What can I expect during dental veneer treatment?
Part two of our dental veneers three part series…
With modern advancements in cosmetic dental procedures, dental professionals are able to transform your smile with greater ease and efficiency, ensuring you get the smile you deserve without the wait.
Sanctuary Cove Dental offer a wide range of dental treatments designed to give you the confidence that some associate with a healthy and beautiful smile.
We are finding that when it comes to getting amazing results in a short time period, more and more of our patients are turning to the option of dental veneers. For those looking to transform their smile, veneers offer a relatively conservative and relatively painless way to do so.
In our last blog post we kick started our three part series on dental veneers and touched on what exactly veneers are and who is suitable for the procedure, you can read the full blog post here .
Part Two – What you can expect during a dental veneers procedure
Dr Vin will begin by removing 0.3 – 0.7mm of your natural tooth in order to make room for the porcelain veneers. Veneers are made from an ultra-thin porcelain material which mimics the structure and appearance of a natural tooth. Each veneer is customised to fit your smile ensuring a comfortable and natural tooth-like feel.
Once your teeth have been prepared Dr Vin will take an impression to create a mould which will be used to create your new, personalised veneers. A trial smile will be attached for a few days allowing you to get an understanding of what your new smile will look and feel like before the permanent veneers are attached. If following this trial you are happy with the results, Dr Vin will permanently bond the final veneers to your teeth. With the correct care these veneers can last up to 10 years.
Veneers Gold Coast
For those living in or around the Gold Coast region, Sanctuary Cove Dental offers a wide variety of quality cosmetic dental procedures that are capable of transforming the look and feel of your smile.
Keep an eye out for our next blog post where we will be taking a closer look at how to care for your newly fitted veneers.
If you would like to find out more about dental veneers and the procedure, please get in contact with us today.