Cosmetic dentistry involves improving the aesthetics of your teeth, whether that’s by means of teeth whitening, fillings, veneers or crowns
Teeth can become discoloured due to various factors, including age, poor dental hygiene and diet. Here at Smile Solutions we offer two options to whiten your smile: at-home whitening and in-chair whitening.
The teeth whitening systems that we offer at Smile Solutions for use at home involves a mild bleaching gel in a custom-fitted tray worn over your teeth. This process allows you to whiten your teeth in the comfort of your own home –either while you sleep by using our Night White system or for half an hour twice per day by using our Day White system.
For those who want more immediate results, our one-hour Zoom! whitening system is available. This system allows you to have your teeth whitened by six to eight shades in just one session with one of our dentists.Learn More
Porcelain Veneers and Dental Crowns
Veneers and crowns are restorations designed to improve both the aesthetics and function of damaged teeth.
Porcelain veneers are a long-lasting and popular restorative dental treatment. They are custom-made shells applied to natural teeth for the dual purpose of adding strength and beauty. They can provide protection to teeth that have been chipped, broken or treated with root canal therapy.
Dental crowns are used for heavily repaired or broken teeth, discoloured fillings and teeth weakened by root canal therapy. Sometimes referred to as a cap, a dental crown is permanently bonded to the tooth to improve its look and function. Another long-lasting restoration option, a crown can last up to 15 years or more if properly maintained.Learn More
CEREC Porcelain Fillings
CEREC stands for Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics. It is an innovation that allows damaged teeth to be restored economically and in a single appointment using a high-quality ceramic material that matches the colour, function and strength of natural teeth.
At Smile Solutions we provide single-visit porcelain fillings with CEREC Omnicam 3D and CEREC AC, the world’s leading systems for fabricating all-ceramic fillings in a single visit. When it’s time to replace your old amalgam silver fillings with a natural-looking alternative, the choice is between traditional composite resin white fillings, which suit smaller cavities, and porcelain. CEREC porcelain fillings are natural looking, strong and biocompatible – the technologically superior restoration.Learn More
Orthodontic treatment may involve conventional braces, internal lingual braces (braces on the inside of the teeth), clear braces or Invisalign. Orthodontic treatment can improve the health and function of your teeth, as well as enhance the health and function of your jaw and associated joints. When your teeth are in the right position, you will find it much easier to maintain good oral hygiene, in turn reducing your risk of developing decay and gum disease. Last but not least, orthodontic treatment can also improve the appearance of your smile.
No two mouths are the same and that’s why the orthodontic treatment option that is best for you may not necessarily suit someone else. At Smile Solutions, we have on hand an experienced team of six dedicated specialist orthodontists who will advise on, and perform, your treatment. We offer complimentary consultations for all types of orthodontic treatment. Book by phoning 13 13 96 or submit an enquiry using the form on page.Learn More
Design Your Smile
The Design Your Smile complimentary consultation puts you in control of building your beautiful new smile.
Enhancing your smile is an exciting process, however the vast number of cosmetic dentistry options can be overwhelming. Our complimentary Design Your Smile consultation is designed specifically for patients who want to improve the appearance of their smile, but don’t quite know where to start.
The one-hour consultation with our highly experienced treatment coordinator offers a personalised approach to understanding your options. With a wealth of clinical knowledge and information about veneers, Invisalign, teeth whitening and facial injectables, your treatment coordinator will discuss the options available to you based on your individual expectations and budget.Learn More
Cosmetic and Therapeutic Injectables
Facial asymmetries, lip proportions, jaw dysfunction, general wrinkles, smokers and marionette lines, gummy smiles, and loss of volume are the most common reasons for exploring injectables.
‘Injectables’ is the term used to describe substances inserted into the skin to rejuvenate the skin, lessen the appearance of wrinkles and improve asymmetry.
Injectables also form part of recognised treatment for temporomandibular disorder, associated with grinding and clenching of the teeth. Treatment with a muscle relaxant, in combination with other treatments prescribed by your dentist, can provide significant pain relief and improvement in jaw function.Learn More
The most common causes of gummy smile include hyperfunction of the upper lip (the lip pulling too high when smiling), a short upper lip, abnormal dental eruption (teeth appear short as they remain partially covered by gum tissue) and teeth that are small relative to the gum due to genetics or wear.
At Smile Solutions, we offer a range of treatments to reduce the severity of a gummy smile. Find out more here.Learn More
Laser dentistry offers a solution for patients who dislike drills, relieving much of the anxiety some people associate with dental procedures. It can also allow for a better quality of treatment and healing than was available in the past. Laser technology can play a role in a variety of cosmetic dentistry procedures, such as teeth whitening and gum lifts, to improve the look of your smile.
Fillings are a common restoration method; and because of the accuracy lasers afford, laser fillings are becoming more commonly used by cosmetic dentists to restore teeth that have been damaged by decay.
Gum disease, as well as being a threat to overall dental and bodily health, can lead to unpleasant-looking gums. Laser can be used to remove inflamed gum tissue and offer a faster and virtually pain-free option for many soft tissue procedures that would otherwise have been performed with a scalpel and local anaesthesia.Learn More