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Damaged & Worn Teeth

Your smile can change your entire appearance, damaged &worn teeth can make us feel self-conscious and may affect our personal and professional life. Some of the treatment options at Kissing Point Dental for damaged & worn teeth are. Porcelain veneers, Composite Veneers, Bridges and Orthodontic treatment.

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Porcelain veneers
Composite veneers

Porcelain veneers

Porcelain veneers have successfully improved smiles by making dark teeth look lighter and healthier looking. They can make yellow teeth permanently whiter and grey tetracycline stained teeth look much more natural. Porcelain veneers can make crooked teeth look straight in just a few days. Patients can look and feel more confident, more professional and have a wonderfully natural looking smile.

You do not have to have your natural teeth ground down, as porcelain veneers can be totally non-invasive without requiring shots.

Porcelain veneers can improve your entire personality by enhancing and adding a spark to your smile and appearance.


Orthodontics has become more comfortable and economical allowing you to more easily address your dental concerns. There are a few options for adults to consider.

Composite veneers

Just like porcelain veneers, Composite veneers can be used to disguise dark or crooked teeth. They can be created in one appointment.

Composite veneers are made are resin therefore are porous and can stain. Unlike porcelain veneers they only last 4 to 8 years and do require regular maintenance as they don’t have the strength of porcelain veneers.

Veneers can correct:

  • uneven or crooked teeth
  • teeth that have shapes that are out of proportion
  • tetracycline stained teeth that have gray color spaces between teeth
  • too much gum when you smile
  • yellow teeth that are dark and cannot be whitened or bleached
  • teeth that are sensitive can be made much less sensitive
  • worn down teeth that make you look old

Other Dental Concerns

Gaps & Spaces

Missing Teeth

Crowded Teeth

Discoloured Teeth

Damaged & Worn Teeth


Sensitive Teeth