Dental Veneers

Close up view of dentist applying dental veneers on a patient's front tooth.
Female patient getting dental veneers treatment at dental clinic.
Close up view of dentist applying dental veneers on a patient's front tooth.

Dental veneers are a cosmetic dentistry solution designed to improve the appearance of teeth. These thin layers of porcelain or composite resin are custom-made to fit over the front surface of teeth, creating a natural-looking and aesthetically pleasing smile. Dental veneers are commonly used to correct a variety of dental issues including discoloration, chips, gaps, or misshapen teeth. The color, shape, length, and size of the veneers can be adjusted to blend seamlessly with the rest of the teeth, thereby enhancing the overall appearance of the smile.

The procedure for getting dental veneers typically involves a few appointments with your dentist. Initially, your dentist will assess your dental health and discuss your aesthetic goals. A small amount of enamel from the tooth surface may be removed to make room for the veneer, and an impression of your teeth will be taken to ensure a perfect fit. These impressions are then sent to a dental laboratory, where the veneers are custom-made. Once they're ready, your dentist will bond the veneers to your teeth using a special adhesive. Dental veneers are durable and, with proper care, can last for many years. They provide a long-term solution for people who want to transform their smile and boost their self-confidence.

Porcelain Veneer

At True Dental Studio, we use porcelain veneers as they are better for durability, resistance to staining, and ability to mimic the light-reflecting properties of natural teeth, resulting in a very natural look. Porcelain veneers are also less likely to chip or fracture compared to composite veneers.

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Scaling and Polishing with X-Ray at $148 NETT
For new patients only. Valid only until 30th June 2024.
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  • Bundle valid for new patients only.
  • All treatments will be conducted by Dr Shaun Ng.
  • A preliminary consultation and assessment are required to determine if any additional treatments are necessary. Patients may choose to top up for these additional treatments if advised.
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Dental Veneers consultation from $25 to $60. Book your appointment easily with our friendly staff through WhatsApp. We will respond ASAP, latest within 2 business days.
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Why Choose True Dental's Dental Veneers Treatment?

Dental Veneer Cost

Treatment Price*
Consultation $25 to $60
Dental Veneer From $1250

*All prices are NETT.

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Frequently Asked Questions

At True Dental Studio, dental veneers start from $1250. Talk to our friendly staff for more information.

The lifespan of dental veneers largely depends on the material used. Porcelain veneers can last between 10 to 15 years or even longer with proper care, while composite veneers typically last between 5 to 7 years.

The disadvantages of veneers include the irreversible nature of the procedure (since some tooth enamel is often removed), potential for increased sensitivity, and the possibility of veneers chipping or cracking. However, with proper care, these risks can be managed and minimized.

Dental veneers can be good for teeth as they provide a protective layer, enhance aesthetics, and do not typically require as much shaping as crowns. However, it's essential to remember you should ensure good oral hygiene and regular dental check-ups as part of your routine.