Veneers Perth

Do you think your teeth are too stained, irregularly shaped, or damaged to get a healthy, bright, straight smile?

At Genesis Dental in Perth, we offer veneers as a long-lasting solution to give you the white, beautiful smile you’ve always wanted.

What Are Veneers?

Veneers are custom, tooth-coloured caps made up of either porcelain or composite material. This cap is made to fit your mouth exactly and is then bonded over your natural teeth to give you a healthy, beautiful, natural-looking smile.

dentist performing veneers service to patient

What Are the Benefits of Veneers?

Veneers can address a wide variety of dental issues, including:

  • Gaps between teeth
  • Crooked teeth
  • Misshapen teeth
  • Overall appearance
  • Stained or yellowed teeth
  • Damaged teeth

Benefits of Veneers Include:

  • A natural tooth appearance
  • Extremely resistant to stains
  • Well-tolerated
  • Require little enamel removal
  • Low-maintenance
  • Simple, minimally invasive, and effective procedure

  • Successfully cover gaps, cracks, and chips in teeth

  • Custom colour selection to make teeth appear whiter

  • Strong and durable

  • Permanent tooth whitening option

teeth veneers

What is the Treatment Process Like?

The process of getting veneers typically includes three visits (a consultation and two appointments) and involves several steps.

  • 01
    At the initial consultation, we’ll discuss your concerns and desired outcome and ensure you are a good candidate for veneers

  • 02
    Once we determine veneers are an ideal treatment option, we’ll start the process by taking an impression of your teeth and X-rays

  • 03
    Next, we’ll send the impression to a dental lab to create the actual veneers according to your mouth shape, teeth shape, and colour preference

  • 04
    Partial removal/shaping of the tooth’s surface will be completed to fit the veneers

  • 05
    Lastly, we’ll bond the veneers to your actual teeth

  • 06
    After, we’ll perform a follow-up appointment to ensure proper bonding, gum health, veneer placement, and appearance.

Throughout the entire process, we’ll keep you informed and always be available to answer any questions and provide support to ensure the best possible experience and the desired outcome.

Veneer FAQs

How long do veneers last?

When cared for properly, veneers can last between 7 and 15 years.

How do I care for veneers?

Follow a proper oral hygiene routine to care for your veneers, just as you would with regular teeth. Practice daily brushing and flossing, use a mouthwash, and see your dentist for regular checkups.

Should I avoid certain foods if I have veneers?

Although porcelain veneers are extremely resistant to stains, you may still want to consider avoiding highly-pigmented foods and beverages such as red wine, coffee, tea, berries, and tomatoes.

What are the alternatives to dental veneers?

Alternatives to veneers include bondings and crowns. If you want to significantly change the shape of your teeth, veneers are your best option.

Should I get porcelain or composite veneers?

For both types of veneers, several factors need to be considered. This is done on an individual basis, so get in touch with our friendly team at Genesis Dental to book a consultation for veneers today.

What problems can dental veneers fix?

Dental veneers can address:

  • Gaps between teeth
  • Crooked or misshapen teeth
  • Stained teeth

What is the process of getting veneers?

Veneers are made up of either porcelain or composite material bonded over your natural teeth. The process entails partial removal of your tooth’s surface. Your dentist will then take an impression of your tooth/teeth and send it to a dental lab where the actual veneers are created to fit each tooth and your mouth perfectly.

Should I get porcelain or composite veneers?

For both types of veneers, there are factors to consider to ensure you are eligible for the procedure. This is done on a case-by-case basis, so get in touch with the friendly team at Genesis Dental to book a consultation for veneers today.