General and Cosmetic Dentistry

How can I conceal tooth flaws?

Cosmetic Dentistry in MelbourneWhen you’re unhappy with your smile, it may interfere with your overall happiness as well. Our cosmetic dentist in Melbourne is keen to help you achieve the smile you’ve been looking for, and porcelain veneers or dental crowns may be the solution.

Reasons to Consider Veneers

Porcelain veneers at our Kew East dental clinic are thin shells that are bonded to the fronts of your teeth, and they are designed to blend in with your smile and conceal tooth flaws including:

  • Discolouration
  • Shape issues
  • Discrepancies in height
  • Small gaps
  • Minor cracks
  • Gummy smiles

Dental crowns in Melbourne are another way to hide certain tooth flaws. Unlike veneers, however, porcelain crowns are designed to go over your entire prepared tooth and conceal some of the same aesthetic issues. Dental crowns can also help strengthen a tooth that has been weakened following trauma or root infection.

Our cosmetic dentist will assess your smile to make sure veneers or crowns are the right options to help you reach your smile goal. During this assessment, you are encouraged to ask questions and share any concerns that you may have about cosmetic dentistry in Kew East.

Veneers in Melbourne

At General and Cosmetic Dentistry, we are here help you realise your best smile and to help you feel good about your teeth.

If you would like to book a chat with our cosmetic dentist in Melbourne, give us a call.  

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

General and Cosmetic Dentistry is still open and dental treatment remains a valid reason for you to leave home.

The practice will remain open unless further restrictions are implemented and it is mandated by the government or our associations that we close.

As we continue to see patients, we are doing our utmost to ensure your safety, according to the guidelines proposed by authorities, with the following protocols:
  • Any person who is unwell must refrain from attending the practice for a minimum of 14 days.
  • Any person who has been exposed to someone with COVID-19 avoids attending the practice for 14 days.
  • Help us minimise the amount of traffic within our clinic by limiting who you bring with you to the appointment.
  • One parent per patient. Please do not bring siblings into the clinic.
  • All patients are to wash / Sanitise hands prior to entering the surgeries. Hand soap and paper towel is provided for washing hands.
  • All patients are to use mouthwash provided in the clinic prior to any clinical examination.
We are assessing the situation daily and will let you know of any changes.