Dental veneers are thin & custom-made covering that is placed over the front of the tooth. Dental veneers repair chipped or worn teeth.
Veneers are a great way to really make a smile dazzle. At Boon Dental, we provide composite veneers and porcelain veneers options to patients who would like a general smile makeover or have crooked, misaligned, or chipped teeth.
In addition to the cosmetic benefits, veneers can make it easier for you to speak and chew, increasing your quality of life. Before you make an appointment, it’s a good idea to learn a little more about what the process involves.
Are veneers right for you?
Dental veneers are a quick solution for rectifying chipped and stained teeth. In addition to using multiple veneers to create a brighter, more aligned smile, some patients benefit from individual veneers to address problems with single teeth, smoothing out chips, corrected misalignments and closing gaps between teeth when braces aren’t an appropriate solution.
Here at Boon Dental, we use state-of-the-art equipment and modern techniques for high-quality veneer preparation and application, so your veneers could last as long as 10 years and more!
What does having dental veneers involve?
If you’re an ideal candidate for composite or porcelain veneers, we’ll start with a x-ray and create a mould of your teeth. After this, you’ll likely need to attend a further appointment where we shape your teeth in preparation for the veneers.
Doing this allows us to achieve a uniform look. At the fitting appointment, we’ll use bonding to make sure your bespoke veneers are the right fit. We’ll then polish and prepare your teeth further, before applying your new veneers. If during our initial oral assessment we identify that you have existing problems such as the need for a root canal or filling, we’ll handle them first before your smile makeover.
If you’d like to know more about composite or porcelain veneers, call (02) 8188 4273 to make an appointment at our Wentworth Point clinic, or (02) 9673 6973 for an appointment at our Ropes Crossing practice.