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Cosmetic Care

Cosmetic dentistry can encompass a single treatment or a combination of different treatments but it only has one main goal: to change the look of your tooth via change in colour and shape with the common aim of making your teeth whiter, straighter and more even to achieve the brilliant smile which we all like to see or mirror to others (assuming that your oral health and hygiene are sound).

Dental Veneer Treatment

We admit that it is a bit confusing so we will break it up as so:

  • Direct = something which is not outsourced to a dental lab (aka made and placed in house bespoke to you).
  • Composite = white fillings
  • Veneer = A thin decorative covering. Examples of veneers used other than in dentistry are used mainly in the building industry where they place a think layer of either wood, bricks or masonry to make the facing of the wall or floor more attractive.
Tooth whitening

Tooth whitening (or sometimes just simply called “bleaching”) is a common procedure as part of a cosmetic dentistry which we can other make a customized mouthguard for you to whiten back at home (known as “take-home whitening”) or we can do it for you and give you that head start in a whiter teeth with in-office whitening.

Bridges

It’s a fixed dental restoration, which usually can involve at least two other tooth fixed to an artificial tooth or at least two implants as an alternative, like the above logo.

Similar to the Sydney Harbour Bridge (alternatively ANZAC bridge depending what you’re a fan of) , it consists of three main components:

  • Two pylons (we call that abutment)
  • One arch (we refer that as a pontic)
Crowns

A crown (like the one pictured above), also known as a “cap”, is a dental restoration which completely encircles or caps a tooth or even a dental implant.

Full Arch Implants

Full arch implant restoration is a technique that includes the accurate placement of titanium implants in the jaw bone. These help as anchors for a full dental bridge of false teeth that can offer whole restoration for tooth damage.

Dental Implants

What are the advantages and disadvantages of implants? Repeated twice in the same page

So, what’s the best for me? – It is repeated in full arch implants and Bridges, Preventive care (Fillings)

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Orthodontics (or known as ‘braces’) is the area of dentistry which handles the treatment of problems in the alignment of teeth and jaws. An attractive smile can increase self-confidence; with regular dental checkups and care, your smile will last you a lifetime. An orthodontic problem is called a “malocclusion”, meaning crooked or protruding teeth, which do not fit together properly. The practice of orthodontics requires professional skill in the design, application and control of corrective appliances, such as braces, to bring teeth, lips and jaws into proper alignment to achieve a good facial balance.