Veneers

Dental Veneers

Everyone wants to look their best when they smile, but genetics and lifestyle factors can often get in the way. Teeth can become chipped due to sporting injuries, stained from coffee or smoking, or they can just form crookedly over time. If you feel like that winning smile might be out of your reach, it doesn’t necessarily have to be! Integrated Dental Health can help you achieve that perfect smile once and for all by applying affordable and high-quality dental veneers to your existing teeth.

How Do Veneers Work?

Veneers are typically thin pieces of porcelain that are fixed to the front surface of a person’s teeth. To achieve the improved look you want, we take a mold of your teeth before we create the dental veneers. We use the mold to ensure a perfect alignment with your gum line, which results in as natural an appearance as possible. If your teeth are chipped, small in size or discoloured, then dental veneers are the ideal option for achieving the wonderful smile you’ve always wanted – and it causes only minimal disturbance to tooth enamel.

What Types of Veneers Are Available?

Integrated Dental Health offers two options when it comes to dental veneers.

Porcelain laminate veneers – Porcelain is the most popular choice of material, favoured for its strength and durability. Veneers made from porcelain have the ability to reflect light and can be very easily colour matched to surrounding teeth. Porcelain veneers can potentially last up to 25 years, especially with professional care and regular maintenance.

Composite resin veneers – Unlike porcelain laminate veneers, composite resin veneers are able to be built up in the mouth. The veneers can be molded and fixed to the surface of your teeth in a single visit to the dentist. In terms of the level of improvement they bring to your appearance, composite resin veneers are about equal with porcelain veneers, but the material may require more frequent replacement.

To book an appointment for dental veneers, call Integrated Dental Health today on (02) 4708 7007.


Make An Enquiry

Scroll Up
Are you concerned
about how expensive
dentistry is?