Are dental veneers for you?
Dental veneers Etobicoke are helpful in enhancing your looks. While they are particularly recommended for patients with misshaped teeth, chipped teeth or gap between teeth, there are different types of veneers like bottom teeth veneers, front teeth veneers, veneers for one tooth etc. Dental veneers come in the form of thin covers adhering to your teeth to present classically shaped looks. In some situations, you may also be offered affordable dental veneers. Temporary tooth veneers are another option that are clipped on and slide over the existing teeth just like a mouth guard. They can hide imperfections in your smile giving a beautiful stunning and natural shiny smile.
FEATURED TREATMENT: VENEERS
- Made from resin on the premises by our highly trained dental hygienist.
- Directly applied to the tooth or teeth
- Treatment can be completed in a single appointment
- Used to touch up chipped teeth or even redesign your entire smile
- Less costly than porcelain veneers
- Made from resin in a laboratory
- Porcelain veneers are made to measure and cemented onto your existing tooth surface
- Treatment may require up to two appointments
- Cost comparatively more than Composite Veneers
- Last longer than composite veneer and more real-looking finish
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How much does it cost?
The cost for Dental Veneers
ranges between $400-$1200/tooth.
We offer monthly payments of
Treatment times vary.
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can better understand your needs.
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How do they work?
Looking for an alternative?
Invisalign & Braces
Braces and Invisalign can completely change your smile. Most of our
patients are surprised how they have enhanced their smile with their
own teeth, without any invasive surgery. Orthodontic treatment can be
one of the best solutions for long term benefits.
Bridges are used to replace missing teeth, and they’re supported in your mouth by either the surrounding teeth, a dental implant or a combination of the two. Normally, bridges are made by attaching a crown to the teeth on either side of the gap, and placing a false tooth in-between.
Damaged teeth can be unsightly and prevent you from chewing properly. With a dental crown, patients are able to regain normal function of their teeth and cover any damages. The procedure begins with a crown that’s custom-designed and shaped like your tooth, which your dentist will fit over each damaged tooth. They’re made of many materials, including porcelain, resin, ceramic and stainless steel.
We strive to provide excellence through every single smile and care about the outcome of your treatment. As a Etobicoke Smile Dentist, I want you to leave not only looking great but feeling confident too.
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