Veneers Brisbane City

Porcelain and composite veneers are a fast and effective way to improve your smile

At Bite Dental, we provide patients with porcelain and composite veneers to help them improve their smiles. A dental veneer, made from either porcelain or a composite resin, is used to hide gaps, imperfections and discolouration in your teeth.

Quite often, dental veneers are used in conjunction with teeth whitening treatments to achieve that overall glowing, healthy-looking smile. Dental veneers are only placed on the teeth in the ‘smile zone’ — the top and bottom six teeth that are visible when you smile.

Also known as:
  • Dental veneers
  • Porcelain veneers
  • Composite veneers
  • Over teeth veneers
  • Veneer teeth
  • Teeth veneer
  • Cosmetic veneers
Desired Results: Composite and porcelain veneers are placed on teeth to conceal minor chips, cracks and other imperfections. Veneers are colour-matched to your teet for a flawless finish.

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Frequently asked questions

What are veneers?

A dental veneer is a thin shell made from either porcelain or composite resin and is used to improve the appearance of teeth by hiding gaps, imperfections, and discolouration. In many cases, dental veneers are used along with teeth whitening treatments in order to achieve a more healthy-looking smile. Veneers are typically placed only on the teeth in what is known as the "smile zone", which is the top and bottom teeth that are visible when you smile.

Dental veneers are highly effective in improving the appearance of the teeth. They can successfully conceal a wide range of imperfections, including chips, cracks, stains, and gaps. The cosmetic treatment is minimally invasive, which makes it a popular choice for patients who simply want to enhance their smile.

Dental veneers are made from either porcelain or composite resin. Composite resin veneers are matched to the colour of your teeth before they are applied. When your dentist is satisfied with their shape and appearance, a special blue light is used to harden the material.

Porcelain veneers are bonded to the teeth over the course of two appointments. They are colour matched to your teeth and are typically more resistant to staining than composite resin veneers.