The most common, conservative and cosmetic alternative to porcelain veneers is composite resin. Composite resin is a tooth-coloured filling material that may be used to form dental veneers.
Dental crowns may also be used to correct the same problems that dental veneers correct, however it is a much less conservative procedure.
Composite veneers can be built up directly on to your teeth, with the boning technique composite is moulded to the front of your teeth in a single visit. This type of veneer can offer an equal standard of improvement to appearance like that of porcelain. Veneers of composite material tend to be cheaper than porcelain though as they are less durable and may be in need of replacement more often( lacks strength and often gets discoloured over years)
Organise an appointment with one of our skilled Toowong dentists to discuss your veneer treatment options.