Veneers at
Wimpole Street in London

Your smile makes a measurable first impression, so why not make sure it’s a good one? Get yourself a set of veneers in London at Wimpole Street Dental Clinic to achieve a standout smile.

What are Veneers?

The high-quality dental veneers we apply are made to measure cosmetic ceramic shells permanently bonded to your natural, original teeth so as to create for you a more confident and aesthetically pleasing smile.

Who is suitable for Veneers?

Dental veneers are a cosmetic dentistry treatment for dental patients who are considering how to resolve tooth discolouration, chips and cracks appearing on their teeth or seeking to correct misaligned or broken teeth.

Veneers can lengthen shorter teeth, close small but visible gaps and spaces between the teeth or change their overall shape and cosmetic appearance.

how much are veneers?

a single veneer



£1,500
multiple veneers£1,200

Decades of combined cosmetic dentistry experience & expertise

Our dentists have all the experience, skill and technology required to craft a perfect looking and perfect fitting veneer. Don’t compromise on quality when it comes to your teeth. Arrange an appointment with our dental team at our central London dental clinic, situated on the prestigious Wimpole Street.

All of our veneers are made in our own dental laboratory and we use the highest quality materials and state-of-the-art techniques to create and place your new veneers.

What happens during the treatment of Veneers?

Our veneer treatment process at Wimpole Street Dental Clinic:

  • After initial consultation at our central London clinic, if you agree, your dentist will assess your oral health including your teeth and gums to check for tooth decay or gum disease which, if present, would need to be addressed successfully before this procedure can commence.
  • Our dental technician will then create a digital or conventional wax-up (idealised teeth model) so that you can envisage what the optimum result could look like.
  • Your teeth are then prepared to receive the veneers with minimal grinding/filing whilst we keep as much of your existing natural teeth as possible.
  • After preparation is complete, we take a digital scan.
  • A plaster or printed plastic model is then created in our master dental laboratory using your precise teeth impressions.
  • This model is then used by our clinical dental technician to press and layer the veneers material so as to create your bespoke ceramic shells which make up your veneers ready for application.
  • Once ready, your dentist will place the veneers into your mouth for you to try on. If you are satisfied with the look and feel of them at this point, we will use a special dental adhesive cement to bond them to your natural teeth straight away.
  • Rest assured if you are not completely happy with the veneers as created in terms of minor detailing, we can reshape them for you until they produce the exact fit you are looking for.

Why is Wimpole Street Dental Clinic best for Veneers in London?

We choose to create the bespoke design of our dental veneers for each of our patients using different ceramic materials as we believe they offer the most natural looking finish and are the most functionally durable offering long-lasting and visually appealing results.

Our state-of-the-art technology suite in central London ensures we take the most accurate teeth models from which our veneers are created in our master dental laboratory by our highly experienced clinical dental technicians.

Our level of time and resources invested in both our product and service offers us a considerable level of clinical quality control over the whole procedure – from the diagnostics stage to the determination of the dental care plan to the delivery of the treatment and of course to beholding the delight of our dental patients when they see what they have always wanted to see: a beautiful, naturally-looking and healthier smile.

Our recently refurbished modern and welcoming clinic is based on Wimpole Street, the heart of the dental industry and is accessible by car, taxi, bus and London Underground.

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FAQ’s

The high-quality dental veneers we apply are made to measure wafer-thin ceramic shells permanently bonded to your natural teeth.

 A single veneer £1,500

·       Multiple veneers from £1,200

NB: the exact fees can vary on a case-by-case basis and are affected by the type of veneer you choose and how many you wish to have. Your dentist can advise you in more detail during your initial consultation at our London dental practice.

Composite and ceramic veneers are designed to cover cracked or discoloured teeth or correct misaligned teeth if desired. For this procedure, we prepare your teeth and take a digital impression. Our clinical dental technician uses this impression to prepare a model from which your ideal ceramic covers (or shells) for your own teeth are carefully produced for you for your smile makeover.

Please note that dental veneers do not usually last forever. The ceramic material we choose to use is a compatible and robust product so the veneers we produce are designed to last 20 or more years as long as the dental patient follows a good oral hygiene regime to care for them, once fitted to preserve the quality of their new smile.

Dental veneers are custom-made ceramic covers or shells designed to offer you a new and improved smile as they present a new tooth surface free from visible cracks or discolouration at the point they are fitted.  These ceramic covers or shells are permanently bonded to your visible natural teeth and, with good care, they can offer you a renewed sense of personal comfort and confidence lasting 20 years or more.

Composite veneers are made of composite bonding material similar to the solution used in fillings utilised to create the desired aesthetic effect on the look of your teeth and so your smile. Your dentist will be able to advise what type of veneer (e.g. composite veneers, porcelain veneers or even an alternative dental treatment) is best for your circumstances following a consultation.

