Veneers & Bondable Ceramics

The advent of high-strength dental ceramics allows us to restore the full beauty of damaged teeth with materials that mimic natural tooth enamel closer than ever before.

The additional advantage of these materials is that they can be etched and bonded to the surface of the teeth, virtually restoring its full original strength and becoming a highly versatile replacement for lost or damaged tooth structure.

Veneers can be used to improve the appearance of discoloured or worn front teeth. They are also required to improve the guidance of the bite to protect back teeth from wear when the front teeth have been worn or damaged.

Bondable ceramics (we prefer Ivoclar Vivadent IPS e.max) are currently the most conservative way of restoring the tooth back to its original form, beauty and function when the tooth has undergone too much damage to be restorable with tooth coloured composite filling materials alone.

For single front teeth, where matching of the porcelain to the adjacent natural teeth must be to a high standard, my technician Andrea Tropea has his laboratory on site at LCIAD for one-to one communication. Andrea has14 years of experience in London's West End providing his technical expertise and artistic eye to some of the UK's most demanding clients.



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