Dental Veneers: What Are They and Do You Need Them?

Having a natural-looking smile lets you wear confidence wherever you go, and with dental veneers anyone can experience the joy of it. If you are considering getting one to transform your teeth, here are the things that you should know. 

What are dental veneers?  

Veneers are a thin custom porcelain sheets that sit on top of your teeth to resemble the look of your enamel. This cosmetic dental treatment is the best option if you want to achieve a natural-looking smile. Depending on your needs your dentist may use dental crowns or veneers to improve your smile. 

Different types of veneers

Many patients may not be aware but there are various types such as porcelain, resin or composite veneers. However, porcelain veners is usually the best option if you want a long-lasting veneer. 

Before deciding, it is important to consult your dentist so they can evaluate your teeth and discuss the right option for you. 

Why do people get veneers? 

Dental veneers are recommended for many oral reasons aside from achieving perfect-looking teeth. This cosmetic dental treatment is also being used for concerns relating to accidents, bad oral habits, or natural reasons, including:  

  • Stained or yellow teeth 
  • Chipped or crooked tooth 
  • Damaged enamel  
  • Misaligned teeth  
  • Uneven smile

How long is the treatment process?

Your dentist will begin by shaping the teeth and get the right shade closest to its color—some may put on temporary veneers. Once you have everything ready, the dental lab will then start creating the veneers, making sure that they are the right fit for you.

In most cases, veneers are professionally completed in just two visits, but the progress will always depend on your case.

Upgrade your smile with Tindale Dental

If you are looking for the right clinic to get your veneers in Penrith, look no other than Tindale Dental. Our experienced dentists can guide you through the whole treatment process of achieving a natural-looking smile. 

For more information, you may schedule an appointment through our website or call us at (02) 4726 5400.