Am I a candidate for Porcelain Veneers Perth?
For your veneers procedure to be successful, you must have good oral hygiene and healthy gum tissue. You should undergo a scale and clean and address any problems issues before you start your cosmetic journey. Veneers won’t remedy an existing problem with your teeth, so if you require important dental work, such as orthodontic work, you’ll need to have this completed before your veneers are placed. Porcelain Veneers Perth are suitable for most people; however, if you grind your teeth (bruxism) your dentist may recommend another solution as you could potentially chip, break or even detach your veneers from your teeth.
Veneers are permanent, but they’re not forever. Veneers could last for about 15 to 20 years, at which point they’ll need to be replaced. Although it happens infrequently, veneers can de-bond or break off. If this was to happen, depending on the situation, your dentist would be able to re-cement or replace your veneer. Veneers are an irreversible process because once the tooth is shaved down, about ½ millimetre, it can’t be undone. The list of the positives outweigh the negatives, but when considering veneers, you should be aware that this is a permanent commitment.
To keep your veneers looking amazing for the longest possible amount of time, you have to go to the dentist at least twice a year for professional cleanings and be consistent about your personal oral hygiene by brushing and flossing. Veneers are an investment that you have to take care of. If you don’t, you’ll need to replace them sooner. And yes you can still get cavities!
Cost of veneers – depending on the level of customisation you choose will determine the cost of your veneers. Each veneer at Aria Dental is hand crafted by our master ceramist and will undergo hours of work, per tooth. You can expect to have several temporary try in veneer teeth before you receive your final veneers. Veneers are typical quoted on a per tooth basis and cost can range from $1,000 – $3,000* per tooth.
*Pricing information is up to date for 2021