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Composite Veneers in London

At Museum Dental Suites, we have a team of dentists who are in the top dentists in providing composite veneers treatment in and around London. We choose cutting-edge solution for individuals who are looking for an effective way to improve their smile. Our clinic uses the latest dental technology and equipment for comfort and convenience of patients in a relaxed environment. Composite veneers have been prepared from quality composite resin, which are then applied to correct various oral imperfections such as chips, discolorations or gaps. This minimally invasive procedure is the perfect choice for the individuals who want to achieve a natural-looking and beautiful smile. We consider personalised care and employ the latest techniques to meet aesthetic needs of patients.

Benefits of choosing composite veneers

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Quick Process

The application of these veneers can be done in a single visit. The composite material may be sculpted directly onto your teeth and cured with the help of special light. This method is quicker when compared to porcelain veneers and need several visits for preparing tooth and fitting veneers.

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Aesthetic Improvement

Composite veneers may improve your teeth appearance. They are effective in addressing various cosmetic concerns, including discolorations, gaps, chips, and misalignments. The end result will be a brighter and more aesthetically pleasing smile.

- 03

Minimally Invasive

These veneers require minimal preparation of the tooth and significant reshaping. Composite veneers can directly on the existing tooth structure. This means conservative method and less drilling to altering natural teeth.

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Composite veneers are an affordable option than other types of veneers like porcelain. This makes them an accessible choice for the ones looking to improve their smile without making financial investment.

- 05

Customise to Your Preferences

Our dentists can precisely match the color of composite veneers to your natural teeth. This ensures seamless and authentic appearance. Moreover, they can be effortlessly reshaped and polished to align with your personal preferences.

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If a composite veneer becomes damaged, it can be easily repaired. This is in contrast to porcelain veneers, which typically need to be completely replaced if damaged.

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Immediate Results

Since the procedure can be completed in a single visit, you will be able to see the results immediately. There is no need to wait for multiple appointments to enjoy your new smile.

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Less Tooth Sensitivity

Because less natural tooth is removed, patients generally experience less sensitivity after the procedure compared to other types of veneers.

Dental problems can be treated with composite veneers

Crooked or stained teeth

If teeth whitening has not been successful, then composite bonding may cover tooth discolorations, white patches, and undesirable stains.

Damaged teeth

Composite bonding is usually the most cost-effective and quickest method to repair damaged teeth.

Misaligned teeth

Composites can be used to reduce or completely correct misalignment of crooked teeth.

Closing gaps

Composite veneers are a suitable option for treating tooth gaps with composites that do not require tooth removal.

Enhance your smile with composite veneers!

If you want to learn more about how composite veneers can enhance the look of your smile, feel free to contact us.

Step-by-step process for composite veneers

The process for composite veneers at Museum Dental Suites typically consists of the following steps:

- Step 1

Initial Consultation

Your composite veneers journey starts with a consultation session with the dentist. He will assess the condition of your oral health, discuss aesthetic goals, and explain the entire process of veneers. You may ask any questions related to the treatment process from your dentist.

- Step 2

Treatment Planning

After the initial assessment is done, the dentist prepares a customised reatment plan. This will include choosing the right shape and shade of veneers to match with natural teeth and facial aesthetics.

- Step 3

Tooth Preparation

Unlike porcelain veneers, composite veneers will need minimal tooth preparation. The dentist slightly roughens the surface of tooth in order to ensure a strong bonding between the veneer and your tooth.

- Step 4

Composite Application

The dentist then applies composite resin material directly onto the teeth. This material can be sculpted carefully to achieve the desired shape and look.

- Step 5

Shaping and Curing

Once the composite veneer is applied, it will then be hardened by means of special light. The dentist polishes, shapes, and trims the veneers to ensure they adjust flawlessly with your natural teeth.

- Step 6

Final Adjustments and Evaluation

After the veneers are in place, necessary adjustments are done to ensure comfortable bite and natural look. Our dentist will give advice on how you can take care of your new veneers.

- Step 7

Follow-Up Appointment

A follow-up appointment will be scheduled to check on your veneers and make minor adjustments when required.

Proper care after composite veneers treatment

After a composite veneer is done, make sure you follow aftercare guidelines in order to maintain their appearance and longevity. Below are some aftercare tips:

  • Do not stain teeth with coloured foods and drinks

    Try to lessen the intake of stain-causing substances such as tea, coffee and red wine. Composite veneers can be stained in due course and so, it is necessary to restrict the intake.

  • Routine dental check-ups

    You will have to schedule routine dental check-ups and thorough mouth cleanings. These visits will enable the dentist to evaluate the condition of veneers and detect possible issues early.

  • Use a mouthguard if necessary

    When you grind teeth during the night or take care in contact sports, it is suggested to wear a mouthguard and protect the veneers from further damage.

  • Oral hygiene

    It is important to follow and maintain good oral hygiene practices. Brush two times in a day by using non-abrasive toothpaste and floss daily. Take a soft-bristled toothbrush in order to prevent any kind of damage to your veneers.

