Dental Veneers, Make Your Smile Unforgettable!
Cosmetic excellence. Stunning smiles.
This process usually requires little to no tooth reduction and can be completed in a single appointment.
At Amazing Smiles, our expert dentists are highly renowned for their craftsmanship and precision in creating and applying composite veneers.
With a keen eye for detail and a profound understanding of aesthetics and functionality, they consistently deliver excellent results that enhance your smile and boost your confidence.
Dive in to learn more about how our bespoke composite veneers can revolutionize your oral health and aesthetics.
Package prices for composite veneers range from $320 to $450 per tooth*.
Benefits of Composite Veneers
- Less Expensive: Composite veneers are generally less costly than their porcelain counterparts.
- Quick Results: As the procedure can usually be completed in a single visit, you can achieve a transformed smile quickly.
- Easy to Repair: If a composite veneer is chipped or damaged, it can be easily repaired in a single visit.
A smile that makes a lasting impression!
At Amazing Smiles, our skilled dentists are renowned for creating tailor-made, high-quality porcelain veneers that effortlessly blend with your natural teeth, offering unparalleled durability and aesthetic appeal.
Experience the magic of a rejuvenated smile that exudes confidence and charm. We invite you to discover more about the transformative power of porcelain veneers at Amazing Smiles.
Get in touch today and embark on a journey towards achieving the captivating smile you’ve always dreamed of.
Package costs for porcelain veneers range from $950 to $1,200 per tooth*.
Benefits of Porcelain Veneers
- Aesthetic Appeal: Porcelain veneers offer an incredibly natural appearance due to their translucent quality, closely mimicking natural tooth enamel.
- Stain Resistance: Porcelain is highly resistant to stains, maintaining its color over time.
- Durability: With good care, porcelain veneers can last between 10 and 15 years, longer than composite veneers.
Getting porcelain veneers typically requires three visits to the dentist
What to Expect When Getting Porcelain Veneers
The process of getting porcelain veneers typically involves several steps spread over multiple dental visits. Here’s a general step-by-step guide to the procedure:
Consultation and Diagnosis
This process involves removing about half a millimeter of enamel from the tooth’s surface, roughly equivalent to the thickness of the veneer that will be added.
Then, a model or impression of your tooth is made.
The model is sent to a dental laboratory, where your veneer will be custom-made to fit your tooth and match your other teeth.
They may remove and trim the veneer as needed to achieve the proper fit; the color can be adjusted with the shade of cement to be used.
Once everything is satisfactory, your dentist will clean, polish, and etch (roughen) your tooth to prepare it for bonding.
The veneer is then applied to your tooth using a special cement, which is hardened with a special light. This causes the cement to quickly activate, securely attaching the veneer to your tooth.
Finally, your dentist will remove any excess cement, check your bite, and make any final adjustments as necessary.
Follow-Up (Additional Visit)
This follow-up appointment is an essential part of the process, ensuring that everything is going well after the procedure.
Remember, maintaining good oral hygiene is crucial to prolong the life of your veneers. Regular check-ups will ensure your veneers and overall oral health are maintained.
The process for getting composite veneers can be completed in 1-2 appointments.
What to Expect When Getting Composite Veneers
Composite veneers are an effective cosmetic dental solution that can transform your smile in just one visit. Here’s a step-by-step guide to the procedure:
Sculpting and Polishing
Remember, it’s important to continue with your usual oral hygiene routine after your veneers are in place. Regular check-ups with your nearest dentist will help maintain your veneers and your overall oral health.
Why Choose us for Dental Veneers?
Our cosmetic dentists are celebrated for their exquisite craftsmanship in creating high-quality smile makeovers at truly affordable prices.
As preferred provider dentists, we ensure our patients maximize their private health rebates, making your dream smile more accessible.
But it doesn’t end there; we understand the varying financial needs of our patients and hence offer flexible, no-interest payment plans to ease your journey towards a transformed smile.
Our reputation extends beyond our excellent dental work. At Amazing Smiles, we’re revered for our compassionate and knowledgeable service, personalizing each treatment to cater to our patient’s unique needs.
Choose us for your Dental Veneers and become a part of our growing community that values quality, affordability, and a patient-centred approach.
Have a Missing Tooth? We can help!
But worry not, because we specialize in providing advanced tooth replacement solutions, including dental bridges, dentures, and dental implants.
Our expert team is proficient in these techniques, and we pride ourselves on our ability to restore and transform your smile to look as natural as ever.
Whether you’re in a social situation or a professional setting, our mission is to give you that lasting first impression that truly makes your smile unforgettable.
Trust in our expertise to address your dental needs and help you reclaim the joy of a full, vibrant smile.
Achieve your dream smile with dental veneers!
Porcelain Veneer Packages
The cost estimates provided below are intended to give you a general idea but bear in mind that your final treatment cost may differ based on several individualized factors. These factors encompass the intricacy of your particular situation, any unexpected additional treatments that might be needed, and the number of veneers to be placed.
