Cosmetic dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry refers to dental treatments that improve the appearance of a patient's teeth, gums, bite or smile.

Tooth Whitening

Patients often asks, what do you think of the whitening in shopping centres and the DIY kits from the supermarket, chemist or off the internet they are so cheap? We understand it can be attractive, however you do get what you pay for. At Gracedays Dental Centre, our Dentists are professionals who are qualified to perform the procedure, and would be able to manage the situation if the unfortunate does occur. Tooth whitening kits at Gracedays Dental Centre. These trays are created specifically for your teeth and gum shape to fit precisely you and only you. They are worn for various periods, which may be as little as 30 mins to overnight, depending on the type of gel supplied. The active ingredients in the gel break down years of stains and lighten your tooth enamel and gradually whiten your teeth over a period of approximately 14-21 days, although many people notice a significant difference after only a few days.

Veneers

If you’re someone who is self-conscious about your smile because of gaps, chips, stains, or misshapen teeth, dental veneers could soon transform you smile. Dental veneers are one of the most popular ways to achieve a beautiful smile. They can easily correct imperfections and let you be confident about your smile. Crowns

Crowns are often the best way to save a tooth and strengthen it. If a tooth is severely decayed, heavily filled, broken or brittle, the enamel becomes fragile like an egg shell. Teeth in this vulnerable state can crack and splinter at any point in time. A crown fits over a existing tooth that has been adjusted. Then it is cemented onto the adjusted natural tooth, this means that once in place they’re there. The initial appointment involves removing a small portion of enamel and dentine. An impression is then taken. A temporary crown it made for you to wear until your custom made crown is ready, to allow you to function normally in the mean time.

Bridges

A dental bridge is indicated when you have one or more missing teeth, because the gap will cause the neighbouring teeth to drift into the spaces, causing bite issues.