Dental Veneers

Dental Veneer helps in enhancing your smile. Veneers are one of the most standard cosmetic dentistry treatments. They may be beneficial for people who want a long-term solution to constant cosmetic concerns. At Smile Collective Dental Couture, we offer several types of veneers depending on your precise goals. 

The biggest advantage of dental veneers is their ability to create straighter, whiter teeth. Because they cover the surface of teeth thoroughly, they can surely do a better job of restoring a bright, healthy smile. 

Planning to get Dental Veneers?

Veneers are a splendid way to improve your smile, especially if your teeth are chipped, deformed, discoloured or will not and cannot be whitened. The positive thing is that veneers can be done in only a few visits, the colour easily changes, and the porcelain has the real look of teeth and will not stain.

When applied, your smile immediately looks whiter, straighter and properly shaped. If you are planning to get Dental Veneers, book your appointment with us!

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Benefits of Dental Veneers

Functions just like natural teeth

Close gaps and chips, and hide wear

Prevent discolouration

Easy to take care of

Offer a quick solution to cosmetic issues

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How Do They Work?

To place porcelain veneers, we will require to remove a thin layer of tooth structure so that each restoration can fit correctly. Minimal prep veneers are also available in some possibilities, although patient selection is on a case-by-case basis. Same-day composite bonding veneers are also an option.

For teeth with structural damage, advanced wear or large areas of decay, a protective porcelain crown is usually more suitable.

By pairing veneers together, we can recreate the look of a person’s smile without changing anything else about their teeth.

Caring for Your New Veneers

To ensure your smile investment lasts as long as possible, we recommend caring for veneers as if they were natural teeth. Make a habit to brush them with a soft toothbrush twice a day, floss daily, use sensitive toothpaste, and plan regular checkups. Wearing a protective nightguard to sleep in is also beneficial. It is a good idea to avoid hard, crispy and tough-to-chew foods such as nuts, coffee, tea, wine, chips and steak. However, you should be aware that dental veneers will have to be replaced after some time, regardless of how well you take care of them.

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Why Choose Us?

Caring and Professional Dental Team

The moment you walk through our doors, our team will treat you like family and make you feel at ease. 

State-of-the-art Dental Technology and Equipment

We are committed to staying up-to-date with the latest advances in dental technology and equipment. 

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Flexible and Friendly Services

No matter the treatment, we aim to provide you with flexible and friendly services.

High-quality and Reliable Treatments

At Smile Collective, we provide proven and guaranteed results, and also ensure high-quality treatments are delivered to all!

Frequently Asked Questions

No, dental veneers are not permanent. While veneers will not persist forever, with proper care and regular dental appointments, they can effortlessly last between 10 and 20 years. This is a prolonged amount of time for a cosmetic dental option to last, which is why veneers are so famous.

Yes, dental veneers can get stained. They can have extrinsic stains that can appear on the outside of the veneer. Two typical reasons that extrinsic stains will emerge are intaking specific foods and drinks and smoking. Patients with veneers can go to a dentist and have them cleaned.

No. Veneers don’t vigorously damage your teeth. Nevertheless, it’s still possible for the natural tooth design underneath to decay. Thus, it’s essential to brush, floss and visit your dentist regularly for cleanings.

  • Brush at least twice a day with a nonabrasive fluoride toothpaste and a soft-bristled toothbrush.
  • Floss between your teeth once daily.
  • Use an antibacterial mouthwash
  • Visit your dentist for regular checkups and cleanings.