Would Veneers Be An Option for Overlapping Teeth?

Q.
When I was 14 I got taken to an orthodontist after waiting four years to see one. After that they kept cancelling and delaying appointments for a whole year. When I eventually got to speak to the team they told me I shouldn’t get braces and I wouldn’t benefit from them, after five years of waiting. I’m now older and want straight teeth. I wouldn’t say they are that bad but I’m extremely conscious and want them fixed. My two front upper teeth overlap. My right one over laps the left one slightly. My upper jaw is also “too short” as the team at the orthodontist told me. I was wondering if it would be possible to have veneers for my two upper teeth and what the price would be, roughly?
A.
Hello, thank you for your question. It is impossible to answer your question without seeing you or your situation. There are also lots of different options, and different types of veneers for one. Ideally you need an examination and consultation. Kind regards, Mark. 
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