Synergy veneers price list
Basic (£250 Per Unit)
  • Basic quality porcelain
  • Plain colour
  • Thick Contour
Bronze Quality (£400 per Unit)
  • Second level porcelain
  • More shades available
  • Thick Contour
Silver Quality (£500 per Unit)
  • Third level porcelain
  • Higher quality cosmetic colour due to alternate shades
  • Higher Strength
Gold Quality (£600 per unit)
  • High quality porcelain
  • Superior contour, shade and finishing.
  • Complimentary private ‘shade appointment’
  • Natural finish
Zirconia/E-Max Quality (£700 per unit)
  • Highest quality porcelain backed with compressed porcelain substructure
  • Superior contour and finishing
  • Complimentary private ‘shade appointment’
  • Provides most natural-looking finish

What is a veneer?

Developed as a cosmetic treatment, veneers are a thin layer of porcelain designed to fit over the front surface of a tooth to mask the imperfections that make you feel self-conscious. Often modelled by celebrities on the red carpet, veneers provide an ideal solution to chipped teeth or discolouration.

The procedure can also be used to:

• Improve the colour, shape and position of teeth
• Cover or rebuild a chip
• Close gaps in between front teeth
• Bring a tooth in line with others
• Cover decolouration and staining

During the veneering process, the porcelain is bonded to the tooth to create a strong and long-lasting solution to front tooth problems while maintaining a natural look. It’s common to have between one and six teeth veneered, but often only those in the smile line receive treatment due to the nature of the procedure.

Veneer material options

Veneers can be made from either porcelain or composite materials. Porcelain is the material traditionally used for veneers but does feature a slight abrasive quality. On the other hand, composite materials don’t provide a finish as natural as that of the porcelain, but the do counter the problem of abrasion.


The treatment process

Occasionally, no preparation is required for the fitting of veneers. However, it is possible that the dentist may need to remove a thin 1mm layer of enamel from the surface of the chosen teeth. An impression will then be taken and sent off to the Synergy Dental lab for construction.

During a second appointment, the dentist will fit the bespoke product, which will require bonding to the teeth. Your teeth are instantly strong after the treatment, and can continue to remain so for a number of years if properly maintained and cared for.

By Dr Zuber Bagasi