Dental veneers are becoming more popular than ever before for improving the look of the front surface of your teeth, as they are durable, resistant to stains, and possess natural shades and translucency. Dental veneers are perfect for teeth that are heavily discoloured, irregular in size, shape or length, chipped, or broken. They can also be a great protection for weak or fractured teeth. We offer composite veneers and porcelain veneers. We make sure that the materials we use are of the highest quality available for both porcelain and composite veneers.

Composite veneers are usually for correcting small irregularities such as a small chip, crack, or discolouring of 1 or 2 teeth due to root canal treatment. The great thing about composite veneers is it requires only one visit.

Porcelain veneers usually require more preparation and customisation, and therefore need at least 2 visits to complete your natural look. At your first visit, we talk about the results you are after, remove a very thin layer of enamel where new porcelain will be placed, and take an impression of your teeth. At your second visit, the customised thin veneers are adjusted for comfort before bonding onto your teeth.


Dental veneers are a great way of removing any imperfections in the appearance of your smile. They help to treat the following issues:


  • Misshapen teeth
  • A gummy smile
  • Discoloured or stained teeth
  • Gaps in the teeth
  • Damaged or chipped teeth

Not only will this treatment deal with these issues and give you a renewed confidence in the appearance of your teeth, it can also help to improve your dental health. This is due to the fact that misshapen or crooked teeth can be difficult to clean, and so a veneer can help to improve your brushing routine. Good-looking teeth are always healthy teeth too!

Looking to remove the imperfections which are keeping you from a perfect smile? Contact our team at Blackburn Clinic Dental Centre today!

Dental treatments carry risks. Before proceeding, you should seek an opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.