Make a lasting first impression
A beautiful smile is about much more than looking great, it’s also about improving the way you feel. Our dentists will not only help you to achieve your most gorgeous smile ever, we’ll also use your visit as an opportunity to improve your overall dental health.
Our skilled dentists will help you to choose the most suitable solution to your concerns, while also using our years of knowledge and expertise to recommend a treatment plan that takes care of your mouth from a health perspective too.
I'd like to know more about ZOOM whitening
Please visit our page on Teeth Whitening which covers some of our most frequently asked questions when it comes to getting a whiter, brighter smile with ZOOM.
My tooth is damaged. Do I need a bridge or a crown?
When a tooth is heavily decayed or filled with filling material, it is more likely to fracture and lose considerable tooth substance. The greater risk is that a fracture line may go below the margin of the gum, which makes restoration more difficult or near impossible.
Bridge: A bridge allows the dentist to replace lost teeth without the use of a denture or dental implant. To put it more simply, a false tooth is held in place by being attached to a tooth that sits alongside.
Post Crown: When the top of a tooth is lost due to decay there may be very little for the crown to hold onto. To gain ‘retention’ as dentists call it, a post is placed inside the tooth, which forms a peg on top of the tooth and acts as a seat for the crown. Post crowns have a shorter lifespan than normal crowns, as the roots may be brittle and weaker. Usually, a post crown is a better option than having the tooth extracted with a subsequent denture or bridge.
What types of Veneers can I get?
What's involved in getting dentures?
If you have lost your teeth, whether due to injury, tooth decay, gum disease or ageing, dentures can help restore your way of life. Dentures will better enable you to perform daily functions such as eating and speaking and regain self-confidence by improving your appearance and smile.
The process of creating a denture (called a prosthesis) usually takes around 4 to 6 weeks, depending on the type of denture and technique the dentist or laboratory technician use.
Once your dentures are fitted, your dentist will show you how to properly care for and store them in order to prolong their wear.
How We Help
+ Teeth Whitening
+ Smile Analysis
+ Full Mouth Rehabilitation
+ Porcelain Veneers & Crowns
+ Composite Veneers
+ Dental Implants
+ Dental Bridge