Composite Veneers, Your Time To Shine Your Smile!
Redefine Your Smile! Amazing Smiles Cosmetic Dentists are renowned for quality composite veneers. Packages from only $320-$450 per tooth*. Get a FREE smile consult!
With composite veneers, you can correct imperfections such as chipped, stained, or misshapen teeth and achieve a stunning, natural-looking smile.
We understand that each patient is unique, and our veneer dentists offer personalized treatment plans tailored to your needs and desires.
What are composite veneers?
Composite veneers are a type of cosmetic dental treatment that uses a tooth-coloured composite resin material to improve the appearance of teeth. Composite dental veneers are made from a resin material that is applied and shaped directly onto the tooth.
The composite material used in veneers is the same material that is used in dental bonding. A dentist will apply and shape the composite resin directly onto the tooth’s surface. Followed by using a special curing light to harden the material. The material is then polished and buffed to give the tooth a natural and attractive appearance.
Veneers can be used to address a variety of cosmetic dental issues, such as:
- Chipped or broken teeth
- Discoloured or stained teeth
- Misshapen or uneven teeth
- Gaps between teeth
- Small teeth
Composite resin veneers can be a more cost-effective alternative to traditional porcelain veneers and can often be completed in a single office visit. They are also less invasive than porcelain veneers, as less of the natural tooth structure needs to be removed to apply the veneer.
Enquire today at Amazing Smiles Cosmetic Dental for exceptional composite veneers that will enhance the beauty of your teeth.
Contact our nearest dental clinic today to take the first step towards your dream smile. Our welcoming team will guide you through the process and answer any questions.
Don’t wait any longer to achieve the smile you deserve – book your consultation for composite veneers, and let us help you regain your confidence with a radiant smile.
How much do composite veneer teeth cost?
Pricing Of Resin Veneers
Our composite veneers typically range between $320 to $450 per tooth.
However, it’s important to note that the figures provided are indicative estimates for our packages. The actual costs may vary based on individual patient needs and the specific condition of each tooth.
Additionally, these prices do not include any potential extra treatments that could be necessary to ensure the best oral health outcomes and results. Always consult with our team for a detailed assessment and a more precise cost breakdown tailored to your needs.
Prices above are subject to change.
Cost-effective resin veneers completed within 1 to 2 appointments
What to Expect? Composite Veneers Procedure
Composite veneers are a cosmetic dental procedure that can improve the appearance of the teeth by placing a composite resin material directly onto the tooth surface. Here is an overview of the procedure:
Shaping and polishing
The entire process of getting composite veneers typically takes one or two appointments, depending on the number of teeth treated.
Compared to porcelain veneers, composite veneers are less expensive and require less tooth preparation, but they may not last as long and may not be as stain-resistant.
Benefits of Composite Veneers
Natural Appearance: Composite veneers are carefully crafted to match the color, shape, and texture of your natural teeth, resulting in a seamless and natural-looking smile.
- Versatility: Composite veneers can address a wide range of cosmetic concerns, including discoloration, chips, cracks, gaps, and uneven teeth, providing a comprehensive solution to enhance your smile.
- Minimally Invasive: Unlike traditional veneers, composite veneers require minimal to no enamel removal, preserving the structure of your natural teeth.
- Quick and Efficient: The process of getting composite veneers is typically completed in just one or two visits, allowing you to achieve your desired smile makeover in a relatively short period.
Affordable: Compared to other cosmetic dental treatments, composite veneers are a more cost-effective option while still delivering remarkable aesthetic results.
Easy Maintenance: Composite veneers are durable and stain-resistant, and they can be easily repaired or replaced if necessary, ensuring long-lasting results with proper care.
Immediate Results: Once the composite veneers are bonded to your teeth, you can enjoy an instantly transformed smile, boosting your self-confidence and overall appearance.
Please note that the benefits of composite veneers may vary depending on individual circumstances. It is recommended to consult with an experienced cosmetic dentist to determine if composite dental veneers are the right option for you.
Affordable Composite Veneers
Costs may vary based on the number of composite veneers, the complexity of the case, and if additional treatment is required.
Our team of highly skilled cosmetic dentists are renowned for their prominence in cosmetic dentistry.
We are proud to be at the forefront of the industry, offering cutting-edge techniques and personalized treatment plans to deliver exceptional results.
Our reputation extends far beyond local communities, as patients from interstate have sought out our cosmetic and restorative dental services.
We invite you to experience the difference that our cosmetic dentists can make in creating the smile of your dreams. Flexible no-interest payment plans are available to suite your budget.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards your beautiful new smile.
