VENEERS NORWOOD

Veneers to reflect  the VIP that you are.

Veneers will see you beam

in every photo.
Self-conscious of your teeth and shying away from smiling?

Worried about a smile-makeover being a makeunder?

At Smile Society you can 'try-in' your new veneers before we begin so you can get excited and eagerly anticipate your mega-watt new smile.

Our veneers will then make your smile stand out for all the right reasons.

VIP treatment for your new VIP Veneer Smile.

A patient at a doctor's appointment at the Smile Society clinic
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During your first appointment we will discuss your concerns, the types of veneers suitable, and the differences between porcelain and composite veneers. We’ll then take digital X-rays of your teeth, and give you the option to ‘Try-in’ your new smile with a digital mock-up.
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While reclining in our luxurious chair and enjoying your favourite Netflix series, we’ll carefully prepare your teeth for your new porcelain veneers. We will fit you with temporary veneers whilst your new beautiful smile is being handcrafted offsite. With composite veneers - they are created and applied within the one appointment.
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In one to two weeks, your perfect-fit, colour-matched porcelain veneers will be placed onto your teeth, and you’ll leave with a stunning smile, completely confident and ready for those family (or paparazzi) photos.

Dental veneers cost

Composite veneers
from $600 per tooth
Porcelain veneers
from $2,000 per tooth
Aesthetic improvements to your teeth can do wonders for your self-confidence. Our payment plans give you the opportunity to enjoy a sparkling smile now, without any further delay. 
Health funds are also accepted!
Treat now, pay later. With Afterpay, your dental bill will be split into four payments, payable every 2 weeks. You’ll never have to pay interest, and there will be no additional fees when you pay on time. Afterpay also includes smart spend limits to ensure you only take on payment plans within your budget.
ZipPay offers flexible repayment periods tailored to your preferred schedule – so you can decide whether you want to pay weekly, fortnightly or monthly. Applying is fast and easy, and you’ll pay 0% interest for treatments under $1000.
Smile now, pay later. TLC (stands for Total Lifestyle Credit) lets you borrow up to $50,000 to cover a wide range of dental treatments. The process is quick and stress-free. You simply apply online or over the phone.
Your treatment,
on your terms.
With a number of payment plans available including Afterpay, ZipPay and TLC, you can finance premium dental care at your preferred pace.

All major health funds accepted.
Our patient promise.
Life is busy. We understand your time is in high demand, and the last thing you need is to spend it in a waiting room.
If you have to wait longer than 15 minutes, your next check-up is on us. Because your time is important to us, too.

New to the Smile Society?

We love to welcome new faces. Find everything you need to know in our New Patient Guide, right here.
FULL TREATMENT PRICE LIST
Health funds
Finance options
We answer all things ‘veneer’ below.

FAQ

What are veneers?

Veneers are artificial, thin, shell-like coverings for teeth, applied by a cosmetic dentist to improve the tooth’s appearance. Veneers are a good investment to correct broken, gappy, misshapen or discoloured teeth.

What is the difference between composite and porcelain veneers?

Composite veneers are created and applied by your dentist in the clinic (using composite resin), directly onto your teeth during the one appointment. Porcelain veneers are handcrafted offsite, following impressions (i.e. a mould) taken of your teeth.

Advantages of porcelain veneers include being stain-resistant, stronger, and lasting much longer than composite veneers. The cost of porcelain veneers reflects this.

How much do veneers cost?

Composite veneers start from $600 per tooth, and porcelain veneers start from $2000 per tooth. You can read about our convenient finance options here.

How long do veneers last?

Porcelain veneers can last up to 15 years or more, and composite veneers can last up to 7 years. Composite veneers can discolour and wear over time, so will need to be replaced.

Are veneers permanent?

Providing you take great care of your veneers by attending six-monthly dental check-up and clean appointments, and maintaining good dental hygiene - they will last for a very long time. Consider them a semi-permanent treatment.

Fast-track your with dental veneers.