Cosmetic Dentistry

There are plenty of dental treatments that would help us improve our smile. One of them is dental veneers.

There are two types of dental veneers and that is composite veneers and porcelain veneers. The difference between the two is the dental veneers cost in Sydney and the lifespan.

Composite Veneers

Composite veneers are made of composite resin that is directly or indirectly moulded and hardened by your cosmetic dentist. Its purpose is just like porcelain veneers but cheaper and less durable as compared to porcelain veneers.

Advantages of Composite Veneers

  • Can be used to cover up teeth imperfections such as:
    • tooth discolouration
    • chipped and broken teeth
    • misaligned or crooked teeth
    • gaps between your teeth
  • Cheaper than porcelain veneers
  • Only takes one appointment
  • Non-invasive and pain-free
  • Can be repaired
  • No need to shave your teeth

Composite Veneers Cost in Sydney

Composite veneers in Sydney are getting more and more popular these days. The main reason for that is, it is way cheaper than porcelain veneers as composite veneers cost per tooth in Sydney is from $800 up to $1,000. Most dental practices offer composite veneers at that range but if you look more into it, you will find that there are dental clinics that offer a more affordable yet excellent quality composite veneers.

How Much are Composite Veneers at Sydney CBD Dentistry?

At Sydney CBD Dentistry, composite veneers are only $695 per tooth which is so much affordable as compared to other dental practices.

Veneer teeth in Sydney are highly in demand because the treatment is worth its price. You will be able to achieve your perfect smile in 1 to 2 visits to complete your treatment.

Veneers Sydney are the ideal treatment if you have severe stain on your teeth and it cannot be removed by laser teeth whitening.

It is important that before you undergo any type of treatments, a thorough examination should be done first to determine if you will be a good candidate for dental veneers.

Not all patients who want to have veneers are eligible. Your cosmetic dentist will determine if you can have veneers or not.

At the end of the day, it will still be your choice if you would like to have composite veneers or porcelain veneers. Weigh the veneers teeth pros and cons of each treatment compare its veneers before and after photos and decide which is better for you.


Composite Veneers in Sydney

Worked at Sydney CBD Dentistry located at in 302/70 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000.