Bonding: Direct Dental Veneers
Trust Enhance Dental to transform your smile with bonding or direct dental veneers.
If you need an effective and fast method to transform damaged, stained, slightly crooked, worn or chipped teeth, bonding or direct dental veneers can often create a whiter or straighter smile.
Unlike porcelain veneers or porcelain crowns that are made from ceramic materials, direct dental veneers or bonding are made from composite resin.
Although porcelain veneers may be suited to patients looking for the most aesthetic and durable material, direct dental veneers or bonding may be a suitable alternative. Direct resin veneers or bonding can also be used in conjunction with other cosmetic treatment methods.
Dr Joseph Paino, the principle dentist of Enhance Dental explains, “The advantages of direct dental veneers or bonding is that little to no tooth preparation is possible, the procedure can be completed in only a single appointment and they can be easily repaired or altered at any time”.
Enhance Dental uses the highest quality grade of composite resins available to do your bonding or direct dental veneer. We have a vast array of shades, transparencies and tints available to faithfully reproduce your natural teeth.
Beautifully created whiter shades of composite are also available that often create a dramatic smile improvement.
Multiple teeth can be veneered or bonded at one time and they are made entirely by our Enhance Dental dentist, using exacting and artistic skills. The resin material is instantly set rock hard with an advanced curing light. No impression or laboratory work is needed and this means the fees involved is often less expensive compared to porcelain veneers or crowns.
For a no obligation consultation regarding direct resin veneers or bonding, please call Enhance Dental on (03)9533-8488 for an assessment and more detailed information tailored to your individual needs.
Please note, as every situation is unique, the smile gallery images shown cannot represent a guarantee of outcome. Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner. ©copyright