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A beautiful smile can be transformative.

Cosmetic dentistry has become a popular way to transform a persons appearance.

Corrective changes can take years off your appearance, smooth out fine lines and wrinkles and fill in sunken cheeks.

Of all procedures carried out to counter the effects of aging, cosmetic dentistry is one of the quickest and least invasive forms of treatment.

Are you wondering if you’ll like the proposed changes? There’s no need for concern.

Smile design is no longer left to chance. And you get input into the changes and can see how these changes will impact your smile before you begin any treatment.

At Melbourne Dentist, we combine a range of digital technologies with sound design principles provide you with stunning outcomes.

By blending science, technology, art, technical expertise and a warm personal approach, we attract people of all ages from near and afar.

Transformative Smile

Problems we regularly solve

Everybody would love to have perfect teeth. Cosmetic Dental services range from simple teeth whitening procedures to complex reconstruction.
Are you looking for solutions to any of these cosmetic problems?

Teeth whitening Promotion

Old worn out and dark fillings can impart significant discolouration to your teeth. The blemish becomes even more evident if bacteria is leaking around the filling. Corrosion by-products of a silver-mercury filling placed near the front of your mouth can leave the tooth bluish or even black. The simple replacement of this material with a new modern tooth coloured material can restore your tooth to its original beauty.

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Nothing beats a great smile. Some studies suggest that the smile is the first thing noticed by nearly 50% of people when they meet someone for the first time. One of the essential elements of a beautiful smile is straight teeth. But the self-confidence straight teeth will give you is not necessarily their only benefit.

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Despite its strength, the outer surface of your teeth (enamel) can be worn down to expose the weaker honey-coloured dentine below. This exposed dentine can be sensitive, be more prone to decay and is much more readily worn down.

Allowing your teeth to wear down significantly, so that they require rebuilding can involve complex treatment. Early prevention and restoration is your key to reduce long term complexity and costs.

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Missing teeth in the front of your mouth can lower your self-confidence. Missing teeth at the back of your mouth may not be quite so visible. Still, their absence will often cause a collapse of your bite leading to poor function and overloading of your other teeth – including your front teeth.

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When you’re asked to think about cosmetic dentistry, the first thing that probably comes to mind is porcelain veneers – a  beautiful natural-looking smile.

Now when you’re asked to think about dentures, that same beautiful, natural-looking smile probably isn’t the first image that comes to mind.

But it should be!
Today’s cosmetic dentures can look incredibly natural.

And it’s not just the teeth that have improved…the appearance of the gums can be made to look just like the real thing.

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What makes a smile gummy is a matter of opinion. Still, studies have shown that your smile will usually be viewed as gummy when 4 millimetres or more of your gum tissue shows. There are four major causes of a gummy smile. Determining the underlying cause will help us work our way through a myriad of treatment options to find just the right one for you.

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A space between two teeth is called a diastema. It is most commonly seen between the two front teeth but can occur between any two teeth. There are several reasons why spaces can develop between your teeth. While orthodontic braces or clear aligners are the most common method used to close gaps, porcelain veneers and crowns can be a quick and beautiful alternative.

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Discoloured Teeth
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There are many reasons why your teeth could become stained and discoloured.

Cosmetic dentistry can address this problem in a variety of ways including whitening procedures, porcelain veneers, crowns or composite veneers.

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Old, discoloured and broken fillings

Old worn out and dark fillings can impart significant discoloration to your teeth. This becomes even more evident if there is bacteria leaking around the filling. Corrosion by-products of a silver-mercury filling placed near the front of your mouth can leave the tooth bluish or even black in colour. The simple replacement of this material with a new modern tooth coloured material can restore your tooth to its original beauty.

Read More

Crooked Teeth

Nothing beats a great smile. Some studies suggest that the smile is the first thing noticed by nearly 50% of people when they meet someone for the first time. One of the most important elements of a beautiful smile is straight teeth. But the self confidence straight teeth will give you is not necessarily their only benefit.

Read More

Chipped and Worn Teeth

Despite its strength, the outer surface of your teeth (enamel) can be worn down to expose the weaker honey-coloured dentine below. This exposed dentine can be sensitive, be more prone to decay and is much more readily worn down.

Allowing your teeth to wear down significantly, so that they require rebuilding can involve complex treatment. Early prevention and restoration is your key to reduce long term complexity and costs.

Read More

Missing Teeth

Missing teeth in the front of your mouth can really lower your self confidence. Missing teeth at the back of your mouth may not be quite so visible, but their absence will often cause a collapse of your bite leading to poor function and overloading of your other teeth – including your front teeth.

Read More

False looking dentures

When you’re asked to think about cosmetic dentistry, the first thing that probably comes to mind are porcelain veneers. A beautiful natural looking smile.

Now when you’re asked to think about dentures, that same beautiful, natural looking smile probably isn’t the first image that comes to mind.

