Bringing out your best potential smile
Dental Veneers which can also be referred to as Porcelain veneers, are wafer-thin, custom made shells of a tooth coloured material which we can custom made to suit your unique smile.
Veneers are designed to cover the front surface of your teeth and mainly used to improve your appearance, close the gaps, brighten the smile and make teeth look straighter.
In order to create the veneers, our dentist needs to take impressions of your smile, as all smiles differ, and your veneers are custom made for your mouth and smile. We use the most accurate and advanced digital scanner to assist our job, no unwelcome feeling of dental impression material in your mouth anymore.
At SmileOn Perth, we only use quality dental labs to produce your veneers. In certain cases, we may ask you to visit the labs for a color match to achieve the best possible aesthetic outcome for you.
Veneers are a great solution for the following situations:
Where teeth are worn down
Where teeth are chipped or broken
Teeth that are not lined up, uneven or irregular shaped – for example, have craters or blue lines in them
Teeth with gaps between them to close the space between the teeth.
Teeth that have darkened due to trauma or root canal treatment.
Patients who have had braces but the teeth are moved back due to not wearing retainers.
More mature patients who want their colour improved and whitened as it shows youth and dental health.
Teeth that have stains from tetracycline or other drugs, excessive fluoride or other causes will benefit from porcelain veneers
Patients who have composite fillings can benefit from porcelain veneers.
Veneers for your beautiful smile
As porcelain Veneers are more stain resistant than composite veneers, we offer suitable types of veneers to our patients depending on their teeth condition.
Gold & Silver Veneers
Gold and silver veneers which are gaining popularity and are also available for those who want something a little bit different for their smile.
Solutions for everyone
Porcelain Veneers Perth
There are many dentists who fit porcelain veneers in Perth, but not every dentist skill is the same.
SmileOn Perth is one of the clinic that does the most porcelain veneers in Perth and even in Australia. We fit more than 1500 dental veneers each year. With the substantial experience in fitting porcelain veneers, we understand how to better tailor made the veneers to suit your unique smile.
Getting your veneers
What is the procedure for getting dental veneers?
The advantages of dental veneers are:
They provide a natural tooth appearance and most people will never know you have placed a veneer over your existing teeth.
Gums tissue tolerates porcelain well – however we encourage you to see your dentist every 6 months to maintain full dental health.
Porcelain veneers are stain resistant but on this note they cannot be whitened either.
The colour of the porcelain veneer can be chosen to make darker teeth look whiter – but there are factors when choosing your veneer colour as it is permanent, and we want you to age well with the colour and make the veneers looks as natural as possible.
Veneers offer a conservative approach to changing a tooth colour and shape. Once again, they do not require a major amount of tooth reshaping prior to the procedure.
Veneers vs Teeth Whitening?
The porcelain veneers are stain-resistant and are made from top quality porcelain, they can give you the bright white look for your new teeth. If you look after them, you get many years of enjoyment from them.
Excessive consumption of coffee, tea and red wine as well as cigarette smoking will increase the chances of superficial staining. As with natural teeth, it is best to keep exposure to these stain-causing agents to a minimum. Your half yearly check-up and clean with your dentist should keep them nice and fresh
Most people choose to do porcelain veneers for their top front teeth, and you may blend in your bottom teeth with teeth whitening to achieve a new fresh look. However the result with teeth Whitening is not permanent, you would have to revisit the teeth whitening from time to time to maintain the color of your teeth.
Your New Smile
How long do veneers last?
Porcelain veneers usually last between 5 and 10 years. Some patients whose veneers are 20 years old and still look as perfect as the day they were fitted provided that you look after them well.
Look after your veneers
How to take care of your veneers
Unlike other dental procedures, the recovery process doesn’t take an extended amount of time. Although we do say it takes a few days to get used to the veneers. But from a recovery process you can go back to work straight away.
It is important that you brush your teeth twice a day and floss daily as normal and keep your teeth clean and gums healthy.
Porcelain Veneers can last between 5-10 years however certain precautions can help make sure that you get the longest lifespan out of them possible, these precautions include:
Don’t chew on hard objects like pens, ice and fingernails. We always mention these three things, but we suggest you take care of your veneers like you would anything precious
Never use your teeth to open packaging or condiment packages
Try not to chew with your veneers. For example, if you are going to eat an apple, don’t bite into it, cut it first and then bite into the apple and enjoy it. Eat harder foods with your back teeth only.
If you grind your teeth at night, it is highly recommended that you wear an occlusal splint to protect the beautiful veneers
If you play sports wear a mouth guard that you can order from us as we will have your impressions of your new smile
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