Composite Veneers In Melbourne

Are you looking for a way to improve your smile? Are you tired of constantly hiding away your teeth because they’re misaligned or damaged? If so, composite veneers may be what you’re looking for.

Composite veneers are the perfect solution for repairing the structure of your teeth while keeping them looking natural and fully functioning. Through the process of dental bonding, composite veneers become a quick and easy treatment that will transform the aesthetic appeal of your smile. For the best composite veneers in Melbourne, choose our team at ProSmiles today.

At ProSmiles, we’ve gained years of experience in providing our patients with the perfect smile which leaves them feeling confident and ready to tackle the world.

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Dental Bonding Melbourne

From the use of antibiotics to smoking, coffee and tea consumption to the affects of time and wear and tear, teeth may become discoloured and stained. The staining of teeth can impact your confidence and social interactions.

Dental or composite bonding is a commonly used conservative approach in covering stains and rebuilding teeth that have been fractured, stained or sustained damage.

At ProSmiles our experts offer cosmetic contouring on teeth with dental bonding Melbourne that can enhance the appearance of crooked teeth and may be used to close spaces between teeth. Composite bonding is also used in the treatment of temporary bite changes with less invasive techniques that would normally compromise the integrity of the natural tooth.

What is Composite Dental Bonding?

Improve and enhance your smile with dental bonding! A process of applying a matched resin to your teeth, composite bonding is then hardened using an intense light. This ensures the resin adheres to the dentin and enamel of the tooth, limiting the amount of tooth structure that needs to be removed.

Dental bonding is an alternative to dental crowns and veneers, whilst highly affordable and a quick resolution, bonding is susceptible to staining. The process may need to be repeated after a 5-8-year period. Whilst not an equivalent to crowns, the immediate results and transformation is very rewarding for your patients.

What is Composite veneers?

Composite veneers are thin shells that fit over the front of your original teeth to improve the overall appearance of your smile. Composite veneers are made from resin which is customised to match the distinct colour of your natural teeth so that they’re an easy fit for your smile.

Composite veneers are perfect for covering imperfections such as crooked, misshapen, chipped, stained or discoloured teeth. Hence, for aesthetic purposes, composite veneers are a smart choice.

Indications Of Composite Dental Bonding

  • Repair chipped or cracked teeth
  • Improve the appearance of discoloured teeth due to tea, coffee and antibiotics
  • Close the diastema (the gap between the front teeth)
  • Elongate teeth
  • Alter the shape of teeth
  • As a cosmetic alternative to amalgam fillings
  • Protect the tooth’s root that has been exposed when gums recede

Fractured and cracked teeth can be restored using this dental technique. Transforming badly decayed teeth and lengthening and reshaping teeth, depending on your requirements, composite bonding offers an affordable alternative to dental crowns and veneers.

The Benefits Of Composite Veneers?

There are many benefits associated with choosing composite veneers as your dental restorative treatment, including

  • The composite veneers cost per tooth is lower compared to other procedures such as porcelain veneers
  • A short application process if direct veneers are chosen
  • An ideal solution for aesthetic problems such as misshapen, discoloured or crooked teeth
  • Damage to composite veneers can be easily repaired – including any chips or cracks that may occur over time
  • When the porcelain veneers are implanted onto your teeth, less natural enamel needs to be removed, therefore, keeping the original structure of your teeth intact

To understand more of the benefits associated with composite veneers, talk to our team of composite veneers Melbourne dentists today and we’ll show you descriptive composite veneers before and after photos which will leave you wanting to transform the look of your teeth as soon as possible.

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Types Of Composite Veneers In Melbourne?

There are two types of composite veneers that you can choose from – each made with the same material but differing in the application process.

Direct Composite Veneers

Made from a resin material, direct composite veneers are applied to your teeth in one appointment. Therefore, making them a quick, easy option for transforming the look of your teeth. Direct composite veneers are known to be minimally invasive, and at ProSmiles, we can prepare your teeth for application efficiently and without any extra procedures. When you want composite veneers without any of the hassle, choose direct composite veneers from our specialists at ProSmiles. Contact us today to find out more about direct composite veneers.

