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Porcelain veneers are produced by hand in an Australian Dental Laboratory by a master technician under controlled conditions. The exterior of the tooth may be reduced minimally to allow for replacement of this surface with strong ceramic materials. ensuring both aesthetic and function.

INDIRECT VENEERS can be fabricated in a ceramic laboratory from an impression of the teeth.The porcelain does not stain easily and can last between ten and twenty years or more.The cost is reflected in this difference and time and materials.

Placement of dental veneers are used to improve the appearance and leave the tooth in a stronger more cosmetic appearance for example where at teeth are chipped worn or discolored.

Commonly Asked questions about Direct Veneers
  • What's the difference between a crown and a veneer. 
    A dental crown is the restoration of the anatomical portion of the tooth that is visible above the gum line.It usually is a complete or full veneer of the tooth. A veneer is a restoration of some of the surfaces of a tooth typically like a false fingernail promoting colour and shilouette


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