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Cosmetic Dentistry


Inlays/onlays: Sometimes referred to as indirect fillings they are usually made of a composite material or porcelain that is long lasting yet cosmetic. Inlays or onlays are made in a dental laboratory and then fitted and adhesively bonded in place by your dentist.

Composite bonding: Chipped, broken or decayed teeth may be repaired or have there appearance corrected using composite bonding. The material is applied into the cavity or onto the surface of the tooth then sculptured into place and hardened with high intensity light.

Teeth whitening: this is the most common of cosmetic dental procedures. Stained teeth from smoking, drinking coffee of general decay are bleached to enhance the appearance.

Dental veneers: this is the same procedure as inlays and onlays and may also be used if you have gaps in your teeth or teeth whitening has been unsuccessful

Dental implants: These are artificial tooth and root replacements that are used in order to compensate for tooth loss.

Smile makeover: This involves a comprehensive assessment of your smile in order to improve its appearance. Typically more than one of the cosmetic dental procedures will be required for several teeth in order to achieve the smile you require.
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