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Transform the appearance of your teeth

Veneers have gained widespread popularity, frequently featured across various social media platforms.

This treatment can effectively conceal issues like crowding, gaps, and tooth discoloration, transforming the appearance of your teeth if suitable.

Veneers are applied to reshaped teeth to cover up any aesthetic concerns. The 2 main types of Veneers are Composite Resin Veneers (also known as Composite Bonding) and Porcelain/Ceramic Veneers.

Your dentist will assess and discuss whether veneers are a good option for you, explaining the benefits of each type.

Here at Cranbourne North Dental, we use advanced impression and imagining technology (3D Intra-oral scanners) together with the best, tried and tested dental labs to further enhance your experience and deliver outstanding results.

We also have a variety of payment plans available – giving you the flexibility of paying for your dental procedure later.

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Common Problems

Tooth Decay
Tooth decay, also called dental caries or cavity, is the most prevalent dental problem in the world. Signs include block/brown holes in your teeth, broken teeth, bad taste or smells.
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Gum Infection
Do you have swollen, red, bleeding gums, or bad breath? This might indicate a gum infection which requires prompt treatment.
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Tooth Abscess
A tooth abscess is a painful and potentially dangerous dental condition that arises from a bacterial infection. Signs include pain, swelling, gum pimples, bad breathe or taste.
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Teeth Grinding
Teeth grinding (bruxism), is the involuntary clenching, gnashing, or grinding of the teeth. Signs include tooth wear, sensitivity, jaw pain, and headaches.
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Impacted Wisdom Teeth
Impacted Wisdom teeth are generally described as molars which are coming out at odd angles but seem stuck at the same time. Signs include pain, swelling, infection, and headaches.
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Tooth Ache
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Sensitive Teeth
Sensitive teeth are generally described as sharp, short-acting tooth pain when you drink cold drinks, eat ice cream, or drink hot tea.
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Yellow Teeth
Yellow teeth, or discoloured teeth, is a common tooth problem that is generally cosmetic in nature but may have underlying implications.
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Should I get Composite Veneers or Porcelain Veneers? What’s the difference?

Determining whether to choose porcelain or composite veneers depends on various factors including your specific dental needs, budget, and aesthetic preferences. Porcelain veneers are known for their durability, stain resistance, and natural appearance, making them a popular choice for long-term aesthetic improvements. They require minimal maintenance and typically last longer than composite veneers.

On the other hand, composite veneers are more affordable and can be applied in a single visit to the dentist. While they may not last as long as porcelain veneers and are more prone to staining, they can still provide satisfactory aesthetic results, especially for those with budget constraints or seeking a temporary solution. Ultimately, consulting with your dentist to discuss your options and goals will help determine the best choice for you.

Custom-made crowns and veneers often use similar materials. Veneers typically necessitate minimal tooth preparation and are suitable for teeth with aesthetic concerns but are otherwise healthy.

Conversely, crowns involve more extensive tooth preparation and are preferred for teeth that are more broken down. While crowns can also address aesthetic issues, they are typically recommended when a substantial portion of the natural tooth is missing.

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