Indirect Composite Veneers

The application process for indirect composite veneers is different. Although your teeth are prepared in the same way as when getting direct composite veneers, the veneers are custom-made outside of the patient’s mouth. These veneers are created in our dentist’s office and take longer to form than traditional direct composite veneers. Our dentists are ProSmiles will ensure that you receive a temporary set of veneers until your indirect veneers are made. Once you arrive at your next appointment, your indirect veneers will be applied to your teeth using a layer of adhesive and you’ll finally have a new, perfect smile that you can start showing off to the world.

Due to the increased durability of indirect veneers, these composite veneers cost per tooth tends to be higher. To find out more about composite veneers cost in Melbourne and the differences between direct and indirect veneers, contact our team today.

Maintaining Your Composite Veneers

Ensuring that your composite veneers last as long as possible can be achieved through standard maintenance and appropriate dental care routines. On average, composite veneers last 5-7 years if maintained properly, and can even exceed this limit if the appropriate measures are taken.

However, after this, you will usually need a replacement set of veneers to maintain an aesthetically pleasing look for your teeth.

You can take care of your composite veneers through regular, yet simple dental care routines such as brushing twice a day, using a non-abrasive toothpaste and resisting to chew on ice or any other overly hard foods or objects.

To keep your composite veneers clean and stain-free, you may also choose to steer clear of drinks like coffee or wine, which may discolour your veneers over time.

When you choose ProSmiles for your new composite veneers, we’ll outline all the procedure guidelines in detail so that you know what to expect both composite veneers before and after the treatment. Contact us today for more information on maintaining your composite veneers and how you can prolong their lifecycle.

Composite Veneers FAQs

Utilise composite veneers as a way of restoring the natural look of your teeth. We’ve answered some of your most frequently asked questions about composite veneers and how they work. For more information, call us on (03) 8613 3416.

How long do composite veneers last?

Composite veneers usually last between 4-8 years. Composite veneers are durable but after this amount of time, you will need a replacement set of veneers for proper functionality and aesthetic appeal. However, you can extend the lifecycle of your composite veneers by ensuring that you take good care of them and regularly maintain them through routine cleaning and good oral hygiene. Use a non-abrasive toothpaste, make sure you’re brushing regularly, and resist the urge to chew on any hard objects so that your composite veneers last as long as possible.

How to whiten composite veneers?

Traditional whitening treatments don’t work on composite veneers, however, this doesn’t mean that you can’t improve the look of them. Treatments such as professional cleaning can help get rid of stains and provide a more aesthetically appealing look to your set of teeth. If your veneers happen to be extremely discoloured, we may recommend replacing them. Otherwise, basic care and good dental hygiene will be sufficient solutions when it comes to taking care of your composite veneers.

How much do composite veneers cost in Melbourne?

On average, in Melbourne, composite veneers cost $250-$1,500 per tooth. However, the cost for composite veneers varies depending on the individual case such as how complex the procedure will be, how many teeth need composite veneers, and a range of other factors. For more information on pricing, contact our team today.

How much do composite veneers cost per tooth?

The cost of composite veneers per tooth will be around $250-$1,500 depending on a range of circumstances and factors. At ProSmiles, we aim to keep our prices affordable while ensuring everyone gains access to premium dental health care – including the installation of composite veneers. We want you to show off your smile, and therefore, our dentists are professionally trained in composite veneers treatment.

What are composite veneers?

Veneers are thin shells that fit over the existing teeth to improve appearance and support in overall functionality. Composite veneers are made with tooth-coloured resin and then applied onto your teeth. There are two types of composite veneers, direct and indirect, which are made of the same material but applied in different ways. For more information on the two types of composite veneers, contact our team of professionals today.

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For more information on composite veneers or teeth bonding Melbourne any of our other dental care treatments, contact our team at ProSmiles today or call us on (03) 8613 3416.