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Composite Veneers

At Perth City Dental, we provide veneer dental treatments as a pain free, less intrusive alternative to crowns. Delivering an individually tailored cosmetic solution, our veneers are the perfect way to enhance your entire dental appearance. Made from either composite fillings, our results are second to none. Have the teeth you’ve always dreamed of with our composite veneers from Perth City Dental.

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What are Composite Veneers?

Composite veneers are made from a high-quality resin material sculpted directly onto the teeth, offering a versatile solution for enhancing your smile.

This method effectively addresses a range of dental imperfections such as discolouration, chips, minor misalignment, or gaps.

Composite veneers provide a more immediate and cost-effective alternative to porcelain veneers. They also require less tooth preparation and are easily repairable.

Composite Veneers Pricing and Finance Options

At Perth City Dental, we believe in making beautiful smiles accessible to everyone. That’s why we offer competitive pricing and flexible finance options for our composite dental veneers.

Our commitment to transparent pricing means you’ll never be surprised by hidden costs, and our tailored finance plans are designed to accommodate various financial situations.

Get in touch with us to explore your options and discover a payment plan that aligns with your budget.

How Much Do Veneers Cost?

Perth City Dental can offer a way to pay with Fund My Dental. You can smile now and pay later for treatments of up to $2000.

A personalised consultation with a dental professional is essential for an accurate quote.

Pricing Estimates for Porcelain and Composite Veneers
Veneers Type Cost
Composite Veneers Starting from $300-$450

What Qualifies a Candidate for Composite Veneers?

Determining your suitability for composite veneers involves considering several factors, including the current state of your dental health and your cosmetic objectives. Here are a few criteria to help you understand what makes an ideal candidate for this transformative procedure.

Dental Health

Healthy Teeth: Candidates should have generally healthy teeth with no active decay. While minor dental issues can be addressed before the veneer application, more severe problems may require alternative treatments before application onto your natural teeth.

Gum Health: The success of composite veneers also depends on the health of your gums. Any existing gum disease must be treated and controlled before the veneers can be applied.

Tooth Structure: Composite veneers are ideal for teeth with sufficient structure and minimal tooth enamel loss. This is because the composite material bonds directly to the tooth’s surface.

Cosmetic Dentistry Concerns

Aesthetic Enhancement: Composite veneers are perfect for improving cosmetic concerns, such as stained teeth beyond what teeth whitening can correct, minor gaps, and slight misalignments.

Desire for a Less Invasive Option: Candidates who prefer a less invasive cosmetic dentistry solution often choose composite veneers. They require minimal tooth surface removal and can be completed in fewer visits.

Oral Habits and Conditions

Manageable Oral Habits: Candidates should not have severe habits that can damage dental work, such as teeth grinding. If present, these habits need to be controlled by using a night guard.
Commitment to Dental Care: Maintaining good oral hygiene is crucial for the longevity of composite veneers. Regular brushing, flossing, and dental check-ups are essential.

Overall Health and Expectations

General Health: Your overall health can impact dental procedures, so any health conditions that might affect treatment should be discussed with your dentist.
Realistic Expectations: Understanding the capabilities and limitations of composite veneers is important. Candidates should have a realistic view of the improvements that can be achieved.

Frequently Asked Questions

While composite veneers are durable, they are not considered a permanent solution like porcelain veneers. With proper care, they can last several years before needing replacement or repair.

Composite veneers can be more prone to staining than porcelain, but maintaining good oral hygiene and regular professional cleanings can help preserve their appearance.

The main differences lie in the materials used, the application method, and the veneers’ longevity. The composite resin material is applied directly to existing teeth, while porcelain veneers are made from ceramic and require a more involved preparation and application process.

The application of composite veneers typically requires just one visit, making it a quicker process than porcelain veneers.

Maintain your composite veneers with regular brushing, flossing, and dental check-ups. It’s also wise to avoid using your teeth as tools or biting into very hard objects to prevent chipping.

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