Porcelain Veneers / Composite Veneers

There are many reasons for superficial white, brown, grey or orange spots on the surfaces of teeth. Often these spots are objectionable as they are unsightly. The discoloration(s) on the teeth can be covered with porcelain veneers or composite veneers. Similarly, mild cases of crooked teeth can be corrected in this manner. A dentist will need to assess which of these would be applicable. Porcelain veneers are thin, custom made pieces of porcelain that are bonded/ glued onto teeth very much like a false finger nail does onto the natural finger nail. The teeth are minimally prepared and are therefore NOT a reversible procedure. This procedure takes 2 appointments.

Composite veneers are fillings that are placed on top of the teeth that require it. This happens in one appointment and is a reversible procedure.

Multiple missing teeth. Before Multiple missing teeth After. Use of composite Veneers

Missing Multiple teeth Before and After using Composite Veneers

Smile Correction Before Smile Correction After. Using Porcelain Veneers

Smile Correction Before and After using Porcelain/ Composite Veneers

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  • Dental Crowns
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The Heights Laser Dental Centre
Suite 52, 200 Mirrabooka Avenue
(cnr Rawlinson Drive)
Alexander Heights 6064
08 9343 5900

Hepburn Heights Dental Centre
1/6 Blackwattle Parade
Padbury 6025
08 9448 0804

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