Cosmetic dentist

With a combination of professional expertise and state-of-the-art equipment, we’re dedicated to creating new and natural smiles that can last a lifetime. Every step towards that goal will be undertaken with maximum care and attention to detail. Your dream smile starts here, and with numerous cosmetic treatments available at White Dental Clinic, we can provide a holistic treatment. Read on below for our list of services provided by our cosmetic dentists. 

Dental veneers are a form of cosmetic dentistry which are a great option to rectify discolouration, unusually shaped teeth or a dental structure that is especially crowded or spaced with unwanted gaps. So what are veneers for teeth? They are thin facings that are bonded directly onto your natural teeth by your dentist. This can be done to one, multiple or all teeth. 

There are two types of dental veneers that we offer, composite resin and porcelain. Both offer long lasting results and are custom made to your teeth so that they look and feel natural to your smile and overall appearance. 

To undergo this treatment, it is required that you have a sufficient amount of healthy enamel available to ensure there is a strong bond between the veneer and the tooth. At your consultation, one of our highly trained dentists can assess whether you would be suitable for dental veneers as well as answer any questions you may have to decide if this treatment is suited to you and your smile goals. 

One of the most popular forms of cosmetic dentistry is teeth whitening. This is a non-invasive way to correct discolouration and staining to change the overall appearance of your smile entirely. Tooth discolouration will often happen over time and will occur when your teeth become stained and lose their natural whiteness. 

In most cases there are habits that will cause or accelerate discolouration, such as:

  • Smoking
  • Drinking coffee or red wine
  • A lack of oral care

However, it is important to note that these effects can be reversed with our professional whitening procedure!

At White Dental Clinic, we offer two teeth whitening procedures, in-chair teeth whitening or take home teeth whitening. Both are guided by our highly trained dental professionals. Not only do you receive a comprehensive check up & clean before your whitening treatment, the process is completely customised to you for long lasting results. Not to mention that it is much safer, more effective and healthier for your teeth when treated by a professional dentist rather than at-home whitening kits you can buy from the shops. 

Your smile goes beyond teeth. At White Dental Clinic, we apply a holistic approach in achieving your dream smile. Within our cosmetic dentistry services, cosmetic injectables can help optimise the framing of your smile by enhancing your lips, cheeks or even your eyes. This non-surgical, anti-wrinkle treatment can minimise fine lines and refine the overall appearance of the face.

There are many benefits of anti-wrinkle injections that aren’t limited to:

  • Boosting your overall appearance and smile
  • Provides almost immediate visible results
  • Comes with minimal risk
  • No down-time
  • Results are long-lasting.

Getting your anti-wrinkle treatment done by your trusted dentist at White Dental Clinic means we can apply a holistic approach to enhance your smile, beyond just dental work. As dental professionals, we understand your oral and facial anatomy incredibly well.

If you are interested in discussing your cosmetic injectable options, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We can help find the treatment approach that will help reduce the wrinkles and fine lines on your skin. We can also recommend a suitable treatment and payment plan that suits you best.

Dentures are false teeth that are worn to replace missing teeth. They are also custom designed to fit your mouth, making them as comfortable and natural as possible. Not only that, but they are designed to closely resemble natural teeth to enhance your smile. There are numerous forms they come in: 

  • Permanent dentures – dental implants that are affixed to the bone in the jaw
  • Removable dentures – the most affordable and common option
  • Flexible dentures – aren’t as brittle so are less likely to shatter if they’re dropped and don’t require metal clasps to hold them in place.
  • Full dentures – a complete set of dentures that are used to replace a full set of missing teeth on the upper or lower jaw and can be removable or supported with implants.
  • Partial dentures – useful when there are still natural teeth remaining in the jaw, and you need to replace just one, or a few teeth rather than a full set.

Dentures come with numerous benefits, such as making eating and speaking easier but also avoiding insecurities around the way you may smile. Find your denture solution at one of our Sydney clinics where we can help find a denture that suits you and your smile.

Dental crowns and bridges can enhance your smile by permanently fixing missing or damaged teeth. This is a form of restorative dentistry that uses prosthetic devices to return your smile to its natural appearance. 

A dental crown is used when a single tooth structure is damaged, fractured or infected by large cavities that can’t be filled. You may need a dental crown if you have worn down, broken or weak teeth, often towards the back of your mouth. However, crowns can also be used with other cosmetic treatments such as veneers to fix misshapen or badly discoloured teeth. 

A dental bridge is used when one or more consecutive teeth are missing. It is a ceramic structure that spans the gap left by a missing or extracted tooth. A prosthetic tooth is fused between two or more crowns on either side of the missing tooth that serve as anchors. The anchor teeth are shaped to accommodate the crowns, and then a bridge is bonded securely over these teeth.

This type of treatment is a long-lasting solution to optimise your smile and you can expect your crown or bridge to last between 7 to 15 years, while excellent oral hygiene can further extend the life of your crown or bridge. Contact us to find out more about dental crowns and bridges.