Cosmetic Dentistry Solutions | Wedding Smile

Due to the recent increase in the media focus on a person’s smile, similar as Television shows like"Extreme Makeover", it has made people more apprehensive of how their mouths should look. This has created more public awareness about cosmetic dentistry and its availability.

 Cosmetic Dentistry is the application of dental procedures similar as crowns, bridges, veneers or tooth coloured fillings with the aim of significantly perfecting the overall aesthetics of your smile. This is frequently referred to as a"Smile Makeover","Hollywood Smile"or" Wedding Smile." Having a smile makeover helps to ameliorate the appearance of your smile through one or further cosmetic dentistry procedures and can have a positive impact on an individual’s self- confidence.

Some of our Dental Practitioners have a‘ special interest’in cosmetic dentistry and have been on many courses to enhance their chops and experience in this growing field. For this purpose, your dentist can reshape your teeth, acclimate the spaces between them, change the colour or alter the length of your teeth. Our Cosmetic dentist will work with you to develop an affordable treatment plan that will give you the results you'll be amazed by.

Cosmetic dentistry may involve the following:

•           The addition of some dental materials to your teeth, for example, fillings and crowns.

•            Removal of tooth structure, for example, enameloplasty.

•             Straightening of the teeth for the purpose of a better smile with orthodontics.

Before we can carry out any treatment, there are certain core principles that we need to adhere to in order to meet the final objects of any type of dentistry. These include:

  • Establishing natural tooth forms and surfaces that are invisible to see
  • Colour and texture to form natural- looking restorations
  • Correct occlusion patterns for the specific case to remove interferences
  • Harmonious periodontal tissues
  • Protection of tooth structure

Teeth whitening | Wedding Smile

One of the most common cosmetic procedures is teeth whitening or tooth bleaching.

Losing the colour of your teeth is all part of the ageing process. Teeth start to change colour from teenage years onward. Whitening is ideal for people who suffer from stained teeth as a result of eating certain foods such as curries and drinking products such as red wine, tea , coffee or tobacco - without harming their teeth.

There are three types of teeth whitening techniques to choose from:       

A: Laser whitening

B:  Home kit

C: Veneers 

Veneers is a technique used to correct crowding in the mouth, covering poorly broken teeth, poorly stained teeth, reshape teeth or closing up gaps.

They're also used to increase the dimension of the tooth, thicken them, make them squarer or longer.

Thin slices of porcelain called veneers are shaped and coloured to correspond to the being teeth.

The veneer is bonded onto the frontal face of the tooth using an adhesive bonding material.. The advantage of this treatment is that only a minimum quantum of drilling is needed

Dental Crown Metal Crown or Porcelain Crown

This treatment is used to restore chipped or replace broken teeth.

An impression of the tooth is taken and the crown (made from metal or porcelain) is built in a laboratory to an individual’s prescription, using a gold alloy covered with bonded porcelain. The old tooth is then cut down by a millimeter or so to make room for the crown. The crown is then cemented on to the tooth. Crowns can be completely ceramic as well which give the best aesthetic results.

Bridges:

Bridges are used to bridge a gap where a tooth is missing, or to close a gap.

A metal unit of three crowns is fashioned from porcelain. The bridge is then cemented to the teeth either side of the gap. These teeth are drilled down to attach the bridge either side of the gap.

The middle crown is solid to mimic a tooth, the other two are hollow in order to fit over the teeth. A colour is chosen to blend in with existing teeth and the shade of the bridge.

Implants:

Implants consists of a titanium screw that can be used to replace missing teeth or assist in keeping dentures more stable and retentive. Just like a tooth root, it is placed into the jawbone.

Orthodontics:

There are two ways to straighten teeth, either with orthodontics or cosmetically. Orthodontics is the area of dentistry concerned with the prevention and correction of irregularities of the teeth. For people with crowded teeth, crooked teeth or tilting teeth, all these problems can trap food which can lead to gum disease and tooth decay. Braces can also be used to simply move the teeth for a better, more aesthetic smile.