Can I get Veneers?

What are porcelain veneers used for?

Veneers are a highly effective way to improve and brighten your smile! They are commonly used to conceal imperfections such as tooth discolouration, chipped or slightly gapped teeth. However, not everyone will be eligible for this treatment, as other dental treatments may be required, such as, Crowns or orthodontic treatments.

Veneers are customised, tooth coloured Porcelain shells composed individually to meet each client’s unique dental needs. Our dentist will evaluate the condition of your teeth and discuss your expectations for the treatment to ensure that Veneers can help you achieve the improved smile you want and complete any additional recommended treatments.

You may be a possible candidate for Dental Veneers if you:

  • Have healthy teeth free from decay
  • Have moderately straight teeth and no crowding
  • Free from large gaps between teeth
  • Are absent of any gum disease and any periodontal work in progress
  • Have a properly aligned bite
  • Have reasonably even-sized teeth
  • Have sufficient healthy tooth enamel
  • Have reasonable expectations

You will not be a candidate for Dental Veneers if:

  • You have crowded malposition or misaligned teeth
  • About to start any orthodontic treatments
  • You have a severely misaligned bite
  • You are a severe grinder or clencher
  • You have thin tooth enamel
  • Have weak or brittle teeth
  • Gum disease is present
  • Oral hygiene is not a priority to you
  • You have gum disease
  • Excessive smoking and drinking of carbonated sugar beverages

Porcelain Veneers cannot treat everything

Dental Veneers are a cosmetic treatment, therefore, can not be used to treat more complex dental issues which will be better addressed through alternative treatments eg. orthodontics, crowns, implants, bridges etc.

Contact Us

If you believe you’re a suitable candidate for Veneers, please complete our Online Assessment Form with all required images, to receive your personalised Dental Recommendation and quote!