Our team will collaborate with you to formulate a treatment plan tailored to your requirements, striving for the most favourable results. Your dentist’s assessment might use a mix of cosmetic dental methods to attain your best possible outcome. This aspect will also factor into the personal quotation you’ll receive.
Prices above are subject to change.
Composite veneers typically last between 5 to 7 years, though their lifespan can extend up to 10 years with excellent oral hygiene and care. The material is less durable than porcelain, which means they are more prone to chipping and staining over time. However, the advantage of composite veneers is that they can often be easily repaired if any damage occurs.
To extend the lifespan of your composite veneers, it’s important to maintain good oral hygiene practices, including regular brushing and flossing. It’s also recommended to avoid habits that could damage the veneers such as biting fingernails, chewing ice, or using your teeth to open packages. Regular check-ups with your dentist can also help ensure your veneers stay in their best condition.
Porcelain veneers generally last between 10 to 15 years, and in some cases even longer, with good care and maintenance. Porcelain is a stronger and more durable material than composite, and it’s also more resistant to stains and chips.
However, like natural teeth, porcelain veneers can still be damaged by habits like grinding or clenching your teeth, biting fingernails, chewing on ice, or using your teeth to open packages. Good oral hygiene practices, including regular brushing and flossing, are also essential to maintain the health of your veneers and the underlying teeth.
Regular visits to your dentist for check-ups and professional cleanings are also important, as they can help detect and address any potential issues early. Remember, while veneers are durable, they are not permanent and may need to be replaced at some point. The exact lifespan of veneers can vary greatly from person to person, depending on factors like oral hygiene, dietary habits, and overall health.
If your dental veneers become damaged, it’s important to contact your dentist as soon as possible. Whether it’s a chip, crack, or complete dislodgement, your dentist will be able to assess the damage and determine the best course of action.
Here’s a general guide on what to do:
Minor Chips or Cracks: Minor damage to your veneers, such as small chips or cracks, may be repairable. Your dentist can often smooth minor chips or use a composite resin to repair the veneer.
Large Chips or Cracks: If the damage is significant, the veneer may need to be replaced entirely. Your dentist will take an impression of your tooth and send it to a lab where a new veneer can be fabricated.
Veneer Fell Off: If a veneer falls off, keep it in a safe place and avoid trying to reattach it yourself. Your dentist may be able to reattach it, or it may need to be replaced if it’s damaged.
In all cases, refrain from trying to fix the veneer yourself. Over-the-counter glues can damage your veneer and underlying tooth, and could potentially lead to more severe dental issues.
While waiting for your dental appointment, try to keep the area clean and avoid foods that could cause further damage. If you’re experiencing discomfort, over-the-counter pain relievers can be used, but it’s always best to seek professional advice from your dentist promptly.
Remember, the best way to prevent damage to your veneers is to take good care of them by maintaining good oral hygiene, avoiding hard or crunchy foods, not using your teeth as tools, and wearing a mouthguard if you play contact sports or grind your teeth at night. Regular dental check-ups also ensure that any issues are caught and addressed early.
Yes, a nightguard can be beneficial if you have dental veneers, particularly if you have a habit of grinding or clenching your teeth at night, a condition known as bruxism.
Grinding or clenching can put extra pressure on your veneers, leading to potential damage such as chips, cracks, or even dislodgement of the veneer. A nightguard acts as a protective barrier between your upper and lower teeth, absorbing and dispersing the forces from grinding or clenching, thereby helping to protect your veneers (and your natural teeth) from damage.
Even if you don’t knowingly grind or clench your teeth, it can sometimes happen unconsciously during sleep. If your dentist has recommended a nightguard, it could be because they’ve noticed signs of bruxism during your dental check-ups.
As always, it’s important to discuss any questions or concerns you might have with your dentist. They can provide further information tailored to your specific situation and help you make an informed decision.
Yes, it is possible to still get tooth decay or cavities behind your dental veneers. Veneers cover the front surface of your teeth, but the uncovered sides and back of your teeth remain susceptible to decay. Additionally, if the edge of the veneer doesn’t fit perfectly against your tooth, bacteria can get in and cause decay.
This is why maintaining good oral hygiene is essential, even after getting veneers. Regular brushing and flossing, using mouthwash, along with routine dental check-ups and cleanings, can help prevent decay and ensure the longevity of your veneers.
It’s also crucial to remember that while veneers are highly stain-resistant, they aren’t completely immune to discoloration, especially if exposed to certain substances like tobacco, coffee, tea, or red wine over a prolonged period. Proper dental care is critical in maintaining the aesthetics of your veneers as well.
As always, if you experience any discomfort or suspect you might have a cavity, it’s best to contact your dentist as soon as possible for a check-up.
We accept all major health funds