Dental veneers could be your answer if you are experiencing chipped, stained, discoloured or crooked teeth. They help to improve the overall appearance and feel of your smile!

You will be able to choose between two different dental veneers, porcelain or ceramic, and direct composite.

What are Porcelain or Ceramic Veneers?

Porcelain or ceramic veneers are thin shells that are attached to the front of your teeth. These are colour matched to your smile to ensure that they blend seamlessly. Porcelain or ceramic dental veneers help to make your teeth look more aligned and cover up any blemishes or defects that are bothering you.

This will be custom made by a dental professional and cemented to your teeth. Porcelain and ceramic are both used for teeth veneers because they are durable, strong and they look incredibly natural. Your dentist will help you to decide whether they are appropriate for you.

To fit this type of veneer, your tooth’s natural enamel has to be reduced, to accommodate the new veneer. If this is not done, your mouth could end up looking bulky and unnatural. This can be invasive and is not generally recommended for long term dental health, but a conversation with your dentist is definitely needed in order to come to the right decision for you.

What are Composite Veneers?

Composite veneers are created using a material that is commonly used for dental fillings, matched to your exact tooth shade to look as natural as possible. These are a less expensive option, but they usually do not last as long as porcelain or ceramic veneers, so keep this in mind.

Composite dental veneers are built up onto your tooth’s surface, no need for a back and forth with a dental technician! This means less cost and fewer appointments.

If cost is a barrier to choosing the best long-term solution, we offer flexible payment options to work within your budget, so you can get the best treatment now and pay later. Eligibility criteria applies.

For more information visit our Payment Options page.

What to expect?

What to expect?

Your consultation appointment will take approximately 30 minutes. Your dentist will discuss treatment options and provide you with a treatment plan and quote. This information will also include the amount of appointments required and time required for each procedure. You may require some additional imaging which the dentist will arrange for you.

This appointment will also be your opportunity to ask any questions you may have.

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Aftercare

When the dentist provides you with your treatment options, what to expect following your treatment will also be discussed.

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