General and Cosmetic Dentistry
Cosmetic Dentist Kew East

Have a Smile That Is as Beautiful as It Is Healthy

March 29, 2019
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Posted By: Dr Alicja Gizinski
Couple | Cosmetic Dentist Kew East

Many of our patients enjoy healthy teeth and gums but are dissatisfied with the smile they see in the mirror. At our Kew East dental clinic, we believe that everyone deserves a beautiful smile, and we provide the cosmetic dentistry options that can make it happen.

Ways Cosmetic Dentistry Can Enhance Your Smile

We invite you to book a consultation with one of our cosmetic dentists. We can go over some of your options and explain cosmetic treatments so you can make the best decisions for your oral health, including:

  • Professional teeth whitening—For a quick and affordable improvement to your smile, nothing beats professional teeth whitening. We use the Zoom! Whitening System for superb results after just one visit to our dental clinic.
  • Porcelain inlays and onlays—If you don’t have enough of the tooth structure left, porcelain inlays and onlays can protect what remains so full function is restored with a natural look.
  • Protective dental crowns—When teeth are damaged or need to be covered up to improve aesthetics, a dental crown can reduce sensitivity, ensure you can chew comfortably and restore your smile.
  • Porcelain veneers—These ultra-thin tooth covers can camouflage many dental issues, such as teeth that are gapped, misaligned or stained, leaving you with a picture-perfect smile.
  • Tooth-coloured/white fillings—These restorations can replace any old metal amalgam fillings you might still have. A tooth-coloured filling matches the tooth it is restoring perfectly, for a seamless look. The composite material can also be used to fix minor imperfections in teeth.

Would You Like to Learn More about Improving Your Smile?

We invite you to contact our Kew East dental clinic to book a consult to learn more about how cosmetic dentistry can improve your smile. Call us on (03) 9859 1187 or (03) 9859 2749 to request an appointment.

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.