Cosmetic Dentistry Services

In today's world Cosmetic Dentistry offers a unique experience with modern innovations that have opened up newer possibilities that were once only a dream. It is now possible to have cosmetic enhancements with cosmetic dentistry to whichever level you feel comfortable with and that meets your needs appropriately. You can have a range of options from simple alterations of your teeth to more pronounced smile makeovers. The choice is yours. Your cosmetic dentist will be able to discuss viable possibilities for you at your consultation.

We can offer you Cosmetic Dental Treatments that can give you the perfect smile you have always wanted. We use the latest Cosmetic Dentistry materials, including Emax Crowns and Veneers, Snap On Smiles, Lumineers and Edelweiss Veneers.

Cosmetic Veneers

There are different types of cosmetic veneers that can be used to achieve unique customised smiles using a range of materials to layer on the teeth. Cosmetic veneers allow you to change the appearance, colour, shape and form of teeth. The more new cosmetic veneers include Ultrathin Veneers whereby no drill or no injection is involved.

Crooked Teeth

If you dislike the appearance of your teeth because they are overcrowded or crooked looking then a great conservative option would be cosmetic orthodontic options. These include short-term adult orthodontic solutions that only take six months to complete or other options such as invisalign and traditional orthodontic braces.

Discoloured Teeth

Enhanced teeth whitening systems can be used to brighten your smile at minimal cost. Alternatively, you can have mini-makeovers that use simple techniques to produce natural looking smiles quickly and affordably.

GAPS

Cosmetic dentistry options include those to remove the gaps in your mouth to give you a better and more cosmetically appealing smile. Cosmetic dental implants can also be used in combination with cosmetic restorative dentistry to give you the complete smile.

BLEACHING

Bleaching is a common and popular chemical process used to whiten teeth. Some people get their teeth bleached to make stains disappear, while other just want a whiter shade.

Discoloration occurs in the enamel and can be caused by medication, coffee, tea and cigarettes. Discoloration also can be hereditary or due simply to getting older.

Bleaching can be performed by your dentist in the office or, under dental supervision, at home. Many patients enjoy bleaching at home because it is more convenient. Treatment begins when your dentist creates a custom mouthpiece to ensure the correct amount of whitening solution is used and that your teeth are properly exposed. Typically, whitening at home takes two to four weeks, depending on the desired shade you wish to achieve. Whitening in the office may call for one or more 45-minute to one-hour visits to your dentist's office.

BONDING

Bonding is tooth-colored material used to fill in gaps or change the color of teeth. Requiring a single office visit, bonding lasts several years. Bonding is more susceptible to staining or chipping than other forms of restoration. When teeth are chipped or slightly decayed, bonded composite resins may be the material of choice. Bonding also is used as a tooth-colored filling for small cavities. Additionally, it can be used to close spaces between teeth or cover the entire outside surface of a tooth to change its color and shape.