Composite veneers cost an average of $320-$450 per tooth. As your teeth are unique, costs may vary when additional treatment is needed, quantity, unique materials or the complexity of individual cases.
Additionally, if you have private health insurance, your provider may be able to cover some of the treatment cost.
Composite veneers are cheap when compared to porcelain veneers.
Exact quotes can’t be determined until our cosmetic dentists thoroughly examine the health of your teeth and perform X-rays. Doing so will help dentists gain knowledge of oral health to help improve the longevity of your smile.
Composite veneers do not ruin your teeth, but the tooth preparation process involved in placing them may require some removal of the natural tooth structure.
However, the amount of tooth structure removed for composite veneers is usually minimal and depends on the case.
To place composite veneers, your dentist may need to remove a small amount of tooth enamel to make room for the composite resin material.
This is usually done without local anesthesia, and the amount of enamel removed is generally less than required for porcelain veneers.
The tooth preparation process for composite veneers is generally less invasive than other dental procedures, such as dental crowns or bridges, which require more extensive tooth reduction.
While composite veneers may require some tooth structure removal during the preparation process, they can help to protect your teeth by covering up minor imperfections and reducing the risk of tooth decay or damage.
It’s important to discuss the tooth preparation process with your dentist and ask any questions you may have before deciding to get composite veneers.
Your dentist can help you understand the procedure and the potential risks and benefits to determine if composite veneers are the best option.
Composite veneers are a popular and cost-effective cosmetic dental procedure that involves placing tooth-coloured composite resin on the surface of the teeth to improve their appearance.
While composite veneers have many benefits, there are also some potential risks and drawbacks to consider:
- Staining: Composite veneers are more prone to staining and discolouration than porcelain veneers, and they may require more frequent maintenance to keep them looking their best.
- Durability: Composite veneers are less durable than porcelain veneers and may be more prone to chipping, cracking, or breaking.
- Repairability: If a composite veneer does become damaged, it may be more challenging to repair than a porcelain veneer.
- Sensitivity: Some people may experience increased tooth sensitivity after getting composite veneers, especially if a large amount of tooth enamel was removed during preparation.
- Shrinkage: The composite resin used to create composite veneers can shrink slightly as it cures, leading to gaps between the veneers and the teeth.
- Longevity: Composite veneers typically last 5-7 years, which is shorter than the lifespan of porcelain veneers.
It’s important to discuss these risks with your dentist and ask any questions you may have before deciding to get composite veneers.
Your dentist can help you weigh the benefits and risks to determine if composite veneers are the best option.
Composite veneers can last several years with proper care and maintenance, but their lifespan may be shorter than porcelain veneers.
The longevity of composite veneers depends on several factors, such as the quality of the materials used, the oral hygiene practices of the patient, and any habits or behaviours that may cause damage to the veneers.
On average, composite veneers can last 5 to 7 years or even longer with proper care and maintenance.
To help ensure the longevity of composite veneers, it is essential to practice good oral hygiene, including brushing and flossing regularly and visiting the dentist for regular check-ups and cleans.
It is also important to avoid habits that can damage the veneers, such as chewing on hard objects, using teeth as tools, or grinding or clenching the teeth.
Regular check-ups with a dentist are important to monitor the health of the veneers and detect any signs of damage or wear.
If a composite veneer becomes chipped, cracked, or dislodged, it is crucial to seek prompt dental care to prevent further damage and maintain appearance.
Sometimes, a damaged composite veneer may need to be replaced with a new one.
Yes, decay can still form under composite veneers if proper oral hygiene is not maintained.
Composite dental veneers are thin shells of tooth-colored resin that are bonded to the front surface of teeth to improve their appearance.
While they can improve the aesthetics of the teeth, they do not provide complete protection against decay.
The edges of the veneers can create tiny gaps where bacteria can accumulate and cause decay to form.
Additionally, if there is any existing decay or damage to the tooth beneath the veneer, it can continue to progress even after the veneer is placed.
Therefore, it is important to maintain good oral hygiene practices, including brushing twice a day, flossing daily, and visiting the dentist regularly for check-ups and cleanings.
Your local cosmetic dentist can also monitor the health of your teeth and veneers and detect any issues early on to prevent further damage.
Composite veneers cannot be whitened in the same way as natural teeth.
Unlike natural teeth, composite veneers do not respond to traditional teeth whitening methods such as bleaching or whitening products.
Composite veneers are made of a composite resin material that is colour-matched and custom-designed to match the desired shade of your teeth.
