Cosmetic Dentistry


Modern technology has contributed greatly in helping introduce a variety of dental veneers in Parramatta. It should be noted that each of these veneers have their own unique pros and cons that helps give them their own identity that is different from the others.

The material used for veneers in Parramatta as well as their cost can have a huge effect in helping people determine what they want to pursue. At Parramatta Dentistry, we provide composite veneers at a low price of $695 each and $1,800 for our porcelain veneers in Parramatta. Our dental veneers cost is actually cheaper than most dental practices and is done in excellent quality as well.

A number of dental clinics today make use of state of the art technologies such as the use of Emax as one of their primary component in the creation of their teeth veneers in Parramatta.

The material makes it possible for them to provide high durability with their dental veneers without compensating on its overall quality.

We have the best dental veneers in Parramatta.

Most dental veneers today have their own warranty coverage which helps their clients a huge amount of convenience and relief as they don’t have to worry too much about their veneers any longer.

With that being said, the warranty is limited to failures of materials, including debonding/fallen off and fracture of materials, so patients may want to keep this in mind before consulting them.

This is important to note especially for composite veneers in Parramatta as they are known to be less durable than porcelain.

As a result, clients must pursue dental examinations and cleans at least twice a year at their clinic in order to ensure the durability of their veneers.



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28 Aug, 2020

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