Veneers Cheshire

Affordable Veneers at Cheshire Dental Clinic | Enquire for Veneer Prices, Cost and our Finance options.

It’s always easier to smile when you’re confident the teeth you’re showing off look great. Most of us have something we wish we could improve about our smile. For some, it’s the wish their teeth are a little whiter, for others, the wish they were shaped better, and most of us wish they just looked nicer in general. Now, thanks to veneers, you can have the smile you always wanted.

An Immediate Improvement

Veneers make an immediate improvement on the quality of your smile. Fitted over the surface of your front teeth, they cover any wear and tear that your teeth may have sustained throughout their lifetime as well as hiding any discolouration caused by eating, drinking or smoking. Veneers give your teeth a second lease on life, making them look better and you feel better about showing them off.

No longer will you have to smile with your mouth close or feel uncomfortable when others see your teeth. Now you can smile with pride, knowing that your teeth are beautifully shaped and sparkling white.

A Comfortable Fit

The process itself is very simple. A thin layer of either porcelain or a composite resin is custom fitted to your front teeth. This mould is then bonded to the front of your teeth in a way that makes it hard to tell where your teeth end and the veneers begin. The fit is designed to be completely comfortable and secure, you won’t even know they’re there.

If you have any questions about our affordable veneers, please feel free to pop into the Cheshire Dental Centre, where your dentist can provide you with all the information you need about veneers. We’re happy to answer any questions you may have about taking your first steps towards a brighter, more confident smile.

Veneer Finance Available on treatments over £600.00 - please ask a member of staff for details, call us on 01270 256426


Covid-19 and your care

We have now received clear guidance as to what dental procedures we can safely carry out and at what stages during the pandemic.

Below is a summary of the guidance as we understand it, although this may modify over the next few days as some small inconsistencies are clarified.

The government has set five different risk levels for the pandemic 1-5 (low to high), although this changes on a daily basis.

The treatments that we can carry out safely in dental practice will change with the risk level.

Treatments are significantly limited at level 4.

During the next few weeks, we will attempt to contact each patient that has contacted us with a significant dental problem during lockdown, and we hope to book an assessment appointment for those patients in the week commencing 8th June.

Practice doors will be locked at level 3, 4 and 5. Entry to the practice will be limited to pre-booked appointments.

There will be very clear criteria provided in due course as what is required before arriving at the practice, and what the procedure will be upon arrival. We will endeavour to ensure that each person knows exactly what to expect at their visit as this will be quite different to what you have been used to.

The appointment diary will be structured to take into consideration those patients who are shielding, may have underlying medical issues and so on.

The first week is expected to be a slow start as we ensure that the new protocols are working effectively for everyone’s safety. These protocols will be audited and modified until required.

At level 4 we should be able to carry out the following:

Dental assessment (initially restricted to patients who have current urgent need, or did and contacted us during lockdown).

X rays but only for patients who tolerate them well.

TEMPORARY re cementation of crowns. (We cannot dry the tooth effectively enough to cement a crown permanently with the restrictions we face).

Fabrication or repair of removable dentures.

Simple dental extractions. If a tooth breaks, it is probable we will have to leave the roots in place until we are at a lower level of risk. Naturally, we will assess the risk very carefully prior to treatment.

Tightening of loose dental implants if possible, without using a high-speed handpiece (drill).

Temporary fillings.

Draining of a swelling/abscess.

Provision of antibiotics.

Trimming of sharp orthodontic wires (not reliable re cementation of loose brackets, or replacement of missing brackets).

Treatment is only to be offered after careful assessment.

Cosmetic orthodontics

Cheshire Dental Centre provide many of these treatments. We may now be able to progress some of our Quick Straight Teeth cases. We will be in touch with each patient shortly, but please allow us to contact you; we hope that it is understandable that we will be prioritising patients with urgent dental need.

The PPE (personal protective equipment) requirements for the above are not too onerous, and we will not look too different to normal. As you are aware, the cross-infection control at Cheshire Dental Centre has always been exemplary and one of our top priorities.

Although we have been organised with the new PPE guidelines well in advance there may be the occasional time where we are awaiting stock. All practices are attempting to source the necessary PPE we need to keep you and us safe, but supplies are scarce and consequently very expensive.