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Aesthetic Dentistry

Cosmetic ‘aesthetic’dentistry can effectively treat a wide range of teeth defects including cracked, broken or stained teeth, missing or crooked teeth, an uneven bite, gum problems or any combination of these. The overall goal of the cosmetic dentist will be to restore the function and appearance of the affected tooth or teeth back to that of the natural teeth.

People commonly only associate cosmetic dentistry with techniques such as crowns, veneers and tooth whitening. We believe all dentistry can be practiced in an aesthetic manner and, combined with maintaining the patients oral health, comfort and dental function, the appearance of your smile is an important consideration.

Our experienced dentists have received broad training in a wide range of cosmetic dentistry procedures and will be happy to discuss your requirements with you. We are pleased to provide a professional and personal service whether you would like to have your filling in white to match the colour of your tooth or if you are interested in any other cosmetic dentistry procedures, please ask your dentist for more information.

The rapidly emerging field of dentistry is referred to as cosmetic dentistry. In cosmetic dentistry, the emphasis is on improving the patient’s smile through changing the appearance of the teeth and mouth. Many people view cosmetic dental practices as being elective treatments – as opposed to necessary dental treatments – but having a beautiful, engaging smile and feeling secure in one’s appearance can make people feel better about themselves and help them feel more confident

Cosmetic dentistry is the best way to improve your smile, whether you’ve missing or have damaged teeth, gaps between your teeth, or your teeth have been discolored or stained. With state-of-the-art cosmetic dentistry procedures, our dentists will work to save as much of your existing tooth structure as possible. This saves you money, preserves your teeth, and eliminates the need for more invasive dental procedures.