Improving Your Smile With Cosmetic Dentistry


Dr Aran Moorthy

This article was written by Australian dental surgeon Dr Aran Moorthy, BDS. Dr Moorthy has a Bachelor of Dental Surgery from the University of Adelaide. You can read more about Dr Moorthy here >

Cosmetic Dentistry | Mills Road Dental

Thanks to advancements in modern dentistry, there are now an array of options for improving your smile with cosmetic dentistry. The best news? Many of these are fast, convenient, noninvasive, and more affordable than ever.

Depending on your unique requirements, cosmetic dental treatments can help dramatically improve your smile – whether you are wanting to correct your teeth’s alignment, lighten their shade, or correct the appearance of a chipped tooth, cosmetic dentistry may be the perfect solution.

There’s no doubt that our society is focused more than ever on the appearance of our teeth, and cosmetic dental treatments can help drastically enhance your smile. To see if a cosmetic procedure is right or you, let’s explore what each treatment involves:

Teeth Whitening

At Mills Road Dental we offer both in-chair and at-home teeth bleaching treatments to help whiten your teeth and remove discoloration.

Both treatments offer great results and are pain-free, so it’s up to you to choose what works best for you to lighten your natural tooth colour.

Professional in-chair teeth whitening takes just 1 hour to complete, and will leave your teeth 2-3 shades lighter thanks to our Pola whitening system. Alternatively, our take-home teeth whitening kits offer a result far superior to over-the-counter treatments, and your dentist can recommend the perfect strength for you.

Porcelain veneers

Veneers are wafer-thin custom-made, natural-looking ‘shells’ that are permanently bonded to the front of your teeth to improve their appearance. They help restore or disguise damaged, discoloured or uneven teeth. Unlike crowns, only a minimal amount of tooth structure needs to be removed from the surface of the tooth.

CEREC Crowns

A dental crown is a natural-looking ‘cap’ that encases the entire tooth. A crown helps to restore a tooth back to its original shape and size.

A dental crown may be used to conceal teeth that are badly stained, cracked or damaged; protect and strengthen a tooth that may not be able to restored; or to protect weak or decayed teeth.

Thanks to our 3-D CEREC machine, our qualified dentist and dental assistant can create 3D digital images of your tooth, design your ceramic restoration and create your new natural-looking crown in our Gosnells dental clinic in just one appointment.

This blog page has been fact-checked by Dentist Dr Aran Moorthy.

If you want a healthier, more radiant smile, be sure to chat to our dental team and find out if cosmetic dentistry is right for you.

Book an appointment for one of our cosmetic dentistry services at Mills Road Dental today.

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