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Nov 2021
22nd
 

Case of the Month September 2021- E Max Veneers

Our case of the month for September 2021 was a simply stunning one using ultra minimally invasive E max veneers. Our client disliked her front teeth composite bonding which had discoloured, worn and chipped over time. Although teeth bonding is a superb treatment, there are disadvantages compared to porcelain such as those mentioned above. Porcelain will not stain or change colour and it is far more durable than composite. However, in the past, porcelain needed considerable preparation to create space for the material which was a huge disadvantage. Today, material technology and modern techniques allow us to create beautiful veneers without having to cut teeth.

Our case highlights this, just take a look:


Minimally invasive veneers  

Before- failing composite bonding

Minimally invasive veneers after  

After- a smile transformation with E Max veneers , minimal preparation

If you are thinking of changing your smile this year and want a minimally invasive approach, please contact us. You could have the smile of your dreams in time for Christmas!

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