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Veneers can dramatically improve the appearance of natural teeth and give you a smile makeover you always desired. If you’re concerned about discolouration, chips, misalignments or the shape of your teeth, then veneers could offer a solution. They can also be used to close the gaps between your natural teeth. They are made of either a tooth-coloured resin composite bonded material or a thin layer of porcelain shell, carefully crafted to fit over the surface of your tooth.
We recommend highest quality, minimal reduction porcelain veneers over traditional, more destructive version or options. This means that your natural enamel is preserved and veneers are fully reversible. We offer these at an affordable price.
You can learn more about veneers here. If you’d like to discuss whether veneers are appropriate for you, please call us on 9510 5597.
A direct restoration (meaning it is placed directly into a cavity by a dentist) – also known as a filling – is one of the most common ways to restore a tooth.
A tooth coloured or composite restoration will closely resemble the colour and shape of your natural tooth. It can be used as a sole option, or as a cost effective alternative to a stronger crown to restore your tooth.
Dental implants are an aesthetic, comfortable and permanent way to replace any combination of missing teeth. Just like your natural teeth, for long term success dental implants need to be adequately supported by your own bone. Quality and volume of bone diminishes with the length of time your teeth have been missing and sometimes the bone needs to be regenerated through a bone grafting procedure such as a width graft or a sinus lift. Surprisingly to many it’s a common predictable procedure with minimal discomfort which allows you to enjoy the benefits of being able to have dental implants where you thought they weren’t possible. Dr Helen has advanced qualifications in implant surgery and can offer you expert comprehensive implant treatment solutions under one roof so that you don’t have to be referred to anyone else.
We also offer a graftless All-on-4 solution to denture wearers and people with failing teeth.
To read more about All-on-4, please click here or for a consultation with Dr Helen call us on 9510 5597.
We have all heard of dental bridges. To prevent your other teeth from drifting after a tooth extraction and therefore loosing your chewing ability, a fixed bridge might be an option for you. For many years until dental implants gained popularity, bridges offered a fixed, comfortable, stable and aesthetic solution. Instead of implants which are supported by your jaw, bridges are a surgery free way to have you missing teeth supported by your existing teeth. Although these are less common now, there are still situations best treated with bridges.
If you wish to know your options and to find out if a bridge is appropriate for you, please call us on 9510 5597.
Please call us today for a thorough examination of your gums and a preventative strategy.
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