Get a celebrity-worthy smile that doesn’t damage the integrity of your existing teeth with composite veneers that last up to a decade.
The cheap veneer option
Composite veneers involve no preparation whatsoever.
If you’ve been Googling veneers, there’s no doubt you’ve come across Turkey Teeth or videos where patients have had to have their teeth filed down to stubs.
But don’t fret. That’s not the way our cosmetic dentists operate.
At Gentle Dental, we only offer thin, minimally-invasive, natural-looking veneer options that help patients target problems like chipped, uneven, worn, discoloured, and even broken teeth.
Composite veneers are also perfect for patients who are unhappy with teeth that are not straight or suffer from large gaps between teeth.
With the emergence of composite veneers, our talented dental artists can directly sculpt the perfect tooth on top of your existing smile, or if the tooth is chipped, we can use composite veneers to rebuild the tooth or even change its shape.
Paying for composite veneers
A single composite veneer at our East Molesey practice costs £300 – an incredible rate for making over your smile with veneers.
However, if you want to use composite veneers for more than just one tooth, we’ve broken down the most common options for you:
Gentle Dental offers 0% finance on treatments costing upwards of £250 over 12 months.
Longer terms extending up to 60 months have an additional interest of 14.9% APR, which means you can get a full smile of composite veneers for only £83.71pm without even placing a deposit.
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Skilled veneer dentists in Surrey
Our cosmetic clinic is home to some of the best, reputable cosmetic dentists in the county – and as they sculpt composite veneers for just £300 per tooth, you don’t have to be a big shot to get the smile you deserve.
In fact, many of our patients in Surrey who opt for composite veneers are regular people, just like you, who just happen to feel a little self-conscious about the balance of their smile.
We’ll give you one more reason to smile
Our veneer dentists have more than ten years of experience behind them and are recognised and registered with all the official dental bodies (CQC, GDC, BACD and the BDA).
So, if you’re trying to find a dentist you can trust to craft miraculous transformations with your smile, you’ve landed exactly where you need to be.
Together, we can design a lasting smile and work to deliver a final result you can’t wait to show off.
The best bits about composite veneers you shouldn’t ignore
Composite veneers require no drilling, and no injects and can transform your entire smile in just one appointment, with no need to wait or come back.
The procedure is simple when carried out by an experienced cosmetic dentist like ourselves, who has an eye for design and great attention to detail.
To fit your smile with composite veneers, we will need to apply a thin layer of composite resin over the tooth or teeth you want to makeover.
Had composite bonding before? Well, composite veneers are very similar.
Composite veneers are so great because they don’t need to cover the whole tooth, ensuring they’re not too thick or bulky.
For example, we can just apply the composite resin to the areas where we need to mask discolouration or to rebuild the tooth or repair its shape – something you wouldn’t be able to achieve with porcelain veneers.
- They are natural looking and create stunning smiles
- They can be made to blend flawlessly with neighbouring teeth
- They last up to 10 years and are a non-permanent change to your smile
- Sculpted by a dental artist on the day
- Strong and not susceptible to easy breaks – but are also easily repaired
- Anyone can have composite veneers – they can even be used to cover receding gums caused by gum disease
All the smile problems that composite veneers can help with:
- Stained, discoloured or yellow teeth
- Chipped, worn, uneven, broken or cracked teeth
- Orthodontic problems that require minor tooth straightening
- Slightly crooked teeth or to close large gaps between teeth
It’s up to you – whether you want to apply composite resin to your full smile, partially or just with one or two teeth.
Sometimes, you might just want to fix one problem tooth – and that’s OK. We’re not here to upsell you. If you’re happy with your smile and it works wells, so are we.