Veneers treat a wide range of aesthetic concerns, making them one of the most popular cosmetic dental treatments available.

Book a consult

Why Choose Veneers?

Veneers are one of the most popular cosmetic dental treatments used to enhance a smile and can address:

  • Stained or discoloured teeth
  • Slightly crooked teeth
  • Short or irregular teeth
  • Minor gaps between teeth

Our cosmetic dentists can provide composite or porcelain veneers to match your aesthetic goals and budget. Find out more by booking a consultation today. Call us on (08) 9495 7999 or book online.

Book a consult

Pros and Cons of Composite

Composite veneers are made from composite resin material. This is applied directly to the prepared tooth and bonded in place by your dentist. Treatment is straight-forward and can be a quick and effective way to aesthetically enhance a smile. There are a few reasons to consider composite veneers over porcelain:

  • Faster treatment time (1-2 visits)
  • More affordable than porcelain
  • Can be repaired if damaged

However, composite veneers also have downsides. They can appear less natural-looking than porcelain; are more prone to damage and stains and have a shorter lifespan than porcelain veneers.

Book a consult

Pros and Cons of Porcelain

Porcelain veneers are custom-made shells of porcelain (ceramic) that are designed in a dental lab. Your teeth are first prepared and impressions taken for veneers to be made. Once they’re returned to the practice, they can be bonded in place. Advantages to porcelain veneers include:

  • Mimics the translucency of real teeth
  • More resistant to damage and stains
  • Longer lifespan than composite veneers

Porcelain veneers aren’t for everyone though. If veneers become damaged they cannot be repaired (only replaced); they also require a longer treatment time and cost more than composite veneers.

Book a consult

Our Treatment Process for Veneers

Your dentist will explain what the veneers procedure involves so you can decide if it’s the right choice for you. To prepare your teeth for veneers, we will:

  • Examine your teeth to determine your suitability for veneers
  • Use local anaesthesia to numb the area being treated
  • Remove a thin layer of tooth enamel to help the veneers bond

Fitting veneers differs depending on what type of veneers you have. We explain each treatment process below.

Composite veneers treatment process
  • Applying composite resin to the tooth in layers
  • Each layer is cured using UV light
  • Final shaping and polishing
Porcelain veneers treatment process
  • Taking impressions of your teeth
  • Sending these impressions to a dental lab
  • Fitting temporary veneers until your next visit
  • When your veneers are ready, bonding them in place
Book a consult

Alternative Treatments to Veneers

Veneers treat a number of cosmetic dental concerns and may often be incorporated into a complete smile makeover, but they aren’t suitable for everyone. Alternative treatment options that you may like to discuss with your dentist include:

Book a consult

Book a Consultation for Veneers in Perth

At Kelmscott Dental, we offer two types of porcelain, e-Max (milled lithium disilicate) or feldspathic porcelain veneers. Both offer durability, strength and have a superior aesthetic quality compared with composite veneers.

Regardless of the type of veneers you decide upon, we can find the right shade that matches the colour of your existing teeth or a lighter shade of your choice.

See what veneers can do for you, book a cosmetic consultation at Kelmscott Dental. Call (08) 9495 7999 or send an enquiry to learn more. Flexible and interest-free payment plans also available.

contact us

Frequently Asked Questions

What are veneers?

Dental veneers are thin cosmetic coverings that replace the front surface of teeth. Veneers may be an option if you want to change the colour, size, shape or alignment of your teeth. They’re usually made from porcelain (ceramic) or composite resin.

How long do veneers last?

The lifespan of veneers depends on the material they’re made from and how well you care for them. On average, composite veneers last 4 to 8 years, while porcelain veneers can last 10 to 15 years. Porcelain veneers are more resistant to damage and stains.

What material are veneers made of?

Veneers are generally made from either composite resin or porcelain ceramic. At Kelmscott Dental, we offer composite resin or two types of porcelain: E-max (lithium disilicate) and feldspathic porcelain veneers, known for their strength, durability and superior translucency that resembles natural tooth enamel.

How much do veneers cost?

The cost of veneers depends on the material they’re made from, their size and how many you need. Veneers at Kelmscott Dental cost from $450 per tooth for composite and from $1500 per tooth for a E-Max (lithium disilicate) porcelain veneer. Your dentist can give you an exact quote after we examine your mouth and determine your aesthetic goals for treatment.

As a cosmetic treatment, you can’t normally claim for veneers on your health fund, but we can offer flexible payment plans from trusted finance providers if you need help managing your out of pocket treatment costs.

Am I suitable for veneers?

You should be suitable for veneers if your mouth is healthy and free from oral health problems such as gum disease. A tooth also needs to be large and dense enough to support a veneer, as some of the enamel surface may need to be removed.


Book a cosmetic consultation with Dr Norcross today!

CLICK HERE OR CALL (08) 9495 7999


Comprehensive Dental Assessment for $350 (valued at $516) includes:

  • Comprehensive examination
  • 2 check-up x-rays (if required)
  • Full mouth panoramic x-ray (if required)
  • Treatment planning


Contact us today to learn more about our dental services, to book an appointment or if you want to chat about your options.


(08) 9495 7999
2915 Albany Highway
Kelmscott WA 6111, Australia

Get Directions

Social Media

Kelmscott Dental is your local choice for your friendly, family dentist servicing the Kelmscott, Armadale and Gosnells areas as well as surrounding suburbs.


We offer a range of flexible payment options including Zip, Afterpay and SuperCare to help you access treatment sooner.


Opening Hours
Mon: 7:30am–5:30pm
Tue: 7:30am–5:30pm
Wed: 7:30am–5:30pm
Thu: 7:30am–5:30pm
Fri: 7:30am–4:30pm

Save time, book online!



We love to hear feedback about your experience with us, go to Google to share your review.


Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.