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Porcelain & Composite Veneers Geraldton

Our premium porcelain or composite veneers are placed over your existing teeth to transform your smile into one that makes you happy and confident.

Bluff Point Dental offer expert cosmetic dentistry services that include the placement of dental veneers to give your smile a complete makeover. Not loving your smile can have a huge impact on your self esteem - Dental veneers are the cosmetic dentistry solution that allow you to create the smile of your dreams!

Dental Veneers in Geraldton

What Are Dental Veneers, and How Do They Work?

Dental veneers are thin layers of tooth-shaped material made from either porcelain or composite resin that are placed over the front row of your teeth to enhance the appearance of your smile. 


Our expert dentists use a retentive cement to bond the indirect veneers to the surface of your teeth. This process is completely painless and safe. Once the veneers are in place, they will be given a nice polish for a natural look. 


Dental veneers offer an extremely convenient and popular method for achieving an instant improvement in the aesthetics of your teeth and smile. Depending on the type of veneers, they can often be complete in one appointment!

Frequently Asked Questions

Am I a candidate for veneers?

The application of dental veneers is very versatile and can be customised to enhance the appearance of teeth that are:

  • Chipped or cracked

  • Slightly Discoloured

  • Misaligned teeth

  • Too short

  • Shape of teeth your not happy with

How long do dental veneers last?

If well maintained, porcelain veneers can last a long time if looked after well.. Composite veneers are less durable to wear and tear, and may need touch-ups/polishing every few years. 


Practicing good oral hygiene and dental habits will help to extend the lifespan of your veneers.

Which is better, composite or porcelain veneers?

Both materials have their own pros and cons, and there is no “best option” for dental veneers. Based on your budget and personal preferences, as well as recommendations from our professional cosmetic dentists, either composite or porcelain veneer may be an ideal choice for you. 


Porcelain veneers are the premium option — they last longer and are generally resistant to staining, but are more expensive. Composite veneers are the less costly option but may need to be replaced sooner.

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