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Dental Veneers

Illustration of dental veneersDental veneers are cosmetic restorations that we bond to the front of your teeth to change how they look when you smile. If your teeth are healthy but you want to address aesthetic concerns, veneers offer fast results without the extra bleaching or braces.

Why Invest in Veneers?

Applying several dental veneers across your smile can help address cosmetic issues such as:

  • Gaps between teeth
  • Crooked teeth or crowded-looking smiles
  • Tooth enamel that is uneven or misshaped
  • Staining and discolouration

Depending on how many teeth are involved and what you want to change, we offer two types of dental veneers to choose from: composite and porcelain.

Traditional Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are the choice option for dramatic smile makeovers involving multiple teeth. Each restoration is handmade from specific shades of porcelain to look natural and fuller. After prepping your smile and taking an impression, the permanent veneers are ready to bond in place about two weeks later.

Same-Day Composite Veneers:

Composite is the same type of material we use for tooth-coloured fillings. When only one or two teeth are a concern, we can shape the material directly over your tooth and cure it into place immediately. This process offers faster results for aesthetic imperfections such as chipped teeth or gaps, when more comprehensive treatment isn’t needed.

Caring for Your New Smile

Veneers can wear down or chip away without the right protection. We recommend sleeping in a night guard to eliminate unnecessary wear and keep your smile healthy.

You’ll want to brush and floss around your veneers thoroughly and plan a checkup every six months. Avoiding dark-staining foods and liquids such as tea and red wine can help your smile look brighter, longer.

Are You a Candidate for Veneers?

An ideal dental veneers candidate will have healthy teeth and gums. Find out if these cosmetic restorations are right for you. Contact us now for a consultation.

* Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

Dental Veneers in Blacktown NSW | (02) 9676 7590