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Cosmetic Dentistry is the ultimate mixture of art and dental science. These procedures endeavour to create beautiful, aesthetically pleasing smiles; utilising the latest restorative technologies and materials.
Previously, little could be done to attain the smile you always dreamed of. The treatments available to treat chipped, stained or crooked teeth were limited. Yet, today with the vast range of Cosmetic Dentistry treatments available, every person’s smile can be aesthetically enhanced.
Cosmetic Dentistry has several benefits including: improved dental health, enhanced appearance of your smile, increased self-esteem, developed self-confidence, and improved personal and social relationships.
There are several available cosmetic dentistry procedures available for you: teeth whitening, composite & porcelain veneers, invisalign, gum contouring, tooth recontouring, crowns and bridges, dental implants, white fillings, cosmetic bonding, and smile makeovers.
» Rejuvenate discoloured / stained teeth
» Close gaps between teeth
» Reduce the over-crowded nature of teeth
» Straighten overlapping or crooked teeth
» Cover chips
» Conceal blemishes
» Replace missing teeth
» Repair breakages
» Replace Amalgam Fillings with Tooth-coloured Restorations
» Gum Re-contouring for gummy smiles
Smile makeover involves one or more cosmetic or dental procedures such as tooth whitening, composite & porcelain veneers, crowns, bridges, white fillings, and dental implants, to improve the aesthetics of your smile.
Tooth whitening is a fast, easy, effective, safe, and long lasting solution to remove the stains and discolouration from your teeth.
If you have a damaged tooth, crooked teeth, stained teeth, and gaps that you want to fill in, then Composite or Porcelain Veneers may be an option for you.
The silver filling material used in your teeth is amalgam. It has been used as a filling material for over a hundred years and it's still one of the strongest materials available. However, it's about as unattractive a filling material as you can get. There are a number of other tooth-colour restorative materials currently available that can be used to replace old amalgams.
Teeth may seem to darken as plaque can build up faster and in larger amounts as we age. Staining from coffee, tea, soft drinks, certain medications and smoking can also occur. Dark teeth can be lightened with whitening procedures, surface staining on teeth due to tea, coffee and smoking etc can be removed by the dental hygienist.