Dental Veneers

Would you like to improve the appearance of stained, crooked or chipped teeth? Veneers are the solution you’ve been looking for. These customised, wafer-thin shells cover the front surface of your teeth, giving you a bright, straight, natural-looking smile.

What Are Veneers

Veneers are a restorative dental treatment used to cover chipped or stained teeth and even hide gaps.
They’re made from either composite material or porcelain, and address several dental issues, including:

Worn Down Teeth
Worn Down Teeth
Broken or <br/> Chipped Teeth
Broken or
Chipped Teeth
Irregularly Shaped </br> or Uneven Teeth
Irregularly Shaped
or Uneven Teeth
Gaps Between Teeth
Gaps Between Teeth

What Types of Veneers Are There?

Composite veneers

If it’s only minor chips, cracks or discolouration that needs addressing, then the material we use for fillings (composite) may be all that’s required.

Porcelain veneers

This treatment involves bonding a slender porcelain coating to the front surface of the tooth. These coatings are strong, durable, resistant to stains and natural-looking. Two appointments are needed for this process as the porcelain shells are custom made in a lab.

If you’re not sure which type of veneer is most appropriate for you, fear not; we’ll guide with the right advice every step of the way.

How Are Porcelain Veneers Applied?


First, we reshape the tooth equal to the thickness of the porcelain veneer. An impression is then taken of the tooth and sent to a specialised lab where the veneer is made. Until it’s ready, we fix a temporary veneer in place.


Before we fix the veneer in place, we check it for fit and colour. Some trimming may be required for a perfect fit. We then prepare the cement that will bond the veneer to the tooth, shading it so it matches the natural colour of your teeth.

How Long Do Veneers Last?

Generally, veneers last for around 10 years, though potentially longer. As we often say, it comes down to your dental hygiene. Brushing, flossing and rinsing must be habitual for you, and we also recommend twice yearly check-ups with your dentist to ensure optimum dental health.

Easy Payment Options

Did you know we have flexible payment options available? You can pay for your weekday and Saturday dental treatment with Zip, Afterpay or National Dental Plan.  Dental treatments are important to your overall health, and it’s best to get that toothache sorted as soon as possible. With Zip, Afterpay and National Dental Plan, the benefits include:

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Health Fund Friendly

We accept all major private health funds and offer on the spot claiming with HICAPS.
We are proud to be Preferred Providers for the following health funds, meaning our patients have access to the highest rebates possible!