For many people, maintaining a healthy glowing smile is important not for your health, but for aesthetic purposes also. This is where cosmetic dentistry can help.
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If you have a cracked, stained or decaying tooth, a crown can help to restore your tooth back to health. Sitting like a cap over your existing tooth, a crown is shaped and matched to mimic the look of your existing teeth.
Crowns can also be used to replace a missing tooth using a dental implant for added strength, durability and longevity.
A bridge is similar to a crown but can replace one or more missing teeth in a row. Bridges are supported by healthy teeth on either side of a gap and can be an affordable treatment option for replacing missing teeth.Learn More
Teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry treatments available because it’s reasonably quick, affordable and safe when done by a registered dentist.
Philips ZOOM! take-home whitening kits are suitable for even the most sensitive of teeth. Discover how our whitening treatments can safely and confidently restore the whiteness to your smile.
Invisalign® clear aligners are one of the many treatment we use to straighten teeth. It works by changing clear aligner sets to slowly move teeth over time. Our certified Invisalign providers can recommend the most appropriate treatment for crowded, crooked, gapped or protruding teeth. Our treatments include:Learn More
Composite and porcelain veneers are designed to mask minor dental flaws. Made from either composite that gets directly bonded to teeth or thin shells of porcelain placed over the front of teeth, they cover up stains, discolouration, chips or misaligned teeth.
Our dentists expertly custom-design your veneers to suit your natural tooth colour, shape and overall facial appearance:
Tooth bonding is a popular cosmetic treatment used to correct minor chips, cracks, stains, gaps or worn down teeth.
The process involves using a composite resin that is applied and bonded directly onto the tooth surface, repairing any previous damage and enhancing the overall appearance. It's also a cheaper alternative to veneers.
Cosmetic dentists access a range of skills and techniques to functionally and cosmetically enhance a smile. Cosmetic dentistry is carried out by a general dentist who has trained in various aesthetic dentistry programs to learn the best ways to provide treatment.
AHPRA doesn't recognise a special category of 'cosmetic dentist', but the term tends to be used by dentists who have a focused interest in aesthetic dentistry. Our cosmetic dentists treat a range of common concerns. Get in touch today and discover how we can help!Book Now
Most dental patients will be able to benefit from some cosmetic procedures but this route isn't always the right choice for every patient. Before undergoing any cosmetic procedure, your oral hygiene must be of a sufficient standard and your dentist must be satisfied that you're not showing any signs of tooth decay or gum disease.
Occasionally cosmetic dentistry may not be a suitable option for some patients. On consultation with your dentist, he or she will work with you to determine whether or not you are a suitable candidate for cosmetic dentistry.
The main benefit of cosmetic dentistry is in helping to improve your appearance. However, by closing or altogether removing small spaces and gaps between teeth there is also less room for food and other substances to collect, making brushing and flossing easier and more effective. This therefore improves the health of your mouth as well as the appearance. Certain procedures, such as implants, can also slow down or halt the progression of bone loss where teeth are missing.
For many patients, cosmetic dentistry also offers benefits for their confidence, as the treatments improve the overall appearance of their teeth and smile.
If you have damaged, worn down or missing teeth, or are unhappy with the appearance of your smile, cosmetic dentistry may have a solution for you. Your dentist can discuss your particular problems and explain what treatment options are available, as well as advising on the costs associated with each treatment and what level of improvement you should be able to achieve.
We recommend speaking with your health insurer directly and confirming what dental benefits your policy includes. A number of insurance providers may include partial rebates for major dental items such as crowns, veneers and orthodontic treatment. . We’re happy to provide you with a total treatment plan quote so you can confirm what is covered with your insurer, prior to going ahead with treatment.