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Porcelain Veneers Cairns

If you suffer from stained or dull teeth, misshapen, chipped or worn teeth, our dental veneers may be right for you

Dental veneers are thin porcelain shells that are custom designed to be fitted to the front surface of your teeth and are an effective way to create a shapely, straight and beautifully white smile. This also means that any existing cracks, discolouration or gaps can be hidden simply by covering them up. Dental veneers are used to reinforce the tooth structure and enhance their aesthetic appeal.

During your first appointment with us, we will consult with you about the goals you have for your smile, as well as the cost of the procedure. Once you have decided to go ahead and your veneers have been produced, we need to minimally polish and prepare the tooth surface away so your new smile does not look too bulky. After this, a special bonding agent and blue light will be used to bond your veneers to your teeth. This will ensure your veneers last for as long as possible, which in most cases should be 10 years if proper care is taken.  We have cases of veneers still going strong after up to 30 years.

  • Veneers can be used to create a straight looking smile and correct teeth that are too short or too long
  • A healthy, natural look is achieved with little to no discomfort
  • Veneers are strong, durable and natural in colour
  • Long lasting with proper maintenance
  • Resistant to staining

We aim for minimal waiting time with our in-house laboratory

Porcelain veneers represent the state of the art in cosmetic dentistry today. Our veneers are hand-crafted to create beautiful facings for your individual teeth. No other type of cosmetic dentistry can more closely mimic beautiful healthy young teeth better than well-made porcelain veneers. Veneers can be done for a single tooth and up to 20 teeth.

Most veneers can now be constructed in a day or two using our E4D Technology with results equalling what we had to wait weeks to deliver previously.

Dental Veneers FAQs

What are dental veneers?

Dental veneers are thin shells made from porcelain that are custom designed to be fitted to the front surface of the teeth. They are a highly effective way of concealing a wide range of cosmetic imperfections and achieve a straight, white and beautiful smile. Dental veneers can be used to hide imperfections such as cracks, chips, gaps, stains and discolouration. They are also used to reinforce the structure of the teeth, improving both the aesthetics and function of one’s smile.

How long will dental veneers last?

Dental veneers are made from a very durable material, which means that with the proper care and maintenance, they should serve as a long-lasting solution. In the case of traditional, porcelain dental veneers, you can expect your restorations to last between 10 and 15 years. To ensure that your dental veneers last as long as possible, it is important that you look after them just as you would your natural teeth. This means that you should commit to a good oral hygiene routine by brushing and flossing daily. We also recommend that you come in and see us for regular dental check-ups.

How are dental veneers applied?

Before applying your veneers, we will polish and prepare your tooth surface to ensure that your new smile does not look too bulky once the veneers have been placed. A special bonding agent and blue light will then be used to bond your veneers to your teeth. At Future Dental, we have an in-house laboratory where we hand-craft dental veneers. In most cases, it is possible for us to construct your veneers in a day or two with the use of our E4D technology. We are able to fabricate dental veneers for a single tooth or up to 20 teeth, depending on your needs and aesthetic goals.

Make an Enquiry

  • Phone (07) 4051 4580
  • Fax (07) 4031 5226
  • Email info@futuredental.com.au japanese@futuredental.com.au
  • Address Ground Floor "Accent on McLeod"
    93-95 McLeod St

    Cairns QLD 4870
  • Hours
    Monday 7:00am - 5:00pm
    Tuesday 7:00am - 5:00pm
    Wednesday 7:00am - 5:00pm
    Thursday 7:00am - 5:00pm
    Friday 7:00am - 5:00pm