The colour of the composite material is determined during the initial application of the veneers, and it cannot be changed through whitening treatments.
If you’re unhappy with the colour of your composite veneers, the only way to alter their shade is to have them replaced with new veneers.
This would involve removing the existing veneers and replacing them with new ones made in the desired shade.
It’s important to note that composite veneers are stain-resistant.
However, they may still be susceptible to staining over time, especially if you consume staining substances like coffee, tea, or tobacco.
Regular dental hygiene practices, such as brushing and flossing, can help maintain the appearance of your composite veneers and prevent staining.
If you have concerns about the colour of your composite veneers or are considering teeth whitening, it’s best to consult your nearest cosmetic dentist.
They can assess your situation and provide personalized recommendations to help you achieve the desired aesthetic outcome.
While composite veneers are generally strong and durable, they are not completely resistant to staining or damage.
To help keep them looking their best and to avoid damaging them, here are some foods and drinks you may want to avoid or consume in moderation:
- Staining beverages: Dark-colored drinks such as coffee, tea, red wine, and cola can cause staining of composite veneers over time. If you do choose to consume these beverages, it’s best to drink them through a straw and rinse your mouth with water afterward.
- Acidic foods and drinks: Foods and drinks that are highly acidic, such as citrus fruits, tomatoes, and vinegar, can cause erosion of the composite material and weaken the bonding to the tooth. It’s best to consume these foods and drinks in moderation.
- Hard or chewy foods: Hard or crunchy foods such as ice, hard candies, and nuts can chip or damage composite veneers. Similarly, chewy foods like taffy or gummy candies can pull them off or cause them to become dislodged.
- Alcohol: Alcohol can cause dehydration and dry out your mouth, which can lead to staining and damage to your composite veneers. It’s best to limit your alcohol intake or drink plenty of water to counteract its effects.
By avoiding or limiting these foods and drinks, you can help maintain the integrity and appearance of your composite veneers.
Additionally, maintaining good oral hygiene habits like brushing and flossing regularly, and visiting your dentist for checkups and cleanings can help keep your veneers looking great for years to come.
No, composite veneers and composite bonding are not the same treatment, although they both involve the use of composite resin material.
In short, composite veneers cover the entire surface of the tooth, whilst composite bonding normally covers part of the tooth
Composite veneers, also known as resin veneers, is composite resin that is bonded to the entire surface of the teeth to enhance their appearance.
They are designed to improve the color, shape, and size of the teeth, giving you a natural and aesthetically pleasing smile.
On the other hand, composite bonding is a procedure where composite resin material is used to reshape or repair a tooth. It involves applying the resin directly to the tooth and sculpting it to achieve the desired shape or fill in any gaps or chips.
Composite bonding is a versatile treatment that can address various cosmetic concerns, such as tooth discoloration, minor chips, or gaps between teeth.
While both treatments utilize composite resin, the main difference lies in their purpose and application.
Composite veneers are primarily used to enhance the appearance of the teeth, while composite bonding is a more versatile treatment that can be used for both cosmetic and restorative purposes.
It is important to consult with a qualified dentist to determine which treatment is most suitable for your specific needs and goals.
They will evaluate your oral health, discuss your desired outcome, and recommend the best treatment option to help you achieve the smile you desire.
Yes, composite veneers are considered a reversible dental treatment.
Unlike porcelain veneers, which require the removal of a small amount of tooth enamel, composite veneers are bonded directly onto the surface of the teeth without any permanent alteration.
If you choose to remove or replace the composite veneers in the future, it can be done without causing substantial damage to the underlying tooth structure.
However, it is always recommended to consult with a dental professional to discuss your specific case and determine the best course of action.
When it comes to private health insurance coverage for composite veneers, they generally fall under the category of “major dental” treatments.
Based upon your personalised treatment plan, some dental service ‘items’ might be covered by your insurance.
The coverage for cosmetic dental procedures can vary depending on your specific dental insurance policy.
To determine what is covered under your policy, it is recommended to contact your private health insurer directly.
However, at Amazing Smiles, we are committed to working alongside your budget to help you achieve optimum results.
After an initial assessment from our team, we can help discuss your options.
As preferred providers, we strive to make quality dental care accessible to our patients.
Additionally, we have partnered with SuperCare, providing you with the option to access superannuation for dental restorations.
Our dedicated team will guide you through the process and discuss your treatment plan, ensuring that you can attain your dream smile within your financial situation.
Contact your nearest Amazing Smiles dental clinic to learn more about your insurance coverage and payment options.
Your private health fund provider may have different policies for aesthetic treatments.
We accept all major health funds