Composite veneers are made from a tooth coloured filling resin. They are shaped, sculpted and bonded to the teeth in one appointment session, making them a quicker and cheaper option than porcelain veneers. They are used to correct less serious aesthetic problems such as;
- Spaces between the teeth
- Poorly shaped or crooked teeth
- Broken or chipped teeth
- Stained teeth or fillings
Broken or discoloured teeth are restored with a white resin filling material that is seamlessly bonded to the existing tooth, and colour matched so that it can’t be seen at all. Broken edges of front teeth are also repaired in the same way.
Dental veneers are thin, custom-made shells that are made from tooth-coloured materials – such as porcelain – which are designed to cover the front side of your teeth. In order to prepare for dental veneers, Dr Chandra will create a unique model of your teeth, which is sent to our premium dental technician who will make your veneers. Before bonding the veneer to your teeth, Dr Chandra may need to prepare your teeth in order to achieve the desired aesthetic result.
At Dental at Joondalup in Perth’s northern suburbs, the dentist takes an impression of your teeth to make a model and modify the tooth shape to the desired result. The teeth are then prepared and impression taken once again with a very accurate material. The porcelain veneer is about the thickness of a fingernail. The veneer is fitted over your tooth at another visit two weeks later.
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Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Warning: not everyone may be suitable for this treatment and any oral appliance carries risks of treatment.