Porcelain Veneers in Essex

A simple way for a beautiful smile

Without the need for invasive surgery, porcelain veneers can enhance the aesthetics of your teeth.

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What are porcelain veneers?

Porcelain veneers are thin shells that fit over your natural teeth. These thin shells can be used to improve your smile, alter your teeth’s shape, close gaps between them, or conceal any misalignments.

Take a simple step for the biggest differences with porcelain veneers

Improved Appearance

Providing a natural-looking appearance, porcelain veneers can correct chips, cracks, gaps, and discoloured or misshaped teeth.


A painless treatment, veneers provide a comfortable experience without invasive procedures.

Simple & Fast

You can enhance your teeth’s appearance quickly and effectively with veneers when time is of the essence.

Low Maintenance

It is simple to maintain your new veneers. Just as you would take care of natural teeth, you can do the same with your new veneers.

Long Lasting

As long as they are properly cared for, veneers can last for many years. They are strong, durable, and resistant to staining.

Made Especially For You

Make an appointment today to get the veneers that will complete your smile. They are made from your mouth’s mould to look completely natural and complete.

Your Veneers Journey


Smile Trial / Smile Design

Preparation, Moulds/Scans & Temporary Veneers

Fit Your New Porcelain Veneers

Frequently Asked Questions

A smile trial can also be done by your dentist so you can see how your new smile/teeth will look. Once your dentist has designed your porcelain veneers, it will be delivered to your dentist.

Natural teeth may only need a very small amount or no reduction at all thanks to technological advancements and the world’s best dental technicians.

The process of straightening your teeth with braces or Invisalign is not always necessary prior to getting veneers, since veneers can help skip this step. Straightening your teeth first will help limit the amount of tooth reduction needed.

There may be no need for anaesthesia in cases that require minimal preparation of your teeth, or there may be a very minimal preparation, in which case numbing may be required for some comfort.