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Teeth Veneers

Veneers are thin moulds, commonly made from porcelain, that are placed on the front surface of a tooth. They are an effective solution for correcting stained, crooked, or chipped teeth, and can also be used for covering gaps between teeth where orthodontic treatment cannot be used.

 

Veneers improve the aesthetics of your smile by being bonded to the front surface of the tooth only – no extractions needed – and they take the shape, size, and colour of regular teeth, creating a natural look. Discuss with your dentist to find a healthy shade of white that looks great in your mouth. Our dentists at Crestmead Dental are fully trained and qualified to give patients amazing veneers. We use the latest technology to get quality results for every procedure.

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Why Choose Veneers?

Veneers are a popular cosmetic dentistry treatment for multiple reasons, including:

Improving teeth colour ​

Over time, teeth can become a yellowish colour. This can occur naturally or because of lifestyle choices such as drinking coffee or smoking. Tooth discolouration can also be a result of medical treatments, such as high doses of antibiotics. In some cases, veneers are a better choice to achieve whiter teeth than tooth whitening, depending on the health of the natural tooth.

Improve the shape of teeth

Teeth can be too small or too short naturally, which can reduce your confidence in your smile. Veneers can completely remodel and transform your smile.

Improving alignment

People who need to straighten their teeth without using braces may require dental veneers. This is a quick way to cover gaps and correct irregular teeth. This treatment is not advisable for younger patients because it involves removing healthy tooth enamel, which cannot be reversed.

Repair damage from tooth grinding

People who have suffered from tooth grinding, also known as bruxism, may have worn the enamel off of their teeth. Applying veneers can help restore the cosmetic appearance. It also reduces tooth sensitivity to hot or cold foods and drinks

Types of Veneers

There are two main types of veneers that can help transform your look:

Porcelain

Porcelain veneers are a thin shell that is bonded to the front of the teeth, and their appearance resembles that of a natural tooth. They can also be made to fit into the gap left by part of a missing tooth. These can be added to your dental formula after your dentist prepares the teeth by removing small amounts of enamel. The dentist then makes a mold of the prepared teeth, and attaches the custom-porcelain shells to fit.

Custom Resin

These veneers are made from a tooth-coloured resin material and are bonded to the tooth. They are easy to attach, although aren’t as durable as porcelain.

Custom resin veneers don’t require too much natural enamel to be removed. Our dentists sculpt the composite material, harden it using a specialist light, and then polish it to resemble natural teeth.

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Dental veneers are a great option to improve the aesthetic of your smile. We have the expertise and tools at Crestmead Dental to give you top quality results.

Frequently Asked Questions

Teeth veneers are thin, custom-made shells of tooth-coloured material designed to cover the front surface of teeth to improve their appearance. Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental can be used to improve the colour, shape, size and overall aesthetics of teeth.

