Porcelain Veneers

A porcelain veneer is a thin layer of porcelain which is made to cover the front surface of the tooth. A porcelain veneer can change the appearance of the existing tooth, similar to a false nail.

Many patients suffering from dental problems such as discoloured, crooked or mal-positioned teeth, are able to experience brilliant results with porcelain veneers. By using a porcelain compound, which is added to the tooth in a number of very fine layers, the appearance of a tooth can be significantly improved.

In your initial appointment you and your dentist will work out exactly what you want and ensure that we are able to deliver the desired results. Then, your dentist will remove a thin layer of your existing teeth to create room for the veneer. Finally your veneer will be expertly created and permanently affixed to your existing teeth at the gum-line so you walk out with a bright, new smile.

If you are suffering from crooked, gapped, chipped, discoloured, small, worn or generally unsatisfying teeth, contact our friendly team at The Dental Practice in Bathurst to arrange a consultation.