Dental Veneers Hornsby

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Dental Veneers in Hornsby

Payment Plan Available:

Composite Veneers: Interest free payment plan from $30/week

Porcelain Veneers: Interest free payment plan from $57/week

**Note Conditions apply as follows: Prices subject to change end without notice

1) Porcelain Veneers: Emax is one of the most popular, dominant dental ceramics around, indicated for a variety of treatment options, most notably, dental cosmetics. Dentists have successfully utilised this ultra-strong dental ceramic for more than a decade with proven track record.

Our dental ceramists based in Sydney are pleased to present us with a discounted rate due to our work volume and to benefit our patients, we feel it is important to pass on this discount. We also have a CEREC machine which can handle simple cases less than 6 teeth, and is ideal for those who are in a hurry as it can be completed in a single-visit.

We strongly recommend for cases with more than 6 Veneers to be completed in 2 visits minimum as the smile design process is rather complicated and the dentist may recommend a trial period with temporaries prior to placing the final Emax veneers.

Further discounts may be applicable for those requiring more than 10 Porcelain Veneers as we will pass on any cost savings from a higher number of units.

A night guard may be advised by the dentist to protect the Veneers.

2) 5 year limited warranty for Porcelain Veneers is limited to breakage of material, and does not cover for pre-existing or newly developing dental diseases not related to the veneers. Patients must present for regular scale and clean maintenance 6 monthly at any of our practices to be eligible for this warranty to ensure good health and maintenance of oral hygiene.

3) No warranty is applicable to composite resin dental veneers as studies show the material is conventionally believed to be a weaker material than Porcelain resin material. Aesthetic of the composite resin veneer is comparable to ceramic veneer initially, however strength and resistance to staining is poorer and more maintenance may be required. A nightguard may be advised by the dentist to protect the Veneers.

4) Veneers may not be the ideal dental treatment for every dental cosmetic issue. Upon consultation, the dentist will discuss with you the best option rather than initiate the work without gaining your consent.

5) For those patients who have received composite resin veneers from any practice within the year, you can replace your composite veneers with Emax Ceramic Veneers. Patients with existing composite resin or ceramic veneers may be eligible to our upgrade promotion. A consultation is necessary prior to beginning treatment as not always will ceramic veneers be the ideal treatment for dental cosmetic problems.

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