Choose Joondalup City Dental for all your cosmetic dentistry treatments in Perth WA.
What is Cosmetic Dentistry?
To put it in the simplest form, cosmetic dentistry is any dental treatment that is aimed at improving the look of the teeth, gum, or bite. A good dentist improves people’s look. Some types of cosmetic dentistry treatments are outlined below.
Dental implant is a dental treatment that involves driving a metal post of frame into the gum to be able to mount a crown or an artificial tooth on it. It is meant for people with missing tooth or teeth. It is one of the recommended options because it is durable and very convenient since it does not require any adhesive. It does not require frequent removal either.
Porcelain veneers are tooth coloured, custom made, waffle-thin shells used to cover the front part of discolored set of teeth. The shells help to improve the appearance of the teeth by changing their color and sizes. The best part is that no one will notice them. Apart from discolored teeth, veneers are also used to change the look of teeth that are worn down, chipped, broken, irregularly shaped, or misaligned. It can also be used to close diastemas (gaps between teeth).
This is pretty self explanatory. It is an alternative to porcelain veneers. Nothing improves your look better than a sparkling white set of teeth. This is why the teeth whitening treatment is necessary to remove stains and other discolorations.
Smile makeovers can be a combination of dental treatments such as dental implants, teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, and other cosmetic dentistry procedures. A great smile will not only improve your look. It will also boost your self-confidence and self-esteem.
Why Choose Joondalup City for you Cosmetic Dentistry Treatments?
We offer a wide variety of premium dental treatments and our dentists are highly trained professionals. We also allow people to spread their payments over 4 fortnights with an Afterpay facility.
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Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, we encourage you to discuss these matters with an appropriately qualified dental practitioner.