But it should be!
Today’s cosmetic dentures can look incredibly natural.

And it’s not just the teeth that have improved…the appearance of the gums can be made to look just like the real thing.

Read More

Gummy Smile

What makes a smile gummy is a matter of opinion, but studies have shown that your smile will usually be viewed as gummy when 4 millimetres or more of your gum tissue shows. There are four major causes of a gummy smile, and determining the underlying cause will help us work our way through a myriad of treatment options to find just the right one for you.

Read More

Gappy Teeth

A space between two teeth is called a diastema. It is most commonly seen between the two front teeth but can occur between any two teeth. There are a number of reasons why spaces can develop between your teeth. While orthodontic braces or clear aligners are the most common method used to close spaces, porcelain veneers and crowns can be a quick and beautiful alternative.

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Cosmetic dentistry can change your entire appearance overnight. The results can be life-changing.

So if you would like to change anything about your smile, take a look at our promotion page for a fantastically valued smile check and smile simulation offers.

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Solutions to beautify your smile

Cosmetic enhancements can be simple – where a one-hour whitening session follows a clean-and-polish appointment.
More complex issues can require a combination of techniques, including straightening, whitening, veneers, and gum re-contouring.
The following processes and techniques are used to ensure ultimate aesthetics while maintaining a highly conservative approach.

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Modern ceramic technology allows porcelain veneers and crowns to be made very thin. A thin veneer allows for incredible conservation of your tooth structure while still being able to improve the shape, position, colour and surface lustre of your teeth.

Our digital smile design technique will allow you to see a ‘mock-up’ of your new smile in your mouth. Only once you are pleased  with the proposed changes do we have the laboratory technician utilise the final design for production of your permanent veneers or crowns.

Read More

Teeth whitening Promotion

At Melbourne Dentist, we have many ways to improve your smile, including Porcelain veneers, dental crowns and dental implants. However, the easiest and least invasive treatment we offer is teeth whitening, also known as bleaching. The procedure’s simplicity and affordability has made it extremely popular.

To predictably give you a smile you desire, we have developed two simple and safe protocols. A few extra steps with newly developed materials have made all the difference.

Read More

Orthodontics harnesses the bodies own abilities to remodel itself.
Invisalign is a system that uses clear, nearly invisible aligners which gradually and gently shift your teeth into a better position. They can be removed when you eat, for special occasions, and to allow you to continue your regular  daily oral hygiene routine.

The system is designed to more readily fit into a busy work, school or travel schedule. And in many cases, it requires fewer visits to the clinic than traditional braces.

Along with improved aesthetic alignment, facial profiles, breathing difficulties, you can also enhance and teeth functional positions.
Orthodontics can make an incredible contribution to a great smile and a lifetime of dental health.

Read More

Lost teeth don’t have to stay lost. Dental implants are reliable, safe alternatives for replacing missing teeth that more and more people are using to improve function and appearance.

Read More

A smile can be transformed simply by replacing old worn silver-black fillings.

One of three techniques is usually employed to replace dental amalgam. We determine the material and method used by the size of the defect in that exists after removing all old filling material, decay and fractures.

Read More

Composite veneers are an alternative to porcelain veneers. They are more cost-effective and less invasive than porcelain veneers.
Instead of being produced in a lab from a model of your teeth, composite veneers are created by placing layers of various  shades of tooth coloured resin directly to the tooth surface and then setting or “curing” the resin. Like porcelain veneers, they can dramatically improve a crooked, worn or gappy smile.

Read More

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Digital Smile Design enables you to visualise and effectively ‘test-drive’ an individually tailored cosmetic dental ‘mock-up’, before committing to treatment.
Blending art and science, high-resolution digital images are used to map your ideal smile based on facial landmarks and your chosen teeth shape, shade and form.

Read More

A dental bridge is just one of the treatment options that we can use to replace one or more missing teeth.
It’s a more traditional technique that utilises the teeth either side of a space to support a fixed appliance.

While dental implants are the best option these days in most instances, there is still a place for this technique in modern dentistry.

Read More

Dentistry’s ongoing technological march has also encompassed the world of dentures.
The function, look and feel of a denture doesn’t have to be compromised when manufactured with expert knowledge.

We combine the digital design process with your take on how you would like your teeth to appear to create premium appliances with ideal aesthetics in mind.
A small number of implants can even be placed in the upper or lower jaw to support an entire full denture with similar  sturdiness as natural teeth.

Read More

Cosmetic re-contouring is an effortless cosmetic dental procedure. We complete it in one visit without the need for anaesthetic. It will produce an immediate visible change to your smile in the least invasive way possible.

We can smooth over cracks and chips, and minor length adjustments can be made to result in your teeth appear more symmetrical. Enamel can even be re-contoured to correct slight tooth overlapping.