  • Do not chew on hard foods

    It is essential to refrain yourself from consuming hard foods such as candies, ice, nuts and avoid using teeth as tools to open different packaging. This can avoid chipping or cracking of your veneers.

  • Address Bruxism

    If you are addicted to clenching or grinding teeth (bruxism), it is advisable to consult with the dentist about suitable solutions for protecting your veneers.

  • Do not consume alcohol in excess

    Excessive alcohol consumption may weaken the bond between your natural teeth and dental veneers.

  • Wear retainers according to the provider

    When you need to undergo orthodontic method, continue wearing braces to prevent shifting of teeth, which could affect the veneers.

  • Immediate Reporting of Issues

    If you suffer from any kind of discomfort or find chips or cracks in the veneers, take help of a dentist for thorough evaluation and immediate action.

Cost of Composite Bonding at our Clinic

The cost of composite veneers per tooth at our Museum Dental Suites in London starts from £360 up to £500 only. This price is based on individual cases and specific requirements of the treatment. For a detailed quote and a comprehensive understanding of the customised treatment process that suits your requirements, we recommend reaching out directly to our clinic. We also offer financing options to ensure the procedure is accessible to all.

Smile Makeover with composite veneers!

Our team of experts is dedicated to supporting you throughout the entire journey. Don't delay any further in achieving the smile you've always desired. Reach out to us today to discover how composite veneers can transform your smile and enhance your confidence. Your path to a beautiful smile begins right here!

Recent Google Reviews


reviews-star.pngHighly recommend Museum Dental Suite. Their work is of the highest calibre, professional and friendly. I'm very thankful they for excellent aftercare advice and for making me relaxed and so well treated. I've recommended them to both my family and friends.


reviews-star.pngI have been undertaking a cosmetic treatment (Invisalign) for around eight months here, off the back of a recommendation of a friend who had the same treatment. The professionalism and perfectionism with which my treatment was delivered was outstanding, as was the general service and were all of the staff I encountered.

My dentist Dr. Wahab Shakir was particularly great, with a friendly, reassuring manner and an eye for detail. He always went above and beyond, without ever being asked.

I'm now almost at the end of my treatment and couldn't be more pleased with how treatment has gone. Given the service and end result I'd also consider it excellent value for money.

Keep up the good work Museum Dental Suites!


reviews-star.pngFirstly what a great dentist, all the staff were friendly and very helpful as this was my first time here.

I had called for an emergency appointment due to a sudden cracked tooth and Dr Wahab Shakir despite the end of day fast approaching (30 minutes till close) he said he would see me.

The treatment was not straight forward due to the crack but Dr Shakir after a lengthy time managed to save the tooth/restore it and prevent what I believe most dentists would have done which install a crown - Thank you!

Highly recommend this dentist and service and I am grateful for not only seeing me within an hour but also staying passed closing time and finally for doing a Stella job.


reviews-star.pngThis is a top notch dentist who makes you feel at ease which for someone liked me is important. The staff are very professional, polite, courteous and friendly. Marios, my dentist is extremely patient and cares about your dental care and the service you receive. Just received my new dentures and they have been done to a very high standard and am very pleased. I have nothing but praise for the staff and the treatment/service I received.


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The first step for composite veneers application is removing a thin enamel layer from the front part of your teeth. It has sufficient space for dental veneers to adhere to the teeth without feeling immense.

After this, your veneers will be prepared. While most types of veneers are typically fabricated in a lab, composite veneers are sculpted directly onto the altered tooth surface. In some cases, the dentist may create an impression of your teeth and have the veneers fabricated off-site.

Once you approve the final appearance of the veneers, they will be bonded directly onto your teeth using a special light. The dentist makes slight touch-ups to perfect their shape and polishes them to enhance their shine. By the end of the procedure, your new veneers should closely resemble your natural teeth.

Composite veneers do not last as long as porcelain veneers. They generally have a lifespan of 5 to 7 years, as opposed to 10 to 15 years. You can extend the longevity of your veneers by taking proper care of them.

Avoid biting on hard foods or using your front teeth to open packages. Instead, use tools such as scissors and knives. If you grind your teeth at night, consider wearing a mouthguard to prevent stress on your veneers. Regularly brush your teeth to prevent the accumulation of stains.

Yes, composite veneers can become stained, just like your natural teeth. Particles from dark-colored foods and drinks, such as tea, coffee, wine, soy sauce, tomato sauce, curry sauce, and more, can adhere to your veneers when you consume these items.

These particles bond to the surface of the veneers and gradually alter their color permanently. This can also occur with tobacco smoke due to the tar present in cigarette products. To maintain the whiteness of your veneers for an extended period, it is advisable to avoid these items.

If you have minor cosmetic imperfections, stained or discolored teeth, good tooth enamel, and overall good dental health, then you are a suitable candidate for composite veneers. The dentist will evaluate the condition of your teeth and provide the most appropriate advice to you.

Composite veneers will leave you with straight and healthy-looking teeth.