Cosmetic Dentistry Melbourne
For a smile you’ll always want to wear.
Make your smile your most attractive asset. If you’re feeling self-conscious or embarrassed about your smile, make an appointment with the experts at Stanley Street Dental and let us show you what we can do for you. Our team has a special interest in cosmetic dentistry procedures such as teeth whitening, veneers, crowns, Invisalign®, gum disease treatment, and more. So whether it’s discolouration, unshapely, crooked or missing teeth, we’ve got you covered.
Teeth Whitening – This is exactly as it sounds! Teeth whitening is known as the easiest and cheapest way to improve the look of your smile by converting tired and faded teeth into sparkling white jewels. While teeth whitening kits can be purchased for home use, dentist procedures are more professional, with guaranteed, long-lasting results.
Dental Veneers – These are thin layers of fake teeth that are fixed to the front of your originals. Veneers are often made out of porcelain and are designed to be a perfect white colour, as well as the ideal shape to give you the best smile possible. If you want to change the colour, shape, size, or length of your teeth, veneers could be your ticket to a perfect grin.
Dental Bonding – This is when a dental professional spreads a putty-like resin across the front of each tooth, which is then hardened using either a laser or ultraviolet light. This bonds the material to the original teeth, allowing the dental professional to then go back and shape the resin into the perfect look. Bonding is ideal for anyone looking to repair cracked, chipped, decayed, or misshapen teeth.
Dental Crown – This is a cap that fits perfectly over the entirety of the damaged tooth, thus changing its appearance. Crowns can influence the size, shape, colour, and more. They can also strengthen a damaged tooth and hold things together.
Dental Implants – These are replacement teeth that are inserted straight into the bone socket left behind by the former original tooth.
Inlays and Onlays – These are also referred to as indirect fillings, and they are designed to fill a damaged/decayed tooth with either gold, porcelain, or a composite. An inlay is when this material bonds inside the middle of the tooth. An onlay is when it bonds with at least one point of the tooth, or perhaps the biting surface of said tooth.
Book a cosmetic consultation today and let your smile really shine.
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