Types of veneers
The two types of veneers are either porcelain or composite resin. The primary difference lies in the application, with porcelain veneers bonded to the tooth and composite veneers applied to the existing tooth, a layer at a time. Their main purpose is to replace chipped or cracked teeth, discoloured or misaligned teeth; or simply to improve the overall aesthetic appearance.
Whether opting for porcelain or composite resin veneers through the guidance and recommendation of our dental professionals, both are amazing options to achieve your desired goal. The final outcome of veneers guarantees a realistic appearance. Each procedure is handled with the highest level of care and at each step, our team works with our patients to design the most desirable end result and deliver a smile worth showing off.
Advantages of Veneers
Patients can achieve the perfect fit as the veneers are designed to perfectly match the colour and shape of existing teeth
Porcelain materials are durable and will last for years to come
A brand new smile will boost your confidence and reflect the best version of yourself
Porcelain veneers are stain free and do not require regular dental checkups if maintained.