting to the world.
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What are veneers made of?
There are two different materials that dentists can opt for when offering patients veneers: porcelain veneers or composite veneers in Tunbridge Wells that are made of resin. Which material is used depends on what the dentist recommends, and this can differ from patient to patient. It is important to note that veneers will be custom-made to ensure that they fit the patient. Our dentist will take moulds of the patient’s mouth and teeth to ensure that the veneers are as natural looking as possible.
What is the cost of veneers?
The cost of veneers varies depending on the quantity required and also the material used. Composite veneers can range from £150–£400 for a single tooth whereas porcelain veneers are slightly more expensive and can cost anything between £500-£1000. Make sure that you speak to our reception team to discuss payment plans and options if that is what you are looking for or require. Our friendly staff are more than happy to assist you.