Hello\nWhen I was 25 I had 8 porcelain veneers on my top teeth. Totally unnecessary procedure in my case, I had very strong healthy teeth (a lifetime of no sweets or fizzy drinks and brush and floss twice a day) I went to my dentist about straightening out a tiny kink and I ended up coming out with veneers. I had these done by a highly qualified and respected cosmetic dentist in London. I have not any problems with them and would always recommend my professional dentist, and she told me that I hardly needed any prep work... HOWEVER, I didn't realize how much this would psychologically affect me, having something foreign permanently attached to my teeth. Every time I look in the mirror and at photos I hate them because they are not my teeth, they are too big for my small features and lips and without droning on too much it is killing my self esteem and making me depressed. I wish I go could back to my natural teeth and I pray that one day stem cell technology will mean that I can have these removed and rebuild my natural enamel. I am in despair I wish I could turn back the clock and stop myself having them. Does anyone have any similar feelings?