Your smile is an incredibly important physical asset and so if your teeth are dull, discolored, stained, chipped, cracked, uneven or damaged in any way, it can have a terrible impact upon your self-esteem. In addition to our dedication to keeping your oral health in excellent lifelong condition, we are passionate about helping you achieve the smile you’ve always dreamed of.Complex cosmetic dentistry to give you a complete new, natural-looking white and long lasting smile. (Upper and lower teeth). A smile makeover consists of more than one cosmetic or restaurative dentistry treatment or procedure, to address all of the concerns that need to be improved to achieve the smile that you want to have.
A beautiful smile can do wonders in improving the overall appearance of a person’s face; the beauty of a bright smile can instantly make a face much more attractive and welcoming. However, bright and white teeth are not the only aspects that make up the beauty of a smile – there are some other factors that are taken into consideration when the overall beauty of a smile is regarded, and these factors need to be taken into consideration as well in the planning of cosmetic and restorative dentistry treatments.
A smile design is a treatment plan used in cosmetic dentistry to make sure that the most effective solutions are given to each of the concerns that need to be addressed, in the course of the entire treatment. The smile design includes a thorough assessment of the patient by a dentist during the consultation phase, so that both the dentist and the patient can work on formulating a treatment plan that will achieve the best results. A smile design will also take into consideration the width of the patient’s mouth, the position of the eyes, and the shape of the jaw – in the formulation of the necessary treatment plan.
The smile design will enable the patient to have a clear image of what the end result of the cosmetic dentistry treatment will appear, before the actual treatment can even be started. This instills confidence and reassurance on the part of the patient, since the previously unknown end result can already be visualised before the dental procedure begins.
There are a number of cosmetic dentistry treatment options that you can have, depending on the nature of your cosmetic dentistry concern (or what you want to improve with regards to your smile’s appearance). Here are just some of the most common cosmetic dentistry treatments:
Teeth Whitening – treatments in cosmetic dentistry are used to significantly improve the colour and appearance of the teeth. Stains or discolourations on the surface of the teeth can have a negative effect on the appearance of your smile, and may even lead to more serious dental concerns if not addressed in the soonest possible time. Teeth whitening procedures can effectively remove unsightly stains or discolourations on teeth, so that your smile once again becomes sparkling white!
Orthodontic Appliances – have the goal of moving teeth in a more properly aligned (straightened) position. Crooked or improperly aligned teeth can be unattractive, and may even make it difficult for you to clean all the teeth surfaces properly – which, in turn, may lead to the development of tooth decay and other dental problems. The traditional orthodontic braces are replaced by series of clear plastic, custom-designed and -molded, removable mouth trays that are worn over the teeth. This system provides a means of correcting malocclusion while having little impact on your quality of life – in many ways, it’s the perfect solution. If your teeth are out of position and you are interested in restoring the appearance and health of your smile, orthodontic treatment can help you realise your goal.
Teeth Contouring – Improves the shape and overall appearance of misshapen or chipped teeth. Chipped teeth, those with jagged edges, or even those with irregular lengths, can be improved with the help of a tooth contouring procedure.
Dental Veneers – resemble thin shells, which are custom-made to fit on the surface of teeth. The veneers are used to improve the appearance of teeth that have gaps in between them, teeth that are decayed or damaged, or those that have stains or discolourations.