What are Zeneers™?
Zeneers™ are the leading brand of zirconia veneers.
Zirconia is porcelain that contains around 90% zirconium oxide forming the strongest and most durable veneer on the market.
Zirconia Veneers are semi-translucent which means that they are virtually indistinguishable from your own natural teeth. See costs of Zeneers.
Ultra-thin veneers with minimal preparation
Zirconium veneers are manufactured using the latest computer-aided technology resulting in the most natural looking veneers. Read about the treatment process.
This technology can produce veneers with incredibly precise measurements for each individual’s specifications.
Your teeth will require less preparation as the Zeneers™ are ultra-thin, compared to Porcelain Veneers.
This is perfect for those clients who are nervous about visiting the dentist.
With only the absolute minimal preparation needed, Zeneers™ are pain and stress free.
Dr Mervyn Druian pioneered the use of zirconia veneers due to their incredible strength and stunning, life-like results. Find out more.
Call us on 020 7722 1235 to see if Zeneers™ are right for you.
How long do zirconium veneers last?
Zirconia and porcelain veneers can last anywhere from 5 to 20 years provided they are well maintained. View aftercare advice.
The London Centre for Cosmetic Dentistry guarantees all veneers for 5 years.
We recommend regular visits to your cosmetic dentist to ensure your zirconia veneers are kept in top condition. Take a look at Zeneers™ results.
Read our aftercare guidelines for advice on how to maintain your veneers.
Porcelain veneers vs. Zirconia Veneers
- Zirconia is a vastly stronger material which makes it a great choice for cosmetic dentistry work.
- Zirconia produces more durable veneers so will potentially last longer than porcelain if well maintained.
- Zirconia veneers give a realistic and life-like appearance making them ideal to be fitted on individual teeth or multiple teeth.
- Zeneers™ are available in many different shades so can match perfectly to your natural teeth.