Get Veneers in Castle Hill To Enhance Your Smile
If you’re unhappy with the colour or shape of your teeth, then we can help with dental veneers. In Castle Hill, Dr Yang customises bespoke veneers to give you a beautiful smile that is both even and symmetric.
Custom-designed to meet your specific needs and style, our cosmetic dental veneers in Castle Hill are a permanent way of creating a smile you’ll love.
Dental veneers are made of incredibly thin porcelain shells which are cemented to the front surfaces of your teeth, transforming their appearance immediately. In many cases, a similar effect can be achieved with composite bonding which costs less but is not as long-lasting.
Our Castle Hill dentist offers completely personalised treatment to achieve your desired smile outcome and will be happy to discuss the most suitable type of treatment for you.
Dental veneers can make your teeth stronger and have the ability -when cared for correctly- to last for more than a decade. Porcelain veneers can be used to conceal stains and blemishes and rejuvenate your smile with the look of healthy, sparkling tooth enamel. Because the shape of each veneer is customised, they can be also used to solve problems like
- An unwanted diastema or large gaps between the teeth
- Chips and fractures and
- Irregularities in teeth
In most cases, dental veneers in Castle Hill are applied to the central upper teeth that show when you smile. Depending on your smile, the condition of your teeth, and your desired outcome, your treatment may involve more or fewer teeth. Sometimes our Castle Hill dentist may apply veneers to the front surface of the lower arch of teeth, but this isn’t always necessary to achieve an attractive natural smile.
Each dental veneer is individually customised and cemented to the front of a tooth. Porcelain is an ideal material for dental veneers because it has a translucency and sparkle that is very similar to that of natural tooth enamel.
Dr Yang is highly experienced in blending porcelain to achieve the exacting shade you require. He can always bleach your remaining teeth to match the shade of your veneers or apply a very thin application of composite to achieve an impressive seamless smile.
Because porcelain veneers in Castle Hill can usually be completed in as few as 2 appointments – and typically cost less than many orthodontic treatments or restorations such as crowns- they are one of our most popular cosmetic treatments.
Can I see what my smile will look like beforehand?
Yes, you can! We believe in involving patients right from the start of their dental veneers treatment. Thanks to the use of digital smile design software, we can give you an on-screen view of how your new smile will look. We find this helps patients communicate their desired outcome more positively.
Infinity Veneers at Beyond Infinity Dental
At Beyond Infinity Dental, Castle Hill, NSW, Sydney we use Infinity Veneers – a groundbreaking innovation that has resolved some of the problems associated with porcelain veneers in Castle Hill, namely discolouration and staining. Specially blended formulas of porcelain and adhesive cement ensure your thin veneers remain colour-stable for their entire life.
A cheaper option to porcelain veneers in Castle Hill is composite veneers. Unlike porcelain veneers which are fabricated, our Castle Hill dentist uses tooth coloured composite resin (the same as is used for tooth fillings) and apply it to the surface of the tooth. It’s then shaped, smoothed and hardened to create a new and long-lasting tooth surface.
During your initial consultation, our dentist will conduct a thorough examination of your teeth and gums to determine whether porcelain or composite veneers are a suitable treatment for your oral health circumstances. Alternative dentistry treatments will also be discussed, enabling you to make a fully informed decision.
If you are considering veneers in Castle Hill then there’s no time like the present. Book today for a consultation and take the first steps towards transforming your smile.
Disclaimer: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner