Dental veneers are a cosmetic dental treatment that can significantly improve the appearance of your front teeth

Dental Veneers

It is natural for your teeth to wear down over time. Lifestyle choices, injuries and accidents can cause chips, cracks, discolouration, or staining, and make your teeth more vulnerable to damage, dental disease and decay. Dental veneers offer a solution to these problems, and also enhance your smile.

A dental veneer is a wafer thin shell made from tooth-colored material, usually porcelain, that is fitted over the front teeth to cover cracks and other imperfections. Glenville Dental also specialises in composite veneers, which are a cost effective alternative to porcelain veneers. Both options are used to recreate the natural look of your teeth, while adding additional strength and resilience to your smile. Veneers are custom made to fit the contour of your teeth, and are bonded to the tooth’s original enamel using a safe and strong dental adhesive. 

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Why Choose Veneers?

Veneers are a minimally invasive option to improve the appearance of your front teeth. They can be a suitable alternative to dental crowns, as they require less tooth preparation. 

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Dental Surgeon

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Dr. Daryll Moroney

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Benefits of Veneers

  • Natural looking results, custom designed for your teeth.
  • Stain resistant to prevent future discolouration.
  • Quick and easy procedure.
  • Effective at repairing chips and cracks.
  • Enhances your smile, boosting your self esteem and confidence.
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We Specialise in Composite Veneers

As well as providing porcelain veneers, the team at Glenville Dental offer composite veneers. Composite veneers are a cost effective option over porcelain veneers, costing almost as half as much, when administered by qualified dentists, delivering the same excellent results. This is largely due to the materials. Composite veneers are made from tooth-coloured resin, which is the same material that can be used for fillings. This resin is completely safe to use in your mouth, and also has the advantage of being much more flexible. 

Unlike porcelain veneers, which require your teeth to be shaped to fit, direct composite veneers are applied right on to your teeth, which saves a lot of time. Typically, composite veneers are made while you wait, and are then sculpted onto your teeth by one of our expert dentists. The resin is hardened using a high intensity light, and additional layers can be applied as necessary to achieve the desired shape and look. Once finished, the tooth is polished and shined, to give you a naturally perfect looking finish. Often this treatment can be completed within one visit.

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Veneers Before and After Photos

This patient was unhappy with the appearance of her teeth when she smiled.  Using minimal preparation, and the latest bonding techniques, we were able to fit laboratory-made porcelain veneers to her teeth.  The patient was delighted with the result!

Our Location

5 Pembroke Cottages, Main Street, Dundrum, D14 VK85
Phone: 01 298 1133

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Great News!

Glenville Dental has reopened from the 3rd June!

Patient safety has always been our priority at Glenville Dental. We already employ the highest level of hygiene & decontamination procedures.

When attending please bear in mind the additional safety procedures we need to employ in relation to Covid-19.

These include-
1. Please do not attend the practice if you have or could have covid-19. We will be asking you some health screening questions before booking an appointment.

2. Please attend on your own if possible, and please do not arrive too early for your appointment. There will be limited waiting room facilities, please call 2981133, or use the intercom when you arrive.

3. We will ask you to hand sanitise, and we will also conduct a non-contact temperature check when you arrive.

4. We will be wearing additional PPE during your appointment, and there will also be increased time between appointments to allow for disinfection etc.

5. There will be no bathroom facilities available at the surgery.

6. If you need any claim forms completed, e.g. VHI/Laya, please bring these to your appointment, and the dentist will sign these prior to you leaving.

Check out our Facebook or Instagram pages for additional updates and we look forward to seeing you soon!

All the team at Glenville Dental