Dental Porcelain Veneers Melbourne | The Dental Room
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Dental Porcelain Veneer Teeth

Porcelain veneers improve the appearance of teeth by correcting imperfections such as chips, cracks, gaps, misalignment, worn teeth, and discolouration. Dental veneers made of porcelain material are long-lasting and result in a natural appearance. By matching the colour to the surrounding teeth, clients can have veneers fitted on part or all their teeth.

The Dental Room uses an effective five-step approach to porcelain veneers starting with the obligation free consultation. During this appointment, our dentist and in-house ceramist can examine your teeth and personally assess if veneers would be beneficial for you. After discussing what kind of smile result you want to achieve, we will determine the best individual plan for delivering the goals you have in mind.

The next step is to document and get moulds of your current teeth. The ceramist will use the moulds to create a ‘wax up’ or model to generate a preview of your ideal smile. The Dental Room recommends creating a ‘trial smile’ so you get a better idea of how your teeth will look by making temporary veneers using the information obtained from the wax-up.

Once you fit the trial smile on your existing teeth, you can decide what changes you want to make to tooth shapes, lengths, or colours. This technique allows you to be fully confident before you move forward and commit to the production and application of your permanent veneer teeth.

During the next step of the process, the ceramist creates your unique veneers. A week or two later, you will come back into the practice to have your custom-made veneers bonded in place.

If you want to transform your smile, contact The Dental Room to schedule your no-obligation consultation.

Disclaimer: Results may vary between individuals. Any dental procedure carries risks and benefits. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified practitioner.

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