Dental Veneers Sydney

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Composite Veneers: Interest free payment plan from $30/week
Porcelain Veneers: Interest free payment plan from $57/week

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Composite Resin is a polymer based material filled by ceramic particles, it is the most flexible dental material, both in its usage and characteristics.

Composite Resin can be carefully adapted to tooth structures with minimal or no cutting to tooth structures, and can often blend into the tooth structure seamlessly.*

The average expected life-span of the veneers range between 5-10 years, with higher possibility of repairs required due to chipping and staining which may compound to long term cost to the restoration**.

*Tooth preparation varies significantly between individuals. Your dentist will be able to advise this on examination.

**Repairs incur a standard restoration cost.

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Dental ceramics have long been regarded as an ideal long-term restorative materials. Dental veneers are a well-practiced technique in modern dentistry, bonded only to the front of the tooth they provide excellent aesthetics for a beautiful smile.

The average life expectancy is between 10-20 years, depending on the actual ceramic materials and techniques as well as the lifestyle habits, diet and oral hygiene of the individual treated with veneers.

Occasionally additional characterisation and processing may be recommended by your dentist to enhance the look of the dental veneer to make it more “life-like”. This requires more time to make the dental veneer and as such additional fees may apply.

Porcelain Veneers: Emax is one of the most popular, dominant dental ceramics around, indicated for a variety of treatment options, most notably, dental cosmetics. Dentists have successfully utilised this ultra-strong dental ceramic for more than a decade with proven track record.

Emax (Lithium Disilicate) has been the “IT” material in the dental industry for the past decade. It has extremely high resistance to fracture and is also regarded as one of the most beautiful dental ceramics in the world. It has been used extremely successfully across the globe by many well-known dentists and ceramists to produce some life-changing smiles. There are also very good clinical track-record to back its use in many difficult situations, including extremely thin veneers, dental crowns and bridges, and even implant restorations where raw strength is required, but aesthetic cannot be compromised.

A customised nightguard may be advised by the dentist to protect the veneers which comes at an additional cost.

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1) The warranty is limited to failures of materials, including debonding/fallen off and fracture of materials. It does not apply to recurrent dental decays, or loss of tooth due to accidents, gum diseases, and dental abscesses.

2) Patient must have had dental examinations and cleans at least twice a year at our practices.

*Note: Conditions apply and you must mention this website promotion when booking your appointment with us at Sydney CBD Dentistry. To speak to one of our friendly staff about the offer, call (02) 8090 1105 or e-mail us at for any questions that you may have and we will respond within 1-2 business hours to all e-mails and Voicemails. We also have 4 other convenient locations through Sydney at North Sydney CBD; Parramatta CBD; Hornsby and North Ryde/Macquarie Park.

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Implant Crowns not included.

Dental veneers is a layer of material that goes over the front surface of your teeth. This material is to be shaped to the patient’s desirable shape and colour to improve on their overall smile. Dental veneers are mainly fabricated with two types of materials, composite and porcelain. They are considered to be restorative and cosmetic dentistry, enhancing the symmetry and appearance for aesthetic purposes. While also acting as a protective layer to help prevent any damages on the tooth surface.

Most people who are considering dental veneers may be a result where other dental treatments are unable to fix the problem. If a patient’s teeth have small teeth which creates huge gaps and spaces. Orthodontic treatment may be able to close the gaps but as a result it can generate an out of proportional smile. Hence Sydney dental veneers will be able to fix this issue by covering the small teeth with the preferable shape.

Other reasons for getting dental veneers could be grinding where the edge of the patient’s teeth has been worn away, making them appear short and prematurely aged. To fix this issue the grinded tooth can be lengthened and the fill the black triangles between teeth caused by gum recession. Same can be achieved for teeth that are crooked or malpositioned. Sydney veneers are able to unify the teeth by shape, colour and symmetry to make the teeth look straight.

Composite veneer uses the composite material to directly place and build up in the patient’s mouth. The composite material allows the dentist to manipulate the material in the mouth and change the veneers shape, size and length. The advantages of having composite veneer is there is minimal preparation work on the patient’s natural teeth. This means the patients who are suitable for composite veneers in Sydney should have reasonably straight teeth. In terms allowing the composite veneer to be as thin as possible. With that in mind composite veneers do have limited shade and to be placed as a thin layer can compromise the whiteness and brightness of the veneer. Also in comparison to porcelain veneers, composite veneers do tend to stain and chip more easily. So regular routine check up and clean with the dental clinic can help monitor and repair the veneers to extend its lifespan.

Porcelain veneer is an indirect method of placing veneers. Unlike composite material the porcelain material is a lot stronger and is fabricated in a dental laboratory. After the porcelain veneer is fabricated it will be later bonded to the patient’s teeth with a resin cement. Porcelain veneer has a wider range of shade, allowing the patients to achieve the Hollywood white smile. The material for porcelain veneer also prevents staining and a less likely chance to chip. In most cases your whole veneer will snap off instead of chipping on the edge. Porcelain veneer can be more accommodating to different cases, allowing patients to have slightly crooked teeth to bigger gaps.

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It takes only about 9 minute drive from Sydney Observatory to Sydney CBD Dentistry. Head north on Upper Fort St toward Watson Rd where Upper Fort St turns left and becomes Watson Rd then turn right onto Argyle St where it turns right and becomes Harrington St. Turn left onto Grosvenor St and continue onto Bridge St then turn right onto Pitt St where we are located on the left side.

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