As your natural teeth would need a significant amount of grinding/filing in preparation to receive your dental veneers which are then securely bonded to them, we would consider and so advise that this procedure be thought of as permanent. In due course we would envisage that you would return for an appointment for veneer replacement (as required) in the decades to come.

It is currently not possible to whiten dental veneers as you would apply a teeth whitening treatment to your natural teeth. The best way to care for your veneers once fitted is by brushing twice daily – if you can brush after every meal, this would be preferable. Use a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoridated toothpaste and leave 30 minutes after the meal before you brush. If you are a smoker, you could consider giving up this habit as it can lead to the discolouration of both your natural teeth and your new veneers. We would also advise that you commit to scheduling regular check-up appointments with your dentist so that we can evaluate the current condition of your veneers and recommend in good time when you would likely need to consider veneer replacements.

Veneers treatment is generally deemed to be a pain-free procedure. Rest assured, if you have any concerns regarding any potential discomfort you may experience during the treatment, please discuss with your dentist the local anaesthesia options available to you to numb the mouth (if needed and/or desired) before it begins. Post-treatment you may experience a little gum and/or teeth sensitivity due to the level of preparation conducted on your existing teeth prior to the application of your veneers – should you be concerned at all about this, please consult your dentist at our dental practice.

Porcelain veneers are made of a dental ceramic material which is custom-made into thin covers or shells ready to be bonded to your existing natural teeth to achieve the best aesthetic results possible in terms of the look of your smile, made to measure – just for you. Porcelain veneers are very popular for patients looking for a bespoke high aesthetic finish to their veneers, and as such, can cost more than your typical veneer.

Porcelain veneers have multiple benefits that derive from the usage of porcelain. First of all, the porcelain is unlikely to ever stain though this doesn’t mean that the wearer can refrain from maintaining a regular oral hygiene routine. Secondly, porcelain is incredibly strong and provides a pleasing aesthetic finish. However, porcelain can still crack if put under too much pressure or trauma. If you grind your teeth whilst you sleep, the porcelain may still be worn away just like a natural tooth. As such, your dentist might advise wearing a protective bit guard at night.

Correctly placed porcelain veneers can last between 10-15 years with proper care and maintenance.

If you are considering investing in the long-term aesthetic appeal of the look and shape of your smile  by way of a bespoke treatment applied with care to each and every one of your teeth (as many as is agreed), then dental veneers could form one of your potential option choices.

Be advised that significant preparation of your existing teeth is required to create a suitable surface for successful bonding of the veneer to your natural tooth to be achieved. Rest assured that the amount of tooth surface per affected tooth which is prepared by grinding/filing is actually just a thin layer as we seek to preserve as much of your existing healthy tooth substance as possible. Your natural teeth remain in place, with just a thin layer of tooth surface removed, under the veneers.

Veneers can be used to manage small gaps between the teeth to create a more uniform appearance but larger gaps may be more successfully treated with a prosthetic appliance such as a dental bridge or a dental implant. Crooked teeth may benefit from an orthodontic teeth alignment treatment such as Invisalign® prior to the consideration of veneers in order to give yourself and your dentist the best chance to achieve the most aesthetically pleasing result possible.

The dental crowns we produce are ceramic caps designed to replace a missing or extensively damaged tooth by covering it in its entirety. A veneer is a thin layer of ceramic material (shell-shaped) which is designed to cover the front of the tooth surface only to create an improved aesthetic appearance to the tooth colour and indeed to your beloved smile.

Veneers can become discoloured over time. The risk of staining can be further exacerbated due to regular exposure to certain foods and drinks such as red wine and coffee. If you continue to smoke, post-treatment, your veneers can also become stained or discoloured adversely impacting on the quality of the aesthetic results you may have originally set out to achieve. Porcelain veneers however are unlikely to stain provided you continue to clean and maintain the porcelain over time.

Natural looking, beautiful & custom-fit veneers in London

Treatment Reviews

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Anna H

I highly and warmly recommend Wimpole Sreet Dental Clinic for a wide range of services and specifically the work done by Dr Mehl. Most importantly I undertook a major smile reconstruction with 6 upper pocelain veneers which has entirely changed my life, I also had bleaching, standard cleaning and nightguards. I used to be terrified of the dentist, in fact I avoided the dentist for 6 years… I would have nightmares about my teeth… I now love my teeth and no longer am afraid of the dentist. It’s a pleasure to visit them and I am so thankful for what they did for my personal confidence.

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Michael Selitski

I have been with Dr Mehl for quite some time and I am very happy with him. Very competent and friendly doctor who explains a lot and takes his time. The team is super friendly. The treatment was always easy and I had no further problems. I can recommend this practice with a clear conscience!