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Cosmetic Dentistry Treatments

Cosmetic Dentistry is a combination of the art and science of creating an attractive smile, often referred to as a "smile makeover". It involves dental procedures such as teeth whitening, veneers, invisible braces, dental implants and general cosmetic correction of your teeth which aim to improve the overall aesthetics of your smile. Learn how you can improve your teeth.

Latest Cosmetic Dentistry FAQ

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Teeth Whitening or Bleaching

Tooth bleaching or whitening is not new in dentistry; in fact some techniques are 120 years old! Modern whitening, however, is simple, safe and involves no major dental work or damage to your teeth.

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Cosmetic Dentistry FAQs

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Dental Implants (Teeth)

Dental implants are a new way of replacing single, or a whole set of completely missing teeth, and are a real alternative to dentures for people who have a lot of missing teeth.


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Dental Veneers (Teeth)

Veneers offer one of the best cosmetic dentistry options for people wanting whiter teeth than bleaching can achieve or who want to camouflage spaces between “gappy” teeth and/or overcrowded teeth.


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Gum Contouring (Teeth)

Gummy smiles are a common problem, caused by overgrowth of the gum tissue that then covers the teeth. This can be easily corrected with a procedure known as a cosmetic gum lifting or contouring.


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Invisible Dental Braces (Teeth)

There are various alternatives to traditional metal braces now available, including clear aligners and lingual braces.


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Teeth Cosmetic Correction

Your dentist can restore teeth to a more natural, pleasing appearance with a variety of different techniques and procedures including replacement fillings, bonding, crowns and bridges.


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Teeth Whitening or Bleaching

Tooth bleaching or whitening is not new in dentistry; in fact some techniques are 120 years old! Modern whitening, however, is simple, safe and involves no major dental work or damage to your teeth.