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We offer in-surgery & take home teeth whitening, porcelain crowns, bridges and the ever popular composite veneers & porcelain veneers. We can also make bonded composite bridges which can close a ‘gap’ and achieve a very real ‘tooth like’ appearance without the cost that is associated with porcelain bridges. We also assess and treatment plan full mouth rehabilitation for both cosmetic & functional reasons.
All Cosmetic Dentistry options have pros and cons. There are many things to consider before having cosmetic dentistry done. Some procedures such as veneers and crowns are irreversible and may be required to be done more than once in a patients’ life time. Certain factors such as oral hygiene habits, diet, smoking and age can cause staining and/or exposure of margin areas of crowns & veneers due to gum recession. Case selection by the dentist is very important because unsuitable patients can usually expect an unfavourable cosmetic & functional outcome. The most successful outcome for suitable patients, is heavily dependant on both the technique and precision used by the dentist and laboratory technician.
Composite Resin Restorations and Veneers
Composite resin veneers and restorations are made using a plastic resin material commonly used in dentistry. They can also be done ‘chairside’ so the results are instantaneous ! We have an expansive colour range to suit each unique patient and their preference. Depending on the case we can often change the length, shape and colour of your entire smile and even close gaps in some cases ! Read More
A porcelain veneer is a thin layer of porcelain made in a dental laboratory (like a false finger nail) that is bonded onto the enamel of a tooth and is generally used to dramatically improve the appearance of your smile. Depending on the case we can often change the length, shape and colour of your entire smile and even close gaps in some cases ! Read More
Porcelain Crowns are recommended to replace moderate to large restorations (fillings). A crown should be recommended before the tooth surrounding the restoration breaks, in order to ensure there is enough strength in the remaining tooth to support the crown. A crown acts as a thimble, fitting perfectly over the whole tooth, preventing it splitting or breaking in the future. There are a number of different types of crowns. Read More