Dental Veneers Near Mt. Lawley

Dental veneers at Maylands Dental Centre may be ideal if you are unhappy with the alignment, colour, or shape of your teeth. They're popular nowadays as they can give dramatic results for your new smile!

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From Misshapen Teeth to a Bright, Even Smile. They're Possible With Dental Veneers.

A beautiful smile can be a real asset and one of the first things people notice about you. But if your teeth are stained, crooked, gapped or asymmetrical, it kind of makes you want to hold back yourself from smiling.

Indeed, many people feel self-conscious because of the issues with their teeth. Dealing with them can greatly impact some areas of your lifestyle– you might feel shy or uncomfortable when socialising with others.

Dental veneers are a popular cosmetic dental service nowadays. They are thin, tooth-coloured shells designed to seamlessly bond to each front surface of the tooth. The purpose is to alter the appearance of your smile by covering various aesthetic issues, from chipped teeth to uneven smiles. Since they are wafer-thin, veneers can look subtle but can significantly enhance the shade and shape of the teeth. The common materials used to create them are porcelain and composite resin so they can look natural and feel light in the mouth.

At Maylands Dental Centre, the dentists can help you choose the right type of dental veneers for your teeth and provide you with a new smile in just a few visits. Contact us today to schedule a consultation if you’re ready to take the first step towards a more beautiful smile.

Common Reasons You Might Need Dental Veneers

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Why Us

Why Choose
Maylands Dental Centre

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State-of-the-Art Technology And Convenient Location

At Maylands Dental Centre, we take a personalised approach for each patient to achieve their desired results in veneer treatment. We also use high-quality materials and advancements in dental technology to create long-lasting dental veneers. If you’re looking for a dentist near Mt. Lawley, you can find our dental clinic convenient.

Experienced and Friendly Dentists

The dentist in Maylands Dental Centre is highly experienced in fitting veneers, and we work closely with each patient to meet their individual smile goals and desires. The dental team always aim to build a friendly practice and environment that can make every patient feel welcome.
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Accepts All Health Funds

Our clinic partnered with various payment options and accepts most health funds to meet your needs and budget. We believe that everyone deserves to have beautiful and healthy smiles, so we find ways to make veneers accessible for you.

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We accept all health
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If you’re looking for a dental practice that delivers exceptional oral care and cost-effective treatments, Maylands Dental Centre is the place for you. Our dental office is a proud provider of various health funds. We accept HBF, HCF, NIB, and CBHS. Alongside this, we accept government schemes and use the HICAPS system for instant claims of rebates.

FAQ'S

Frequently Asked Questions

Dental veneers are extremely thin shells that are custom-made to match the adjacent teeth and suit the likings of the patient. The dentist will fit each porcelain laminate over your natural tooth surface. They can dramatically change the appearance of your teeth by improving their size, shape, length, and colour. Aside from their cosmetic purposes, veneers may be also used to protect the teeth from further damage. They can cover up minor chips, cracks, and worn-out teeth, and lessen the exposure of the natural enamel.

You can see noticeable changes in your smile following the placement. Depending on your case, you may need anywhere from six to eight veneers to achieve a symmetrical smile. In some cases, only one veneer may be required. Veneers are most typically used on the upper teeth, which are the ones that can be seen when you smile.

At Maylands Dental Centre, we use two types of traditional veneers:

  • Porcelain dental veneers.
    Among different types of dental veneers, porcelain ones are more popular because they are versatile, durable, resist stains, and give a highly natural appearance. The procedure is also conservative as minimal preparation of teeth is needed. Porcelain veneers are made of ceramic materials and have a wide variety of tooth shades.

  • Composite-resin dental veneers.
    These are made of a mixture of inorganic and organic– somehow similar to the material used for making tooth-coloured dental fillings. They can last for many years but are not as durable as porcelain. Composite veneers are sculpted directly onto your teeth instead of fabricating them in a dental lab. As a result, they can usually be completed in one appointment.

Veneer application may vary depending on the type you choose:

  • Composite resin veneers.
    Generally, a composite veneer procedure may take one visit to complete. The dentist will begin by helping you select the shade for your veneer and preparing your teeth. It may require removing a thin layer of tooth enamel to reshape them and make enough room for the veneers. Next, we will bond and shape the composite resin– it is applied layer by layer to each tooth. Finally, using a special light, the material will harden and smooth. The result is a natural-looking smile that can be tailored to your unique facial structure. Composite veneers can be an excellent way to improve the look of your teeth with minimal invasiveness.

  • Porcelain veneers.
    The placement for porcelain veneer application may take up to three weeks from initial consultation to the final procedure. To begin with, the dentist will also remove a thin layer of the surface enamel. Then, we will determine the right shade and make an impression on your teeth to make a model. They will be used to create your veneers in a dental laboratory. A waiting period is necessary; during this time, you may need to wear temporary veneers to protect your natural teeth. Once done, we will ask you to return to have them bonded permanently to your teeth. Your dentist will ensure they are the right size, shape and colour. Depending on the instances, adjustments may be necessary to see if you’re comfortable.
While dental veneers are not permanent, they can last for a very long time if you take care of them. The average lifespan of composite veneers usually lasts between 5 to 7 years. In contrast, porcelain veneers may offer a 10 to 15 shelf life. This varies depending on several factors, but mostly on oral hygiene. If you take adequate care of your teeth, your dental veneers can stay beautiful, and you can enjoy a uniform and bright smile longer.
Maintaining good oral hygiene is the best way to keep your veneers looking beautiful. We advise you to brush your teeth twice daily and floss once daily. Avoid using them to open objects or bite into hard foods, as this can damage the veneers quickly. Visit the dental clinic at least every twice a year or, depending on the dentist’s recommendation, for professional cleanings and checkups.
The cost of dental veneers varies depending on some factors, such as the number of teeth you want to cover, the type of material you choose, and the location of the dental practice. On average, composite resin veneers can cost between $400 and $650 per tooth, which is less expensive than porcelain veneers. They are typically higher, averaging between $1,500 and $1,800 per tooth. However, composite resin commonly has a shorter lifespan, while porcelain tends to be more durable and aesthetically pleasing.

The following are the common alternatives to dental veneers:

  • Teeth whitening.
    Suppose you want to have whiter teeth; one alternative to veneers is professional teeth whitening. It can change the colour of your teeth and brighten your smile without changing the integrity of your tooth structure (removal of enamel). The treatment can be relatively fast and easy, and you will see results after a few sessions depending on your case.

  • Dental crowns.
    Dental crowns are a great alternative to veneers
    if you wish to restore teeth that are broken, worn down, or damaged by tooth decay. At the same time, you want to improve the appearance of your smile. Unlike veneers, which are thin pieces bonded to the front of your teeth, crowns are customised caps designed to fit naturally and match the colour of your smile.

  • Dental bonding.
    It is a simple and cost-effective alternative to veneers that can be used to protect your teeth from further cracks and chips. Furthermore, dental bonding can also address some aesthetic concerns, such as misshapen teeth.

Choosing a suitable cosmetic dental procedure can be based on your smile goals and the kind of aesthetic concerns you may have.