Achieve Your Dream Smile With Dental Veneers in Currambine
Not everyone has a beautiful smile. Some people have stained, crooked, or chipped teeth, and they feel self-conscious about it.
The appearance of your teeth can make all the difference in how you feel about yourself. If you have teeth that are chipped, discoloured, or misshapen, it can be hard to smile with confidence and feel good about your appearance.
Dental veneer at Smiles in Currambine offers a simple solution for people who want to improve the aesthetics of their smile without having extensive work done. Dental veneers, also called porcelain veneers, are extremely thin layers of material that mimic the colour of bright and healthy teeth.
They are designed to improve the appearance and aesthetics of your smile and protect your actual teeth from gradual wearing down and staining.
6 Amazing Benefits of Veneers
Veneers provide an effective treatment option for those who have tooth gaps, chips, cracks, or stains. Benefits of veneers include:
Why Choose Smiles in Currambine for Dental Veneers in Currambine Western, Australia
If you’ve ever wished that you could have an entirely new smile, we’ve got good news for you! Smiles in Currambine can help you craft the smile of your dreams with veneers. Custom veneers can create a flawless, whiter smile in just two to three visits. We’ve transformed hundreds of smiles with custom porcelain veneers over the years.
You will be able to show off your beautiful new teeth and enjoy the compliments from friends and family members on how great they look! Our team is dedicated to helping patients achieve their best possible appearance through cosmetic dentistry treatments. Furthermore, we offer affordable financing plans to make it more convenient. Our team will work closely with you to ensure your needs and goals are met throughout every step of the process, from consultation all the way through dental treatment completion. We look forward to helping make your dream come true!
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
There are generally two types of traditional veneers:
- Porcelain Veneers: Porcelain veneers are the most popular and durable type of veneer. These veneers are usually made of ceramic materials. The materials are stain-resistant, and their transparency makes them closely resemble natural teeth.
- Composite Resin Veneers: Composite resin veneers provide a slightly less expensive alternative to porcelain veneers. They are made from the same composite resin used in tooth-coloured dental fillings. Most can be fabricated on the same day, allowing same-day veneer treatment.
Veneers are cosmetic restorations that cover up the appearance of mild to moderate aesthetic issues such as:
- Chipped teeth
- Uneven teeth
- Worn teeth
- Discoloured teeth
- Crowded or crooked teeth
- Broken teeth
- Gaps between teeth
- Misshapen teeth
We’ll start out with a consultation and take an impression of your teeth. Then, we’ll prep your teeth and take a final impression for our dental laboratory. About two weeks later, your permanent veneers are ready to be placed.
During a dental veneer procedure, each veneer is carefully shaded and shaped to resemble a perfectly straight tooth. Then, our dentists gently prep the front of your natural tooth and bond the veneers into the prepared teeth. Most of the time, we will place several veneers side by side, across the visible teeth when you smile. The final product creates a flawless and brighter-looking smile in just two to three visits. The dramatic and long-lasting result will change how you look when you smile and give you that boost of confidence you deserve.
The entire process typically takes one to two visits from consultation to veneer placement, with each appointment lasting about an hour.
Good oral hygiene is crucial to the longevity of your veneers. Proper dental care is necessary, too. When it comes to treating your veneers, you should follow the same steps as you do for your regular teeth:
- At least twice a day, brush your teeth.
- Floss at least once a day.
- Avoid biting into hard objects or opening packages with your teeth.
- Check-ups and cleanings at the dentist are also recommended twice a year.
Like any dental procedure, a dental veneer procedure has risks. However, they are not potentially life-threatening and may be avoided with sufficient precautions:
- Tooth sensitivity: Following the placement of veneers, tooth sensitivity is quite common for a few weeks. Consult your cosmetic dentist if sensitivity persists for an extended period.
- Tooth damage: During the enamel removal procedure, it is possible that the dentine beneath may be affected. However, such occurrences are rare.
- Bruxism (tooth grinding) or jaw pain: A poorly-fitted veneer can alter the alignment of your bite, causing bruxism or jaw pain.
- Veneer failure: Veneer failure is most likely to occur if untreated dental issues, such as enamel erosion, are present before veneer placement. Your cosmetic dentist may recommend aesthetic bonding or dental crowns to replace your veneer.
The cost of veneers may vary depending on how many teeth you want to cover and what type of material you choose. The price of composite veneers is lower than that of porcelain veneers, ranging from $400 to $650 per tooth. However, their lifespan is shorter. Porcelain veneers, however, can cost as much as $1,500. However, they deliver more durability and a more pleasing aesthetic than composite veneers.
Veneers typically last ten years or more. Porcelain veneers typically last between 12 and 25 years and require less maintenance than composite veneers. For your dental veneers to last a long time, you must maintain adequate oral hygiene. It would help if you also took good care of your teeth.
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Our dentists in Currambine make every effort to accommodate the scheduling needs of your family. From offering evening hours to weekend appointment times, we are sure to have something that works for your busy routine.
If you are in pain or have any other dental emergency, please call us right away so we can try to book you in as soon as possible.