Cosmetic dentistry is a treatment which approves the total appearance of your smile, gums, and teeth.
Our experienced team will provide a consultation with you to find the best option to meet your wants and needs, as well as address any concerns with your dentist in glenmore park.
TYPES OF TREATMENTS FOR COSMETIC DENTISTRY
There are a number of different cosmetic dentistry options to enhance your smile. They include:
Teeth Whitening: Zoom In Chair Whitening
We can remove a lot of stains in just a one appointment. Walk out with a smile that’s as much as 12 shades whiter without messy kits, In about an hour. The team uses a prescription formula whitening gel, activated by a Zooms special UV lamp, to amplify your whitening results while minimising sensitivity. Depending on the initial effect, the application may need to be repeated 2-3 times. Walk out with a white smile with an option of a take-home kit to help you maintain your pearly whites.
Inlays and Onlays: They are made from porcelain or composite material in a dental lab, and then bonded onto your tooth.
Inlays and Onlays are a way to add a filling to a tooth which is too damaged or decayed to be able to support a direct restoration using a composite or amalgam.
Composite Bonding: This is one of the most affordable and most easiest cosmetic procedures to choose from. In composite bonding, the dental material used is a composite resin. It’s then shaped and moulded onto your teeth. This is a great way to achieve a straight white smile.
Composite bonding is also regularly used to treat gaps, minor chipped teeth, and staining which has occurred.
This procedure is fast and very straight forward and only takes one appointment with your dentist to complete.
Dental Veneers: Dental veneers are custom-made to suit your teeth. They use porcelain or resin composite, and they are bonded onto the surfaces of your front teeth.
The preparation process of preparing your teeth for dental veneers starts with sanding them gently. This will remove any small amounts of surface material.
Your dentist administers a local anaesthetic to ensure you are comfortable during the procedure.
Dental Crowns: Are also often called ‘Caps’. A crown is a ‘cap’ which is shaped like a tooth. It is placed over your tooth and improves the natural look and appearance.
Dental crowns purpose is to protect a tooth which has been weakened due to considerable decay. They are also used to hold together a fractured tooth.
Other uses of a dental crown include to recover a broken tooth, as well as to support a tooth with a large filling, where there is no longer sufficient tooth remaining to solidly hold a filling.
Several different components can be used to make crowns. Each one has its benefits and a different price range.
Crowns are available in porcelain, metals such as nickel and gold alloy, steel, all resin, fused to metal, all porcelain, or all ceramic.
Dental crowns are usually one of the most expensive options. They are only recommended by a dentist when other procedures will most likely not be successful.
Dental crowns can last for many years if you care for them properly.
Smile Makeover: What is a smile makeover? It’s when you receive more than one cosmetic treatments to improve your smile greatly.
Using a combination of veneers, whitening, implants, inlays and outlays, composite bonding, and crowns can really give your smile a total makeover.