What is cosmetic dentistry?
Cosmetic dentistry is primarily focussed on treatments to improve the appearance of your smile or bite. There are a range of treatments available, and we can find one best suited to you based on your desired outcomes and budget.
What Procedures are Cosmetic Dentistry?
Most procedures that improve the appearance of your teeth, gums, bite or smile could be considered cosmetic. Some serve two purposes, both improving the look of your smile as well as helping the function of your teeth.
Cosmetic dentistry often includes a combination of a number of these options to achieve the best outcome for you.
You can achieve a fresher and brighter smile painlessly and affordably. We offer the option of in-surgery whitening or take-home trays. We can arrange your complimentary appointment to assess the suitability of whitening for your teeth, and provide further information about your choices.
The crown is like a “cap” over a prepared natural tooth, and is often used to restore a cracked, damaged, badly decayed or worn tooth. We custom fit locally made crowns to ensure the highest quality materials, manufacturing standards and the best outcome for you.
Dental crowns not only improve the appearance of your smile, they can add strength, durability and stability.
Veneers can restore damaged, worn or discoloured tooth surfaces. These hard-wearing teeth covers can be made from composite resin or porcelain. They will give your teeth and smile a fresh, new look!
Veneers are well suited to correcting the appearance of
- Spaces or gaps between teeth
- Stained or discoloured teeth or fillings
- Broken or chipped teeth
- Overlapping teeth
- Crooked or poorly shaped teeth
Strong and durable, these white fillings look more natural than traditional silver fillings. They can be made to perfectly match your existing tooth shade. Your new fillings will not only be free of materials such as mercury, but will be virtually indistinguishable from your natural teeth.
Implants are artificial “roots” (metal posts) placed in your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. They are used to help replace severely damaged or missing teeth. They are also a good alternative for people who cannot or chose not to wear removable dentures.
The procedure is common nowadays, and is a decision you and your dentist should discuss during a consultation.
Dentures can be a solution if you need to replace missing teeth. Without teeth, your facial appearance can be affected.
Replacing those missing teeth can give you a more natural appearance and makes
eating much more comfortable.
Our dentists will discuss with you about the best options for your situation and
We work in partnership with registered periodontists, oral surgeons and orthodontists, to provide the best outcome when correcting irregularities in your teeth. We act as the central point of coordination, tapping into the various specialists as needed.