DENTAL AESTHETICS OVERVIEW

What is Dental Aesthetics, or Cosmetic Dentistry?

smile-dental-aesthetic-treatments-gold-coastDental Aesthetics, or Cosmetic Dentistry is the term used for a range of dental treatments that are designed to enhance your smile and confidence. This includes but is not limited to correcting chipped, cracked, discoloured or unevenly spaced teeth.

From porcelain veneers to tooth-coloured fillings, you can choose from a variety of cosmetic dentistry solutions to restore the health and vitality of your smile.

Our Cosmetic Dentistry Services

Dental Bridges 

Dental bridges are a natural looking solution to missing teeth. They literally bridge the gap created by one or more missing teeth.  

Dental Crowns 

Dental Crowns, otherwise known as tooth caps, are a simple solution if you have chipped or damaged a tooth, or want to improve the aesthetic appeal of your smile.

Orthodontics

Orthodontics is the term used for any dental treatment that addresses issues with the misalignment of your teeth or jaw. This includes issues with your bite or a host of factors.

Porcelain Veneers

Dental veneers also referred to as porcelain veneers or dental porcelains are simply a thin covering placed on a patient’s existing teeth.  

Teeth Whitening 

Teeth whitening – bring back your dazzling smile.  Teeth whitening is a treatment that lightens your natural teeth colour by breaking down discolouration and stains.

Tooth Bonding 

Tooth Bonding or Dental Bonding  This is a treatment that is ideal for fixing your smile and taking years off your age.

White Tooth Fillings

White Tooth Fillings: When your teeth decay, a filling is required to restore your teeth back to their normal function and shape.

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