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Dental Veneers in Reading, Berkshire

If you’re looking for long-lasting and affordable veneers near me from a highly rated and experienced cosmetic dentist, our modern Reading dental clinic can help.

Benefit from the expertise and dedication of our highly skilled principal dentist  Dr. Ali Kamran (GDC No 71662), who has over 24 years of extensive cosmetic dentistry experience.

Dr. Ali has successfully placed dental veneers for hundreds of patients from all parts of Reading and Berkshire.

Veneers cost in Reading, Berkshire

To help keep this treatment as affordable as possible, we ensure our veneer prices are extremely competitive compared to other dentists in Reading and Berkshire.

Our prices, therefore, start from £620. To find out more about the cost of dental treatments and special discounts, please see our fees page.

Dental veneers patient review via Google Business

“I have been going to Markham associates since I was a child (about 25 years), Mr Markham was my original dentist and he was awesome (friendly and honest). Mr Kamran took over after Mr Markham retired, he has been professional and friendly throughout.

He repaired my front two teeth, my new veneers look amazing. He explained the process, gave me the alternatives and helped me decide what would be most suitable for me. The reception is friendly and efficient, keeping me up to date with my appointments.

I would definitely recommend this dental practice to any of my friends.”

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Paul Haseler

Why choose us for dental veneers?

✔️ Over 100 5* Google Business reviews
✔️ One of the highest Google rated dentists in Reading
✔️ One of most established dentists in Reading at over 40 years
✔️ Highly experienced veneers dentist with 24+ years experience
✔️ Competitive prices
✔️ 0% Finance
✔️ Free Smile Design consultation (* limited time)
✔️ Friendly and modern clinic

Dental veneers before and after case studies

The images below are from some of our dental veneer patients from across Berkshire and helps you see some of the fantastic transformations that can be achieved:


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veneers near me, Dental Veneers in Reading, Berkshire


veneers near me, Dental Veneers in Reading, Berkshire


veneers near me, Dental Veneers in Reading, Berkshire

What are veneers?

Veneers are thin, custom-made shells that are bonded to the front surface of teeth to enhance their appearance. They can be made from porcelain or composite resin, and they offer various advantages. If your tooth has been damaged by decay or cracked due to an accident, veneers are a great cost effective option to fix the issue. You may also want to use veneers to cover tooth discolouration.

What are the benefits of dental veneers?

Enhanced smile: Veneers can dramatically enhance the appearance of your smile by improving the color, shape, size, and alignment of your teeth. They can effectively hide various dental imperfections, including discoloration, chips, cracks, and unevenness.

Natural-looking results: Porcelain veneers are known for their ability to closely mimic the appearance of natural teeth. They have a translucent quality that reflects light similarly to tooth enamel, creating a natural and aesthetically pleasing result.

Stain resistance: Porcelain veneers are highly resistant to staining. This means that you can enjoy a beautiful smile without worrying about your veneers becoming discolored over time due to factors like coffee, tea, or tobacco use.

Conservative approach: Compared to other dental procedures, veneers require minimal alteration of the tooth structure. A small amount of enamel is typically removed from the front surface of the teeth to accommodate the veneers, but the overall structure and strength of the teeth are largely preserved.

Durability: Veneers are generally durable and long-lasting when properly cared for. Porcelain veneers, in particular, are known for their strength and resistance to wear. With regular oral hygiene practices and avoiding habits like biting on hard objects, veneers can last for many years.

Versatility: Veneers can address a wide range of cosmetic concerns, providing a comprehensive solution for smile makeovers. They can help correct issues like gaps between teeth, misshapen teeth, worn down teeth, and minor misalignments without the need for orthodontic treatment.

Improved confidence: By transforming your smile, veneers can significantly boost your self-esteem and confidence. When you feel good about your teeth, you’re more likely to smile freely, which can have a positive impact on your personal and professional interactions.

It’s important to note that the benefits of veneers may vary depending on individual circumstances and the specific materials used. Consultation with a qualified dentist is recommended to determine if veneers are a suitable option for your dental needs.

What can I expect during my veneers treatment?

Veneers are usually made out of porcelain and prepared by a dental technician. You will have to visit the dentist more than once for this type of veneer.

First, your dentist will check any fillings in the teeth.

A very small amount of the natural tooth material needs to be removed, just enough to prevent the veneer from making the tooth look or feel bulky. For this reason, it may be necessary for the dentist to numb the tooth.

Preparation time will depend on how damaged the tooth is and whether it needs to be built up with a filling first.

Next, the dentist will need to use a putty-like material to make a mould of your mouth, so the dental technician can tell the shape and size of the veneer to make for you.

During the following visit, your dentist will glue the veneer made by the technician to the tooth.

Veneers sometimes come away from the tooth or break if the tooth is knocked. They can be glued back on but if damaged, they will have to be replaced.

Some veneers are built up on the tooth directly using the same material that is used for white fillings. The surface of the tooth is toughened with a mild acid. Then, a white filling material is applied in layers until the teeth look right.


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