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Composite veneers consist of composite resin material being placed on teeth to correct their appearance.

Composite Veneer

Composite veneers are minimally invasive, meaning that unlike some other dental restorations, such as crowns, composite veneers require little to no removal of existing tooth enamel before placement. This maintains the health of your tooth long term whilst also improving aesthetics.

Composite veneers are crafted chair-side during one appointment, providing realistic and durable results. They can address various issues, including:

  • Stains or discolouration.

  • Minor cracks or chips.

  • Abnormally shaped teeth.

  • Minor misalignment.

Composite veneers can easily be repaired and re-polished should they chip or stain, making them suitable for easy long term maintenance.​

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are an alternative to composite veneers. They are thin custom-made shells of porcelain also designed to enhance appearance.


Porcelain closely resembles natural tooth enamel, but tooth removal is required to place porcelain veneers. ​​

Impressions of your mouth will be taken for veneer fabrication, and once fabricated by the lab, bonded to the front surface of your teeth​.

When deciding between resin and porcelain veneers, consider factors such as aesthetics, durability. Consult with your dentist to determine the best option for your specific needs.

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