CREATING BEAUTIFUL SMILES WITH COSMETIC DENTISTRY
Because a beautiful smile contributes to a better mood, it affects self-esteem, and it allows us to make a good impression on others. Besides, at our dental clinic, we offer modern methods and technologies with which we aid the whiteness of your smile. Our cosmetic dentistry services include laser teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, invisible braces, treatment for tooth wear and white fillings
Cosmetic Dentistry - Enhance your appearance…get that perfect smile
Does your teeth have discolouration, chipping, shaping problems, or missing? Improve the appearance of your mouth, teeth and smile. We offer everything from tooth whitening to complete smile makeovers. Furthermore, cosmetic dentistry options at Rochedale Central Dentist include teeth whitening, bonding, veneers, and tooth reshaping. We not only give you something to smile about, but also improve your confidence.
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Firstly, bonding is probably among the easiest and least expensive cosmetic dental procedures. Bonding is the application of a tooth-colour composite resin. Secondly, this is to repair decays, chips, cracks in teeth or discoloration. Also finds application to fix gaps in teeth. The dentist shapes and polishes the composite resin to match the surrounding teeth.
In contrast to amalgam fillings, Composite White Fillings match your tooth to ensure a natural look and feel. Because composite fillings are virtually invisible, they are becoming increasingly popular. Besides, we can create composite fillings in smaller preparations. Also, this means less of your tooth structure is lost and drilling needs are less for the filling.
Tooth wear is the term used to describe the progressive destruction of tooth tissue, which has not been caused by dental decay or dental trauma. The prevalence of tooth wear increases with age. Tooth wear is usually caused by ‘Erosion’, ‘Abrasion’ and ‘Attrition’.