Porcelain Veneers at The courtyard clinic
Transform your smile with natural looking, ultra-thin, state of the art veneers. We will aim to preserve as much natural tooth tissue as possible with minimal preparations.
Why Have Porcelain Veneers?
What Is Involved?
Types of Veneers We Offer
The Courtyard Clinic offers the top variety of veneers. Veneers can be made with different materials, providing different benefits, our expertise allows us to tailor the right design and material type for you.
Handcrafted by our carefully selected dental laboratories, ultra-thin porcelain veneers offer a natural look.
Ultra-thin (approx. 0.2 mm) custom-made shells that are translucent, making them look very close to the appearance of natural tooth enamel.
Zirconia is porcelain that contains around 90% zirconium oxide forming one of the strongest and most durable veneers on the market. These can be used where strength is of high importance.
No prep veneers
Some teeth are naturally worn down or thin enough to allow no prep porcelain veneers (no shaving of the tooth at all!). In this case no anaesthetic is required, and a simple impression can be taken.
Why our veneer process is different
Each veneer is hand-made and sculpted to perfection. Detailing is paramount: translucency, shape, size, texture, gloss, colour, tailored to suit your bone structure and style.
From start to finish your journey is tailored to you. You are fully informed and we only do the final unit placement when we are all content with the outcome.
Our technicians have many years of experience and can provide patients with natural looking results where the veneers mimic the anatomy of the tooth, the bite is also made to feel normal.
Our lab technician makes ultra-thin veneers which when bonded on the tooth looks like a natural tooth and does not have a “bulky”, artificial appearance.
Why choose us?
We have been placing cosmetic porcelain veneers at the clinic for many years with a top rated reputation for this treatment throughout Surrey and London.
What is the difference between composite veneers and porcelain veneers?
Porcelain veneers roughly last x3 times longer than composite veneers, meaning they are a bigger commitment but are convenient.
Composite veneers make teeth slightly thicker, whilst porcelain veneers fit into the teeth.
Composite veneers need more maintenance.
Composite veneers are placed in x1 sitting vs porcelain veneers in x2 sittings.
Composite veneers are removable, porcelain veneers would need to be replaced.
Composites you can be more selective with i.e., just use the material to fill in gaps or add to the edges of the teeth to create a beautiful silhouette to the tooth.
Composite is weaker than porcelain.
Composite is easier to fix if problems arise.
Composite veneers are cheaper than porcelain veneers.