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Dental Veneers Canley Heights

Protecting your smile at play!

No one wants to smile when their teeth have cracks, chips, stains, and gaps. At Canley Heights Dental Care, we can make your dental wish come true. Cosmetic dentistry, including dental veneers, can enhance your smile.

A picture-perfect smile is within your reach at Canley Heights Dental Care.

Dental veneers are immensely thin custom-made shells of tooth-coloured material or porcelain applied on the front surfaces of your teeth. They improve a flawed smile and cover minor dental issues.

Dental veneers address a number of teeth imperfections, including

  • Discoloured/stained teeth
  • Fractured/chipped teeth
  • Worn-down teeth
  • Misaligned/crooked teeth
  • Gaps/uneven spacing between teeth
  • Irregularly shaped teeth

To have dental veneers placed, patients should:

  • Have good periodontal and overall oral wellness
  • Be committed to proper oral care and hygiene
  • Have particular cosmetic goals, which they can inform their dentists at their initial check-ups, as well as realistic expectations
  • Have a sufficient amount of healthy tooth enamel, as dentists usually remove a thin layer of enamel before putting veneers on
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Benefits of Dental Veneers

Dental veneers are a popular choice for their cosmetic and practical advantages such as:

  • Durable – can last up to 10 years (with proper care)
  • Stain-resistant
  • Look like natural tooth
  • Cover discoloured teeth
  • Close small gaps in between teeth
  • Correct irregularly shaped teeth
  • Cover chips, cracks, and fractures
  • Repair worn down tooth

Dental Veneer Procedure

Before veneers are applied, your Canley Heights dentist removes a very small amount of the tooth’s surface to make room for the veneer.

Your dentist also takes impressions of the teeth and sends it to the dental laboratory so that customised veneers are fabricated. For this reason, veneers usually require two dental visits.

During the first visit, your Canley Heights dentist conservatively prepares the teeth, takes an impression, and applies the temporary veneers.

On your second visit, your dentist removes the temporary veneers, cleans the tooth and attaches the permanent veneers to the teeth. With proper care, veneers usually last for several years.

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Dental Veneers in Canley Heights

Would you like to see what your new smile could look like? Are you considering composite veneers to achieve that perfect smile?

If so, visit your trusted Canley Heights dentist today! Find out which options are best for you.

Visit your Canley Heights dentist today!

If you want to know more about dental veneers in Canley Heights, please call us on (02) 9199 9678 or book your appointment online.

We are located at 1/229 Canley Vale Road in Canley Heights.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who needs a mouthguard?
Mouthguards should be worn by anyone who plays contact sports, and any recreational activity that might be at risk of injury to the mouth would benefit from wearing a protective mouthguard.
Why do I need to use a mouthguard when playing sports?
Accidents can happen anytime. Wearing a mouthguard during activities can help decrease the risk of sports-related injuries.

Mouthguards also help you avoid damage to the teeth, nerve damage to a tooth, or even tooth loss.

How long will my mouthguard last?
Custom-made mouthguards will last between 3 to 5 years if cared for properly and depending on the frequency of usage.

Have your mouthguard checked by your Canley Heights dentist at your visit to ensure it is still in optimal condition and still fits properly.

How do I care for my mouthguard?
To ensure you mouthguard lasts for a long time, rinse with fresh, cold water after every use, store in a rigid/plastic container and keep it out of direct sunlight, as mouthguards are quite malleable when heated.

It is also advised that you wash your mouthguard with mouthwash to keep it sterile.

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