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Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry is the range of dental treatments aimed specifically at enhancing the aesthetics, colour and shape of your teeth. With the many modern advancements in dental technology, there is now a large range of cosmetic dental treatments available that can alter the appearance of your teeth and create a natural, whiter result while also helping to achieve good oral health. Cosmetic dental treatments may be used to treat a number of common aesthetic dental issues including crooked, cracked, discoloured, stained, chipped, missing, gaped, worn and overlapping teeth.”

Teeth Whitening

Although you may have teeth that are perfectly aligned, they may have lost the lustre they once had and leaving you a little disheartened and self-conscious about your smile.

Overtime, teeth can dull through consumption of certain foods and drinks , along with natural aging, prescribed medications and smoking. By undergoing this treatment , your teeth can be rejuvenated back to a radiant smile and elevating your confidence.


These are used for many cosmetic procedures including: Closing gaps, straightening teeth, repairing chips and covering stains.
They are a more conservative treatment and are a thin tooth coloured porcelain shell placed over the unsightly tooth.


Bridges are restorations designed to replace one or several missing teeth and like Crowns they restore the dentition to full function and appearance.
Bridges are secured by crowns on adjacent teeth to the space.

Dental Implants

These are artificial tooth roots which are placed into the jaw bone to replace missing teeth. Their function is to closely mimic real teeth. This is an alternate to dentures and bridges.


A Crown is a restoration designed to cover a single tooth in its entirety and is one of the strongest and most popular solutions to restoring a tooth to its full function and appearance.

Opening Hours

Monday 8:00am to 7:00pm

Tuesday 8:00am to 7:00pm

Wednesday 8:00am to 7:00pm

Thursday 10:00am to 8.30 pm

Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm

Saturday 8:00am to 2:00pm