Veneers and Laminates

At Facethetics Skin Clinic, we recognize the value of a self-assured grin and the positive effects it may have on your appearance and self-worth. For this reason, we’re happy to provide veneers and laminates, cutting-edge cosmetic dentistry procedures that can improve and change the look of your teeth. For those seeking to address discolouration, enhance the size and shape of their teeth, or create a more balanced and attractive smile, veneers and laminates provide a durable, safe, and customized option.

What are Veneers and Laminates?

Veneers and laminates are thin, custom-made shells that are bonded to the front surface of the teeth to improve their appearance. While both veneers and laminates serve a similar purpose, there are some differences between the two:

  • Veneers: Veneers are crafted to precisely mimic the size, shape, and color of your original teeth using porcelain or composite resin. They provide a long-lasting solution for improving the appearance of your smile because they are incredibly resilient and stain-resistant.
  • Laminates: Laminates, also known as no-prep veneers, are ultra-thin shells of porcelain that require minimal preparation of the natural tooth structure. Laminates offer a conservative option for improving the appearance of the teeth with minimal alteration to the underlying tooth enamel.

A brighter, more symmetrical, and aesthetically beautiful smile can be yours with veneers or laminates. Veneers and laminates can be used to treat a range of cosmetic dental concerns, such as discoloration, chipping, cracking, gaps between teeth, and uneven or malformed teeth.


The veneers and laminates procedure at Facethetics Skin Clinic typically involves the following steps:

1. Consultation: You will speak with one of our skilled cosmetic dentists about your smile objectives, worries, and anticipated course of treatment prior to the procedure. After evaluating your oral health, we’ll decide if veneers or laminates are the best choice for you.

2. Treatment Planning: To accomplish the desired smile change, our cosmetic dentist will build a personalized treatment plan based on your unique needs and preferences. For the purpose of designing and creating your personalized veneers or laminates, this may entail taking impressions or digital scans of your teeth.

3. Preparation:To allow for the thickness of the veneers, it might be necessary to remove a tiny portion of enamel from the front of your teeth if you’re getting traditional veneers. Laminates are a more conservative option since they require less tooth structure preparation.

4. Impressions: Following the preparation of the teeth, impressions or digital scans are obtained in order to build precisely customized veneers or laminates that match your teeth.

5. Placement: The veneers or laminates are meticulously attached to the front surface of the teeth using a dental adhesive during the last appointment. Before placing the veneers or laminates in place permanently, our cosmetic dentist will check for correct fit, color, and alignment.

6. Finishing Touches:Any changes required to guarantee a comfortable bite and a natural-looking outcome are done after the veneers or laminates are attached to the teeth. Once the teeth are glossy and smooth, any last modifications can be done to get the desired aesthetic result.


  • Improved Smile Aesthetics: Veneers and laminates can enhance the appearance of your smile by correcting various cosmetic imperfections, such as discoloration, chips, cracks, gaps, and misalignments.
  • Natural-Looking Results: Veneers and laminates are custom-designed to match the shape, size, and color of your natural teeth, providing seamless integration and a natural-looking result.
  • Durable and Long-Lasting: Veneers and laminates are made of high-quality materials that are durable, stain-resistant, and long-lasting, providing you with a beautiful smile for years to come.
  • Conservative Treatment: Laminates offer a conservative option for smile enhancement, as they require minimal preparation of the natural tooth structure, preserving the integrity of the teeth.

Side Effects

While veneers and laminates are generally safe, some potential side effects may occur, including:

  • Sensitivity: Some patients may experience temporary tooth sensitivity or discomfort after the placement of veneers or laminates, but this usually subsides within a few days.
  • Gum Irritation: In some cases, the placement of veneers or laminates may cause minor gum irritation or inflammation, but this can usually be managed with proper oral hygiene practices.


To ensure the longevity and success of your veneers or laminates, it’s important to follow these aftercare guidelines:

  • Maintain Good Oral Hygiene: Brush and floss your teeth regularly and visit your dentist for routine check-ups and cleanings to maintain the health and integrity of your veneers or laminates.
  • Avoid Staining Foods and Beverages: Limit your consumption of foods and beverages that may stain your teeth, such as coffee, tea, red wine, and dark-colored sauces, to preserve the appearance of your veneers or laminates.
  • Wear a Mouthguard: If you grind or clench your teeth at night, wearing a custom-fitted mouthguard can help protect your veneers or laminates from damage.