Dental Veeners In North Lakes
If you’re thinking of getting veneers, you’ve come to the right place! Here at Mango Hill Dental, we offer the best in porcelain and composite veneers, so our simple and pain-free procedures allow you to quickly revitalise your smile without breaking the bank.
To make a composite veneer, your dentist will apply several thin layers of a special resin to the front surface of your teeth. As these layers gradually build to form a strong cover, your dentist will shape them to achieve a smooth and natural look. This procedure can be completed in just one appointment and the cost of composite veneers is lower than porcelain veneers, although they are not quite as strong.
A porcelain veneer is a thin shell which is custom-made to fit your natural teeth. In order to fit the veneer securely and make sure that they look natural in your mouth, your dentist will first remove a small amount of the surface of the teeth to be covered. Porcelain veneers are more expensive than composites, but they are stronger and highly resistant to chipping and staining.
Are Veneers the Right Choice for Me?
Dental veneer treatment is perfect for those who have only a few bad teeth affecting the appearance of their smile. Our patients choose veneers to help cover malformed or misshapen teeth, staining, discolouration, unwanted gaps, chips and cracks on one or more teeth.
The Affordable Way to a Perfect Smile
Porcelain or ceramic veneers are extremely natural-looking with a slightly translucent finish that our patients love. Composite veneers don’t have the same translucent finish but are instead colour-matched to your existing teeth to replicate their appearance. Veneers hug the front of your teeth and are permanently bonded in place to give a subtle boost to the appearance of your smile.
If you’d like to find out about dental veneer costs at Mango Hill or make an appointment for a consultation with our dental veneer specialists, call our friendly team now on (07) 4736 8114 or visit our contact page for more ways to get in touch.
- Possible teeth sensitivity
- Possible gum tenderness
If anesthesia is used:
- Anaesthetic will wear off between 1-3 hours post procedure
- Do not chew food on the numb side until feeling has returned
- Hot, cold and pressure sensitivity may be present for a few days
- The injection site may feel a little sore for a few days
- Use a soft toothbrush
- Use a non-abrasive fluoride toothpaste
- If you grind or clench your teeth, ask us about a mouth guard
- Brush often but with minimal pressure