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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Cosmetic Dentistry

How can we help you?

We have collected several of the most common questions we receive and listed them here for your convenience. If your question is not listed, we welcome you to phone us for a specific answer about the services we provide, health fund information or to arrange an appointment.

We welcome new patients, and our friendly, professional team is dedicated to helping you get the answers you need to make accurate decisions regarding your oral health.

Cosmetic Dentistry

Even if you brush and floss regularly and see your dentist on time for exams and cleans, you can still develop tooth stains and discolouration. This may be due to dietary choices like coffee or sauces, ageing or smoking.

Fortunately, there are options available to help you restore the appearance of your teeth.

When it comes to tooth discolouration repair, your cosmetic dentistry options in Booragoon include:

  • Professional teeth whitening—this is different from kits purchased in shops, allowing for a prescription-strength whitening outcome and a more even result.
  • Dental bonding—this is typically an inexpensive way to conceal discolouration and flaws using composite resin and a special light.
  • Dental crowns—this option can hide tooth stains while offering support to a weak tooth.
  • Veneers—veneers go over the fronts of teeth to give a symmetrical appearance, conceal slightly crooked teeth, and give the illusion of a uniform tooth shade.

Your cosmetic dentist in Booragoon can help you decide the best option for your smile, oral health and budget. This means an examination of your teeth is in order, which may include x-rays.

At Garden City Implant Dental, we want you to be proud of your smile.

If you would like to learn more, or if you’re ready to arrange a booking, we welcome your call.

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