A common cosmetic dental treatment carried out today is Teeth whitening. This is where bleach (hydrogen peroxide or carbamide hydrogen) is applied to the enamel layer of the tooth to lighten the colour. Tooth colour varies from person to person, ranging from off white, yellow and even grey.
Internal Teeth Whitening
Composite Resin veneers and restorations are made using a composite resin material commonly used in dentistry. A dentist has an expansive colour matching range to suit each unique patient. Read more
Take Home Teeth Whitening
A porcelain veneer is a thin layer of porcelain that is bonded on to the enamel of the tooth and are generally used to dramatically improve the appearance of your smile. Read more
In-Surgery Teeth Whitening
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