Read More

Teeth whitening Promotion

One of the responses to gum disease, or certain medications is swelling. The healthy pink tissue that usually frames the teeth can become reddened, puffy and may readily bleed. A thorough professional clean of the tooth and root surfaces should reduce gum swelling and return the gums to their former beauty.

Read More

The aesthetic balance and harmony of a perfect smile is in no small part related to the shape of the gums that ‘frame’ the teeth.

Just like the biting edges of the teeth, the gum line needs to be uniform.

Differing gum heights will only serve to cause in imbalance in teeth heights.

A simple re-contouring of the gums can realign gum levels return a balanced smile.

Read More

Porcelain veneers and crowns
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Modern ceramic technology allow porcelain veneers and crowns to be made very thin. This allows for incredible conservation of your tooth structure while still being able to improve the shape, position, colour and surface lustre of your teeth.

Our digital smile design technique will allow you to see a ‘mock-up’ of your new smile in your mouth. Only once you are completely happy with the proposed changes do we have the laboratory technician utilise the final design for production of your permanent veneers or crowns.

Read More

Teeth Whitening
Teeth whitening Promotion

At Melbourne Dentist we have many ways to improve your smile including Porcelain veneers, dental crowns and dental implants. However, the easiest and least invasive treatment we offer is teeth whitening, also known as bleaching. The procedure’s simplicity and affordability has made it extremely popular.

To predictably give you the smile you desire, we have developed two simple and safe protocols. A few extra steps with newly developed materials have made all the difference.

Read More

Invisalign

Orthodontics harnesses the bodies own abilities to remodel itself.
Invisalign is a system that uses clear, nearly invisible aligners which gradually and gently shift your teeth into a better position. They can be removed when you eat, for special occasions, and to allow you to continue your regular  daily oral hygiene routine.

The system is designed to more readily fit into a busy work, school or travel schedule. And in many cases it requires fewer visits to the clinic than traditional braces.

Along with improved aesthetic alignment, facial profiles, breathing difficulties and teeth functional positions can also be improved.
Orthodontics can make an incredible contribution to a great smile and a lifetime of dental health.

Read More

Implants

Lost teeth don’t have to stay lost. Dental implants are reliable, safe alternatives for replacing missing teeth that more and more people are using to improve function and appearance.

Read More

Tooth coloured fillings

A smile can be transformed simply by replacing old worn silver-black fillings.
One of three techniques is usually employed to replace dental amalgam. The material and technique used is determined by the size of the defect in that exists after removing all old filling material, decay and fractures

Read More

Composite veneers

Composite veneers are an alternative to porcelain veneers. They are more cost effective and less invasive than porcelain veneers.
Instead of being produced in a lab from a model of your teeth, composite veneers are produced by placing layers of various  shades of tooth coloured resin directly to the tooth surface and then setting or “curing” the resin. Like porcelain veneers they can dramatically improve a crooked, worn or gappy smile.

Read More

Digital Smile Design
5-benefits-of-invisalign

Digital Smile Design enables you to visualise and effectively ‘test-drive’ an individually tailored cosmetic dental ‘mock-up’, before committing to treatment.
Blending art and science, high-resolution digital images are used to map your ideal smile based on facial landmarks and your chosen teeth shape, shade and form.

Read More

Porcelain Bridges

A dental bridge is just one of the treatment options that we can use to replace one or more missing teeth.
It’s a more traditional technique that utilises the teeth either side of a space to support a fixed appliance.

While dental implants are the best option these days in most instances, there is definitely still a place for this technique in modern dentistry.

Read More

Dentures

Dentistry’s ongoing technological march has also encompassed the world of dentures.
The function, look and feel of a denture doesn’t have to be compromised when manufactured with expert knowledge.

The digital design process can be combined with your own personal take on how you would like your teeth to appear to create premium appliances with ideal aesthetics in mind.
A small number of implants can even be placed in the upper or lower jaw to support an entire full denture with similar  sturdiness as natural teeth.

Read More

Cosmetic Recontouring

Cosmetic recontouring is a very simple cosmetic dental procedure that is completed in one visit without the need for anaesthetic. It will produce an immediate visible change to your smile in the least invasive way possible

Cracks and chips can be smoothed over and minor length adjustments can be made to result in your teeth appearing more symmetrical. Enamel can even be recontoured to correct minor tooth overlapping.

Read More

Gum therapy -& Professional teeth cleaning
Teeth whitening Promotion

One of the responses to gum disease, or certain medications is swelling. The healthy pink tissue that usually frames the teeth can become reddened, puffy and may readily bleed. A thorough professional clean of the tooth and root surfaces should reduce gum swelling and return the gums to their former beauty.

Read More

Gum Recontouring

The aesthetic balance and harmony of a perfect smile is in no small part related to the shape of the gums that ‘frame’ the teeth.

Just like the biting edges of the teeth, the gum line needs to be uniform.

Differing gum heights will only serve to cause in imbalance in teeth heights.

A simple recontouring of the gums can realign gum levels return a balanced smile.

Read More

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