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What are Veneers?

Veneers are thin shells, also called dental laminates, that are used to cover unsightly teeth and give patients attractive smiles. They are easy to place and can quickly improve the smile of patients with dental cracks and stains, and for patients who have gaps between their teeth.

What is the difference between Veneers and Dental Crowns?

Veneers cover only the front portion of teeth. Crowns cover or replace the entire tooth. Crowns are therefore thicker than veneers. A major portion of the tooth needs to be reduced before placing a crown while only a small portion of the tooth needs to be reduced before placing a veneer. A crown is used for covering damaged teeth and is also placed over a dental implant. A veneer is only used for cosmetic purposes.

What are the best types of Veneers?

The best type of veneer depends on the needs of each individual patient. Some veneers can be easily placed without much tooth preparation. Some veneers are suitable for severely damaged teeth. Some veneers can be easily made in the clinic and patients do not have to wait long for their placement. Some veneers are cheaper than others and are suitable for patients looking for a low cost option.  Your dentist should discuss the options with you so you can make the best choice.

How long before you can eat after getting Veneers?

Dentists recommend that patients eat only soft foods after veneers are placed, and for the first few days, until they get used to them. Veneers are normally bonded firmly to teeth and patients can eat any type of food.

What are Veneers made from?

Veneers are made from ceramic, composite resins or zirconium.

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Tracey Bell Dental Douglas

Kensington Road, Douglas, IM1 3PE
The specialty of this group of clinics is quality non surgical medical aesthetics and dental services. The clinics are located at Hanover Street in Liverpool, Merseyside in Liverpool and at in both Douglas and Ramsey on the Isle of Man. The sole aim of the teams at all of the clinics is to improve the appearance of patients by making them look younger and improving their smiles. The clinics use state of the art techniques and technology to offer the best available services to patients. Services offered at the clinic include a full range of dental services including cosmetic dentistry, facial injectables, laser based skin treatments and beauty treatments.
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2 other locations in Isle of Man for Tracey Bell Dental.

Tracey Bell Dental - Castletown

12 Malew Street, Castletown

Tracey Bell Dental - Ramsey

3 West Quay, Ramsey
3.5 / 5  Good
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Abbey Dental

0203 322 9884 ext: 66645 4 Silverburn Drive, Ballasalla, IM9 2DR
Rating from 2 Reviews Would recommendKeith, Douglas, 13 Oct 13

I went as a new patient. I had not been to a dentist for a few years and new I needed work done. They were very good, explained everything, were helpful and not expensive. I didn't like going to the dentists, but I now am happy to go. Tim and the rest of the staff are great. Everything now fixed. Would recommend. I have no idea about price comparison, but prices seemed fine compared to NHS - bearing in mind a higher quality of treatment.

Veneers From £450
Minimally invasive cosmetic restoration of the front surface of the crown of a tooth.
4.1 / 5  Excellent
from 76 users
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Port St Mary Dental Practice

0203 322 9884 ext: 28968 35 High Street, Port St Mary, IM9 5DN
Port St Mary Dental Practice is a general dental practice based south of the Island of Man. This well established facility is committed to providing high quality dentistry service to its patients since 2002. The practice has a strict policy of cross infection control and adheres to the policies laid out by General Dental Council and the British Dental Association. All members of the practice update their knowledge by attending conferences and courses. Treatments offered in this facility are CEREC, tooth whitening and veneers and crowns.
Veneers From £375
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