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If you have discoloured, chipped, cracked or crooked teeth and wish to rejuvenate your smile then porcelain veneers may be an ideal option for your teeth. Porcelain veneers from our dentists at Procure Dental are made from the highest quality of porcelain material.

During the consultation, we can discuss the benefits of porcelain veneers for your teeth, and assist you in determining if you are suitable.

There are types of Veneers we provide at Procure Dental.

Conventional Veneers

These are cosmetic veneers usually made of porcelain that bond permanently to the front of your teeth. The porcelain gives it a natural appearance and resists staining.

Minimal Prep Veneers

As the name suggests, these veneers generally require very little, if any, alteration to the existing tooth structure yet achieves the same stunning results as conventional ones. The veneers are super thin, and the procedure is faster.


Also known as "dental caps", crowns completely cover the tooth above the gum line. It is normally done to restore the shape of a tooth or cover a dental implant. Over the years crowns have become increasingly popular as they're also used for cosmetic reasons. Bridges are multiple crowns joined together; they may be used when a person is missing one or more teeth.

At Procure Dental, we take utmost care as crowns and bridges have to be created and moulded uniquely for each person and each tooth.

All-Ceramic Crowns

Ceramic dental crowns are most often used to restore front teeth. Due to their natural colour and texture, ceramic crowns are able to blend with your remaining natural teeth.

Zirconia Crowns

Zirconia can be a good choice for crowns in the back of your mouth because they are very strong, durable and do not cause inflammation.

3M ESPE Lava Crowns

3M ESPE Lava Crowns and Bridges are Lava Zirconia-based restorations overlaid with an approved veneering ceramic. The zirconia copings and frameworks provide strength while the veneering material provides the esthetics. The system is used for crowns, implant abutments, and bridges with a span of up to 48 mm in length.

EMAX Crowns

These are the newest and most expensive type of crowns because they are tougher and more durable as they’re made from lithium disilicate ceramic. Its translucent colour will make it look exactly like your other teeth.


At Procure Dental, we are constantly evolving to help patients receive the best treatment from the world of digital devices and technologies. One of the ways we are doing this is with the latest digital impression system technology.

Few years ago, taking impressions for restorative dental work was a laborious process. The patient would need to bite down on a sticky, putty-like impression material, which would then be hardened and sent to the lab for fabrication.

Today, with the help of the Digital Impression System Technology, digital impressions of your upper and lower jaw are taken which helps in producing better quality restorations.