If you are looking to upgrade your smile, dental veneers may be the solution for you. Dental veneers are a permanent treatment option that conceals an array of cosmetic imperfections. In addition, veneers are natural-looking and are easily customised to match the colour of your natural teeth.
The dental team at EDentist Bentleigh East believes that everyone should feel confident with their smile. We provide the most reliable and trusted general, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry. Contact our office today for more information on our veneer treatments or to schedule an appointment.
Dental veneers are thin, tooth-shaped shells that cover the tooth’s entire surface to correct misshapen, broken, or undersized teeth. A dentist adjusts the colour to find the perfect match to your natural tooth for a seamless and radiant smile. Veneers can last for years with proper cleaning and care.
EDentist is here to answer all your dental veneer questions or concerns. We will review your treatment options and help you decide which plan is best for you.
With our smile design service, you can choose exactly how you want your teeth to look. Dental veneers enhance the overall look of your smile and correct numerous cosmetic issues. Some of the most common problems veneers fix are gaps between teeth or misshapen teeth. They also improve the colour of your teeth and cover any cracked or broken teeth.
EDentist uses the latest technology and best practices to ensure that your veneers are comfortable and flawless. Contact our office today to schedule your consultation.
The first step is having one of our dentists examine your teeth for hidden problems. Then your dentist will reshape your teeth to ensure a perfect fit. Next, the dentist will take an impression and record the colour of your teeth.
The lab uses the mould to create your veneers, while the colour and shade help match the veneers to your other teeth. Generally, the dentist will issue temporary veneers while you wait for your permanent set. Once your customised veneers come in, the dentist will bond them to your teeth.
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