Cosmetic Dentistry​

The art and science of enhancing the appearance of your smile, including your teeth, gums, and bite, is known as cosmetic dentistry.

It could entail having your teeth moved from their natural positions, having your teeth whitened, getting caps or veneers, or undergoing other procedures that might not be medically necessary but improve the appearance of your mouth and teeth.

The term “cosmetic dental surgery” refers to more extensive and complicated cosmetic dental work that typically involves local anaesthetic and necessitates a longer healing period.

The addition of material to the teeth and gums (bonding, porcelain crowns or caps, veneers, or gum grafts), the removal of material from the teeth and gums (gingivectomy or enameloplasty), scaling, reshaping, bridging, straightening, dental implants, mini implants, gum lifts, bite reclamation, and whitening are a few procedures that are typically regarded as cosmetic.

  • Porcelain Crowns – One of the most popular aesthetic dentistry operations, porcelain crowns are used to cover damaged teeth that cannot be repaired with fillings or other types of treatments. Broken or chipped teeth can be repaired using porcelain, which, when skillfully constructed, can also approximate the appearance of natural teeth and go unnoticed by others.
  • Dental bonding is one of the simplest and least expensive cosmetic dental procedures; it involves coating the tooth with tooth-colored resin and using a special light to “bond” the resin to the tooth. This procedure can be used to fix small chips or cracks, close spaces between teeth, or even as an alternative to silver amalgam fillings.
  • Melbourne dental implants – Dental implants are frequently regarded as the best approach to replace a lost tooth or teeth when one or more of them are gone (whether they were knocked out or broken due to an accident, damaged due to cavities, or they needed to be removed for other reasons). If there is severe damage, dentures might be a possibility.
  • Dental Bridges – Another common procedure, dental bridges are used as an alternative to dental implants when a dental implant cannot be placed or when the adjacent teeth are unsuitable for a crown or dental cap.
  • Teeth Whitening – A relatively quick and non-invasive cosmetic procedure, teeth whitening also goes by the name of tooth whitening. While there are over-the-counter at-home whitening kits available, the results of having your teeth whitened by a dentist will probably be much more noticeable.
  • Melbourne Porcelain Veneers – An increasingly popular option to help reshape and whiten teeth that are either excessively tiny, malformed, or very stained is porcelain veneers. Your existing teeth are covered with porcelain veneers using glue or bonding.

Do you need cosmetic dentistry? Please get in touch with our office if you’d like more details about the cosmetic dentistry services we offer. We will arrange a consultation so that we can discuss the best course of action for your particular case with you. Don’t hesitate to contact us right away!

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