dental veneers before and after

Dental Veneers Before and After – Case Study

dental veneers before and after

The picture above shows a before and after pic of Lynn’s smile makeover. Our case study focuses on Lynn’s smile makeover

Worn Down Teeth

Lynn’s teeth had worn down over the years causing them to fracture very badly and break. She was struggling to chew and felt very self-conscious about her teeth.

When Dr Roy Richard-Huson analysed her teeth he saw that her bite had over closed which gave her the appearance of having no teeth when she smiled.

Treatment Plan included Braces, Dental Crowns/Veneers

Her treatment plan included braces, crowns and veneers to perfect her smile. Lynn’s bite was opened using orthodontics (Braces). This moved her teeth into a better position. Crowns and Veneers were placed to improve the function and aesthetics of her smile.

Dental veneers are thin porcelain shells placed over the teeth to get rid of stains, crooked, misaligned teeth or a gummy smile. It had also improved her lip and cheek support (to stop them from sagging). This killed two birds with one stone as it decreased the wrinkles around Lynn’s lip area.

She was given temporary dental crowns to test the new positions and function of her teeth. This was also to give her a chance to approve the new look before the final ones were made.

Lynn is amazed by her new smile. Her confidence is at an all time high. Click here to see Lynn talk more about her smile makeover.

Dr Huson has placed in excess 2000 veneers – all with excellent results. He has worked under celebrity dentist Dr Joe Oliver in the Harley Street region of London. You are guaranteed work that is of the highest quality and we offer a money-back guarantee.

Prices start from R5500 for dental veneers and can go up to R9500. Price depends on the number of dental veneers that you want and the manufacturer that you choose. We only use manufacturers that are world renowned so that it looks natural and lasts a long time.  All are made of porcelain and  should last a lifetime should you brush your teeth twice a day.

Call us now or click here to learn more about Cosmetic Dentistry.

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