If your teeth are crooked, irregular, chipped, or discolored, veneers or bonding can correct these problems. When porcelain veneers and bonding are used, the results are so natural that no one will be able to tell. Often minor changes can be accomplished that can straighten or align teeth without orthodontics.
Porcelain veneers are a great way to improve a smile and offer the most control. They are our Premium option when considering a smile redesign. Dr See practices a technique creating porcelain veneers and crowns that look like natural teeth. We are sought after for our ability to make porcelain veneers look like real teeth.
Porcelain veneers are very thin shells that are custom made of beautiful porcelain material. By working closely with an expert ceramist as a fine artist works with a brush, Dr. See can achieve the custom look that will give you the most natural and durable smile possible. He incorporates the most up to date techniques that has been tried and tested from around the world. The results are beautiful and are the most conservative treatments for a natural smile makeover, watch Claire's journey and see how it changed her life.
We consistently create porcelain margins at the gum line that are invisible and recreate natural characteristics and surface texture. Cheap veneers and crowns made by less experienced clinicians often lack the details to make them look natural. Dr See knows what teeth should look like and only uses expert ceramists. Below are some examples that show the quality style of veneers that Dr See designs and uses.
*Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.
Composite Resin Bonding
Composite Resin Bonding are great for fine tuning a smile. For small chips, gaps and other minor imperfections, composite bonding is a conservative treatment option. It usually involves one appointment where the tooth is roughened and tooth coloured composite resin is applied to the tooth that is then hardened with a special light. They are our 'Value' option when considering smile design. Bonding can be used for veneers, but there are limitations, particularly with the aesthetic outcome, staining, durability and longevity.