Dental Veneers

Porcelain Veneers and Composite Veneers

At Brisbane Dental and Denture Clinic, porcelain and composite veneers are a highly sought-after cosmetic dental procedure. Veneers are essentially custom-designed overlays attached to the teeth to conceal damage or decay. The veneers are expertly colored to blend seamlessly with your natural teeth, offering an aesthetic solution to various dental imperfections.

This transformation can turn your smile into the radiant, celebrity-like perfection you’ve always desired. Whether you’re looking to rectify uneven teeth alignment, cover heavily stained or damaged teeth, or simply enhance your smile, porcelain or composite veneers can be an ideal choice.

The impact of veneers on a patient’s smile is remarkable. If you’re near Acacia Ridge and considering veneers, or searching cosmetic solutions, our clinic is here to guide you through the process. Contact us now to schedule your appointment and take the first step towards a stunning smile transformation with our porcelain veneers service.

Here is a small pros and cons list to help you make the choice that best suits you:

Porcelain Veneers vs. Composite Veneers

  • Porcelain Veneers: Made of a thin layer of porcelain.
  • Composite Veneers: Composed of a composite resin material.
  • Porcelain Veneers: Offer a more natural and translucent look, closely resembling real teeth.
  • Composite Veneers: Slightly less natural-looking than porcelain but still provide a significant aesthetic improvement.
  • Porcelain Veneers: Highly durable, can last many years with proper care.
  • Composite Veneers: Less durable than porcelain, typically last 1-7 years before needing replacement.
  • Porcelain Veneers: Usually require at least two visits; one for preparation of teeth and another for application.
  • Composite Veneers: Often completed in a single visit/same day.
  • Porcelain Veneers: Generally more expensive due to the material and the process involved.
  • Composite Veneers: More affordable than porcelain.
  • Porcelain Veneers: Resistant to staining and require the same care as natural teeth.
  • Composite Veneers: More prone to staining and may require more frequent polishing.
  • Porcelain Veneers: If damaged, usually need to be replaced.
  • Composite Veneers: Easier to repair or adjust than porcelain.