Veneers Liverpool

Achieve Straighter, Whiter Teeth With Veneers

We understand that crooked, chipped or discoloured teeth can negatively affect your confidence. Fortunately, Ollie & Darsh can help boost your smile with our versatile dental veneers, which will provide you with straighter, whiter teeth in just two appointments.

Dental Veneers Liverpool

Dental veneers are wafer thin porcelain laminates which can be fitted over your teeth, to dramatically improve the appearance of imperfections.  They can also be used to close gaps between the teeth where orthodontic solutions such as Invisalign and Six Month Smile are not suitable. Once fitted, veneers are indistinguishable from your natural teeth and they bite and chew just like them too.

Interested in Veneers?

Book your free consultation today and find out more!


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Applying Veneers

Veneers are suitable for almost anyone and having them applied is very straightforward.

At your first appointment, you will receive a full, thorough examination and there will be minimal shaping of the front surface of your tooth, before your veneers are hand made to precisely the right shape and shade to suit you. At your second visit to our clinic, your veneers will be bonded to your teeth, completing your new smile.

To find out more about Veneers and flexible finance arrangements, book an appointment online now, call 0151 236 6578 or email our Business Manager at

The Story Of My Smile: Veneers

What are dental veneers?

A dental veneer is a thin layer of porcelain laminate which is fitted over the surface of a tooth and provide a natural appearance and function as a normal tooth when you bite or chew.

When are dental veneers used?

Veneers can be used in a number of ways. They can be used to improve the appearance of imperfections like worn tooth enamel, uneven teeth, and discolouration, or even to close gaps between teeth.

What are dental veneers made of?

Veneers are handmade porcelain/ceramic shells which are artistically layered and created to mimic the natural form and contour of the teeth. They are typically made by a ceramist who has spent years perfecting their artistic skills

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