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Porcelain & Composite Veneers | Paradise Point Gold Coast

Discover more reasons to smile with Porcelain and Composite Veneers at Northshore Dental Paradise Point.


Porcelain or Composite Veneers are like a fitted shell or cover fixed to your teeth that are individually and creatively designed, prepared and manufactured from quality materials. 


Both porcelain and composite veneers can improve the appearance of your teeth to create   a complete smile makeover.


Veneers are a professional cosmetic treatment option to address:

  • Discolouration or multicoloured teeth
  • Chipped or irregular shaped teeth
  • Diastoma (gaps between teeth)
  • An asymmetrical smile


Porcelain Veneers Vs Composite Veneers – Which Should I Choose? 


When it comes to veneers, our helpful team at Northshore Dental Gold Coast perform a professional assessment before recommending a solution best suited to your individual needs. Both porcelain and composite veneers involve covering full or partial facings of your teeth to greatly enhance the beauty of your smile.


In recent years composite veneers have become much more durable and customisable, but typically aren’t quite as strong as porcelain veneers – they are also usually less stain resistant and color stable. Porcelain veneers also yield a truer translucent quality closer to real teeth. 

Composite resin veneers on the other hand are less labour intensive to have fitted to your teeth and usually cost less, making them a very popular and affordable option. Both can be used for a variety of esthetic situations, and with either option results can be truly amazing.


Want to find out more about our porcelain or composite veneer options? Contact our Gold Coast dental clinic today.  

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