Cosmetic Dentistry

Porcelain Veneers

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Porcelain Veneers

Lillybrook Dental Kallangur creates beautiful smiles with porcelain veneers

Treatment with porcelain or ceramic veneers is a way to regain a natural smile by restoring the front surface of the tooth, reducing gaps and building up worn teeth so they appear natural, as new.

As a function of teeth undergoing natural and accidental changes, becoming stained, moving out of alignment, or suffering chips or cracks that detract from our overall appearance, porcelain veneers offer the benefit of a return to their natural appearance.

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When should I get porcelain or ceramic veneers?

Porcelain or ceramic veneers are an option if you have:
  • Spaces between teeth
  • Teeth that are broken, cracked or chipped
  • Teeth which are coloured or stained
  • Different shaped or crooked teeth
  • Fillings which detract from the appearance of your teeth
It is essential that porcelain veneers are attached to healthy teeth and gums. Any dental conditions will need to be treated before the attachment of veneers. Bruxism or teeth grinding can impact veneers, so if you suffer from this condition, we recommend wearing of a night guard to protect your teeth.

How are porcelain veneers made?

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Each porcelain or ceramic veneer is custom made to a particular tooth to which it is bonded. The surface of the tooth will have been prepared in advance of the application of the veneer. It may take a little time for your mouth to become accustomed to the changed shape, though teeth cleaning and flossing can continue as usual.

An alternative option is the use of composite resin, layered onto the tooth by the dentist, hardened and polished to appear natural.

A follow up visit with your dentist within a couple of weeks of your veneers being attached is advisable.

Want advice about porcelain veneers? Let Lillybrook Dental help you achieve a smile you love.

Any invasive or surgical procedure has risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner. Individual results can vary.

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