Cosmetic Dentistry


A smile speaks a thousand words. Smiling is an act of a person’s ability and willingness to express emotions with the movement of their facial muscles and lips. The art of smile designing is a well-organized, systematic and modern approach done on patients to evaluate, diagnose and resolve aesthetic problems. It gives a new improved look to the patient’s smile. It is done by modifying specific and distinguished aesthetic elements


Smile Designing


Smile designing can also be called a process of improving the appearance of the smile with the help of different dental treatments like composites, dental veneers, bonding, dental implants, teeth whitening and gums surgery.

  • The most important function of this process is to give a beautiful, healthy and everlasting smile
  • Smile designing also develops a stable masticator system where teeth, jaws, mouth muscles and mouth joints can function normally
  • It gives the teeth a normal and beautiful appearance
  • And with a beautiful smile comes an enhanced confidence
 
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Smile Designing


Tooth Colored Filling


Tooth Colored Filling is used to repair a tooth that is affected by decay, cracks, fractures, etc. The decayed or affected portion of the tooth will be removed and then filled with a composite filling.

There are many types of filling materials available, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. You and your dentist can discuss the best options for restoring your teeth. Composite fillings, instead of silver fillings, are the most widely used today. Because composite fillings are tooth colored, they can be closely matched to the color of existing teeth, and are more aesthetically suited for use in front teeth or more visible areas of the mouth. They are very durable and will last many years, giving you a long lasting, beautiful smile.

 
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Tooth Colored Filling


Veneers & Laminates


Dental veneers & Laminates are very thin shells of porcelain or resin material that are bonded over the front of your natural teeth to change the way that they look. From crowding to uneven teeth, veneers can be used for a variety of aesthetic situations, and results are amazing.

Veneers are applied directly to the tooth to create straighter, whiter teeth. They can also be used to close spaces, or repair chipped and damaged teeth. When placed side by side, dental veneers have the potential to change the overall appearance of your entire smile.



Teeth Whitening


Seems as though just about everyone is doing it these days! Getting that “Sparkling Smile” is a regular pastime and the number one requested cosmetic dentistry procedure.

When it comes to teeth whitening (bleaching), it’s always best to begin in our office. We can advise you on whether you are a good candidate for teeth whitening. Those people with yellowish teeth typically have better results than those with brownish or grayish hues. Also, whiteners have no effect on tooth-colored composite fillings or teeth that are bonded, so whitening will only make these teeth stand out from the ones that do whiten. Want to know more? Call us and we’ll gladly provide you with the pros and cons of the different types of whitening procedures.

 
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Teeth Whitening


Tooth Jewelry


Tooth jewellery originated in America and its popularity is now spreading across other parts of the world. Tooth jewellery can be seen as another form of self-expression which can add another dimension and sparkle to your smile.

It is advisable to have the tooth jewel fitted professionally by a qualified dentist for the correct fitting of the jewel. The procedure will be short and pain-free, and require approximately 10 minutes. The gem is applied to the tooth using strong adhesive glue and for there is no need to drill the tooth surface.

How long does a Tooth jewel last?

Tooth jewels and stones generally can last 6 months to a year. It highly depends on the position of the jewel, eating habits, and your oral hygiene. If you wish for the jewel to be removed or to be changed, it can be easily replaced by the dentist.