Teeth veneers are considered a semi-permanent solution, as they can last for up to 10 years with proper care and maintenance.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental are designed to be bonded to the front surface of teeth, taking the shape and size of regular teeth. This provides a natural look that can improve the overall aesthetic value of your smile.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental are a non-invasive procedure and should not cause any pain or discomfort.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental can last up to 10 years with proper care and maintenance. However, this may vary depending on lifestyle habits and other factors.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental are typically made from porcelain, as it is known for its durability and resemblance to natural teeth.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental are designed to be bonded to the front surface of teeth and will not cause any damage. However, it is important to discuss with your dentist the potential risks and benefits before getting Teeth Veneers.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental do not require any special care beyond regular brushing and flossing as recommended by your dentist.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental are designed to take the shape, size and colour of regular teeth, creating a natural look.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental may not be suitable for everyone and it is important to discuss with your dentist to determine if Teeth Veneers are right for you.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental can be used to cover gaps between teeth where orthodontic treatment cannot be used, improving the aesthetics of your smile.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental can be used to improve the appearance of crooked or misaligned teeth, creating a natural look.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental may or may not be covered by insurance and it is important to check with your insurance provider for more information.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental are generally not suitable for children and it is important to discuss with your dentist to determine if Teeth Veneers is right for them.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental can be used to effectively cover chipped teeth, restoring the overall aesthetics of your smile.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental can be used to cover stained teeth, improving the colour, shape and size of your teeth.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental typically require two appointments. The first appointment is for the initial preparation and consultation, while the second appointment is to bond the Teeth Veneers onto your teeth.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental can provide a range of benefits including improved aesthetics, restoring the appearance of stained, crooked and chipped teeth, as well as covering gaps between teeth.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental are a semi-permanent solution and can last up to 10 years with proper care and maintenance.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental do not require any special maintenance beyond regular brushing and flossing as recommended by your dentist.  Teeth veneers should also be avoided from heavy biting forces, as this may cause them to chip or crack.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental should not be painful, although there may be some minor discomfort during the procedure due to the drilling of the tooth or when the Teeth Veneer is being bonded.  Your dentist will explain the Teeth Veneers procedure in detail and will provide anaesthesia if necessary.  Discuss with your dentist any concerns you may have regarding Teeth Veneers.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental may vary in cost depending on factors such as the number of Teeth Veneers needed, the complexity of your dental care, and the materials used.  It is important to discuss with your dentist about Teeth Veneers’ cost before getting Teeth Veneers.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental can be removed if a Teeth Veneer becomes damaged or if you want to change your Teeth Veneer.  Discuss with your dentist about the risks and benefits of Teeth Veneers removal before deciding.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental are generally not reversible, although Teeth Veneers can be replaced with different Teeth Veneer material or taken off permanently.  Discuss with your dentist to find out more information about Teeth Veneers reversibility.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental may or may not be covered by insurance, depending on your plan and coverage. It is important to check with your insurance provider about Teeth Veneers coverage before getting Teeth Veneers.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental typically require two appointments. The first appointment is for the initial preparation and consultation, while the second appointment is to bond Teeth Veneers onto your teeth. During the Teeth Veneers preparation, your dentist will take an impression of your teeth and discuss Teeth Veneers options with you. During the Teeth Veneers bonding appointment, your Teeth Veneer will be placed and adjusted to fit your desired look and shape.

Teeth Veneers from Crestmead Dental can be used to fix crooked teeth, as Teeth Veneers cover the front surface of the tooth and take on the shape, size and colour of a regular tooth. Discuss with your dentist about Teeth Veneers as a solution for crooked teeth before deciding.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental are semi-permanent and can last up to 10 years with proper care and maintenance.  Teeth Veneers should also be avoided from heavy biting forces, as this may cause them to chip or crack. Discuss with your dentist about Teeth Veneers’ lifespan and maintenance before deciding.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental typically require two appointments, the first appointment is for preparation and consultation while the second appointment is to bond Teeth Veneers onto your teeth. Teeth Veneer placement from Crestmead Dental usually takes about an hour or two for the Teeth Veneer to be placed and adjusted to fit your desired look and shape.

Teeth veneers from Crestmead Dental feel like regular teeth and blend naturally with your existing teeth. Teeth Veneers take on the shape, size and colour of a regular tooth, creating a natural look. Teeth Veneers may require some minor adjustments to fit properly but should be comfortable when in place. Discuss with your dentist any Teeth Veneers discomfort before deciding.

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DR HENRY WONG

Dr Henry Wong is a local dental graduate, having done his studies at the University of Queensland. He has had over 20 years of practical experience, providing a wide range of services in the various fields of dentistry. He has a strong interest in Dental Implants, Orthodontics (braces and aligners) and Cosmetic Dentistry. Henry regularly attends a range of continuing education courses, and is very much up to date with his continuing professional development requirements.

Dr Henry enjoys spending time with his family and young daughter. They are often the reluctant subjects one of his other interests; photography. He likes to unwind by listening to comedy podcasts and tending to his growing collection of indoor plants.