Porcelain Veneers

A Brighter Smile

Porcelain Veneers Campbelltown

The appearance of your smile can be significantly enhanced quickly and easily with porcelain veneers.

Also known as “dental veneers,” they have that name.

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The front of your teeth can be covered with porcelain veneers, thin shells of porcelain manufactured to match your natural teeth’s colour.

Particularly for front teeth, they are fantastic for repairing misaligned teeth with stains, chips, and gaps.

Improved tooth size, shape, length, and colour are all possible with porcelain veneers.

Customers of Marketfair Dental Care have had multiple porcelain veneers put successfully by skilled dental professionals, giving them even smiles those mimic natural teeth.

These veneers can also be utilised as immediate orthodontics to correct your teeth and improve your smile.

When properly applied, porcelain veneers mimic the appearance of natural teeth.

The Use of Porcelain Veneers

Using dental veneers, you can:

  • Close gaps between teeth
  • Correct shapes of teeth
  • Straighten misaligned or crooked teeth
  • Restore stained teeth that cannot be bleached
  • Restore fractured or discoloured teeth.
  • Straighten misaligned or crooked teeth
  • Lengthen worn teeth caused by night grinding

Benefits of Porcelain Veneers

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Veneers are typically constructed of composite resin or porcelain. While composite resin is less expensive, it is also more prone to damage and discolouration.

Our veneers are all made of porcelain. When compared to composite resin, this substance is far more durable.

Porcelain veneers are also more stain-resistant than natural tooth enamel. Furthermore, porcelain exactly matches the enamel of your teeth.

It can be colour-matched and finished to match your actual teeth, and the material simulates how enamel reflects light.

Porcelain veneers have numerous more advantages, including:
  • The material is biocompatible, which means it will not hurt your gums and will work well with your teeth.
  • Porcelain veneers have a 15-year or longer lifespan when properly maintained.
  • Because the material completely matches the rest of your natural teeth, restoring your smile will tremendously boost your confidence.

Porcelain Veneer Procedure

Your Campbelltown dentist will first prepare the tooth by removing a tiny piece of enamel to make way for the veneer.

To create customised veneers, your dentist will take imprints of your teeth and send them to the dental laboratory. Because of this, veneers often necessitate two dental visits.

Your Campbelltown dentist makes an impression, gently prepares the teeth, and places the temporary veneers at the initial appointment.

The temporary veneers are removed, the teeth are cleaned, and the permanent veneers are affixed to the teeth at your second appointment. Veneers typically last for several years with proper maintenance.

Porcelain Veneers at Marketfair Dental Care

Do you want to check what your new smile might look like? Are you thinking of getting porcelain veneers to get that ideal smile?

If so, make an appointment with your Campbelltown dentist right away! Determine which solutions are best for you.

At Marketfair Dental Care, we treat all our patients as we would our families by using the most appropriate and cost-effective solutions.

Visit your Campbelltown dentist today!

Call us at (02) 4620 0800 or make an appointment online.

We are located at Marketfair Campbelltown Shop 21B, 4 Tindall St in Campbelltown.


What are porcelain veneers?

Veneers are a fantastic option for patients who have stained front teeth, worn down, chipped, misaligned, spaced, uneven, or have an unusual form.

Does the process of getting veneers hurt?

Most of our patients say they had practically no pain during the operation.

We’ll administer a local anaesthetic to guarantee you don’t experience any pain while your teeth are being prepared.

Do veneers need to be replaced?

The only time porcelain veneers need to be replaced if they sustain damage, which is rare. If they do shatter or crack, dental bonding cannot be used to fix them; they must be replaced.