It isn’t often thought that a quick fix is the best option. It is drilled into everyone’s heads that the best road is always the hardest, that the tough journey will pay out in the end multiple times over.

However, that isn’t always necessarily true. Speaking to a dentist  at High Dental Implants Melbourne in Melbourne about the multitude of options available when it comes to cosmetic dentistry, patients are often pleasantly surprised about some of the relatively simple techniques that dentists can now employ to create picture perfect teeth in a flash.

Porcelain veneers are fast becoming a viable option for many patients who are seeking a simple solution to some of those niggling worries that have them losing confidence over the appearance of their teeth.


The technology for this procedure is improving rapidly to accommodate for the wishes and desires of potential patients. Until quite recently, it was required that a very thin layer of enamel had to be removed for the veneer to be applied to the front of the tooth. However, this is no longer the case, removing a potential disadvantage of this procedure.

Other benefits of this procedure, besides an improved appearance of the visible teeth when a person smiles, is the protection that it can provide to teeth that may otherwise need to be removed. Acting like something akin to a crown, a veneer protects a chipped or damaged tooth from further damage by covering it and sealing it from harm.

Who is this procedure for?


Any person who is concerned about the appearance of their teeth should speak to their local dentist about the possibility of having porcelain veneers fitted on top of their natural teeth for a natural looking and promising alternative.

If a patient has a chipped or cracked tooth, an unsightly stained tooth that whitening cannot shift, or slightly misaligned teeth where there is slight crossing or a slight gap, then this procedure may very well be the ideal way to quickly fix the issue at hand.

It generally takes a total of three trips to the dentist in order to completely finalise the treatment, an initial consultation is followed by the preparation, and finally, the actual bonding of the veneer to the tooth.

During the consultation, patients can expect a full overview of what is entailed, a treatment plan that is specifically designed for their desires as well as a general expectation of costs. During the preparation stage, dentists will take models and impressions of the teeth in question, ensuring that the final stage of bonding goes smoothly without a hitch.

With the use of a special cement that bonds the veneer to the front of the tooth, dentists can ensure that there is little chance for the veneer to slip. A follow-up visit may be required so that the dentist can ensure that the treatment was completed successfully.

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

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