Porcelain Dental Veneers

Dental Veneers ​can be ​an ideal solution for you if you have

Broken, crooked or badly
chipped teeth
Aged veneers needing
Permanently stained or
discoloured teeth
Spaces between teeth
Tooth fractures
Excessively worn
The latest porcelain material are very similar to tooth enamel and blend in with the rest of the smile perfectly.

Case Study 1: Porcelain Veneers


Misaligned and rotated teeth, discoloured teeth, narrow teeth.

Treatment Options:

Orthodontic intervention ​or dental veneers.


Option Chosen:

Patient chose the restorative option in this case and porcelain veneers were placed with no minimum amount of tooth removal.

Number of Visits - 3

Case Study 2: Porcelain Veneers with Laser Tooth Whitening


Small teeth, uneven gummy​ smile and ​discoloured teeth.

Treatment Options:

Laser gum lift to even gum line and to increase size ​of the teeth.


Option Chosen:

Laser teeth whitening performed to brighten smile. Porcelain veneers placed to enhance shape and size ​of the teeth.

Number of visits - 4

Case Study 3: Porcelain Veneers


Chipped and discoloured teeth. There is a lack of visibility of the teeth in the smile.

Treatment Options:

Resin or porcelain veneers.


Option Chosen:

4 Porcelain veneers placed on upper front teeth and 2 placed on lower central teeth along with laser teeth whitening to enhance the shade.

Number of visits - 3

*Actual Adelaide Cosmetic Dentistry patients

So how does the procedure work? It's simple

At Adelaide Cosmetic Dentistry every case is assessed based on its own merit. We consider, using your input, as to what is the most cost-effective and minimally invasive procedure we can provide and what is the minimum number of tooth veneers we can place to produce maximum effect. A mock-up treatment is often performed to assess this and also to see if you are comfortable and happy with the estimated end result. Here's how the process takes place.



​A discussion about what you would like to acheive is the first step. Your options are then discussed based on your individual circumstances.



​If veneers are chosen, ​ a mockup of the finished results is ​performed directly on your teeth. This assists the dentist and you to examine a very close estimation of what the final result will look like. We look at it together and perfect it to the point that​ meets both the aesthetic and functional needs.



​A digital ​impression (mould) is then taken for making the veneers based on the performed mock up. Minimum roughening of the outer layer of enamel (not visible by naked eye) is performed before digital impressions (photos) are taken again to fabricate the final result. ​In most cases no injections and no temporaries are needed.



The porcelain dental veneers are then crafted using CEREC, a German-designed Computer Aided Design (CAD) / Computer Aided Manufactured (CAM) system on site by the dentist. This ensures the dental veneers are a very close replica of what we have agreed on.



The veneers are cemented ​on after the final observation and necessary adjustments. we often ask you to return for a review appointment. Night guards are sometimes needed to protect your teeth and your new veneers. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is porcelain the ‘Best' material to use?

Is tooth reduction required?

Are Porcelain Dental Veneers permanent? Are they replaceable?

Can Porcelain Veneers break or fall off?

Will they wear down?

Will they look natural?

How do you colour match?

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