Palm Beach

Chirn Park


If you have cracked, chipped or decayed teeth, porcelain veneers or composite veneers are the best way for you to get the smile of your dreams.

Veneers can be utilised to enhance the appearance of your smile, giving us the ability to alter the colour, shape, size and close gaps, amongst other enhancements. 

Veneers are commonly used to treat:

  • Chipped, cracked or broken teeth
  • Stained or discoloured teeth
  • Oddly shaped teeth
  • Gaps or crooked teeth 

What Are Porcelain Veneers?

Porcelain veneers are constructed from thin wafer like shells that are hand-made to fit over your existing teeth, enhancing the natural look of your teeth all whilst providing strength that is comparable to your original teeth, when used in the right situation. They are handcrafted by our master ceramists on the Gold Coast, and can often be as thin as 0.3mm to 1mm. We don’t utilise anything that is off the shelf, with every veneer being bespoke to your mouth. This is the only way that natural life-like aesthetics can be achieved, making your veneer indiscernible from a natural tooth.

Porcelain Veneers Process

The treatment process for Gold Coast veneers takes two appointments.

First appointment: Impressions of your teeth will be taken to prepare your veneers and ensure they fit properly against your individual smile. Your teeth will also be prepared for your veneers. This means shaving off a small portion of enamel so your new veneers will not appear bulky or out of place. Once fitted, they will blend seamlessly with your natural teeth. While you wait for the veneers to be created in the laboratory, you will be fitted with temporary veneers to protect your teeth.

Second appointment: Your temporary veneers will be removed and your new permanent veneers will be bonded to your teeth. We will discuss with you any final questions you may have and how best to care for your new smile.


What Are Composite Veneers (Composite Bonding)?

Composite veneers may be suitable in certain cases, and provide a relatively cheaper alternative to porcelain veneers. They may not be as strong as porcelain veneers in patients who place a lot of force on their teeth, and are unfortunately susceptible to chipping, colour change and staining over time. They are constructed from the same material that it utilised to provide white fillings and are handcrafted in a single visit. They can be used successfully to provide excellent aesthetics where minor changes in tooth size and shape are required, or where small gaps require closing. Our dentists have a keen eye for aesthetics and their philosophy of minimally invasive dentistry means they can help you decide between composite and porcelain veneers. Their goal is for you to achieve your desired smile using the most conservative treatment options possible all whilst obtaining a long-lasting result.


Composite Veneers Process

Depending on the amount of tooth structure that needs to be replaced, composite bonding can be one of the quickest dental procedures to perform.

Typically no injections are required, as nothing is taken off the tooth. It is usually a purely additive technique.
The tooth surface is carefully prepared by a light preparation which may involve a ‘sand-blast’ type of cleaning, then a dental adhesive is applied before the composite resin is sculpted into position and finally set with an intense blue light. The composite is then polished to a high shine. Depending on how much bonding is required (or on how many teeth), the final shaping and polishing may be performed at a second visit, which gives both the clinician and patient the chance to ‘test drive’ the new look.

Benefits of Veneers

  • Preserves your natural tooth structure
  • Bonding strengthens the tooth
  • Colour matched to your teeth
  • Clinically proven
  • Customised smile for a natural look
  • Veneers solve multiple dental problems at once

One of the greatest advantages of the veneers treatment is that it allows us to treat multiple dental concerns at once. If patients have a number of problems, for example, discolouration and uneven, oddly shaped teeth as well as perhaps a small gap between the two front teeth, veneers will be able to transform the appearance of the whole smile. Combining multiple different treatments over an extended series of appointment is not necessary; veneers makes getting a new smile a fast and easy process.

Am I Suitable for Veneers?

Before we determine if you are a suitable candidate to receive veneers, we will give your mouth a thorough assessment. Any underlying concerns will need to be addressed before receiving your porcelain veneers. This means any decay, tooth damage, missing teeth or severely crooked teeth. Once these issues are correctly treated you will be able to receive your veneers.

How Much Do Veneers Cost on the Gold Coast?

At Oasis Dental Studio we don’t believe in a one-treatment-plan-fits-all approach. We know that no one smile is the same as another, and each of our patients require different levels of care. We only use reputable materials and treatment techniques, whilst utilising high quality Australian Laboratories and Ceramists. As each and every patient has unique needs, a final quote can only be obtained after a full consultation and assessment. Digital smile analysis may be used to help you in your decision. In the meantime, you can find some ballpark prices below:

Veneers Price List

Treatment Cost
Basic Composite Veneers
$350 per tooth
Premium Composite Veneers
From $650 per tooth
Optimum Aesthetics Porcelain Veneers
From $1750 per tooth
Night Splint

Prices will differ depending on the complexity of each individual case. The full pricing breakdown can be found under our comprehensive cost of veneers.

Veneers Gold Coast

For more information or to book your free initial cosmetic dentistry consultation, contact any Oasis Dental Studio today:


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