Cosmetic Dentistry

Smile and the world smiles with you… but what if you lack the confidence or feel embarrassed about the state of your teeth?

At Oral Square Dental Care, we believe your smile is a reflection of your personality and we want to support you in developing the most beautiful, healthy smile possible, so you smile from within.

We offer a comprehensive range of cosmetic dental treatments that can restore symmetry, balance, radiance, and comfort to your smile, providing you with a newfound sense of confidence and oral health.

Why Cosmetic Dentistry?

Cosmetic dental care encompasses various dental procedures aimed at enhancing the appearance of your teeth. In many cases, these procedures also have health benefits. For example, a dental crown can cover a chipped tooth which improves its appearance while also protecting the tooth from further damage or potential decay.

Cosmetic dentistry can be used to repair a variety of cosmetic problems such as discoloration, chipped teeth, gaps, or a “gummy smile.” Advancements in technology mean several procedures such as porcelain veneers can be used to resolve the appearance of dental issues without pain or the invasive nature of orthodontic work.

Our Tarneit cosmetic dental clinic can offer you a solution if you are not happy with your smile and help you achieve your smile makeover, restoring your confidence.

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Elective Cosmetic Dental Procedures

Some cosmetic dentistry services are elective, which means that they are not necessarily addressing a health concern. However, they can also be incredibly important for those who feel embarrassed or self-conscious about the look of their teeth.

Many health-related dental procedures also offer cosmetic options. For example, crowns may be necessary to protect a tooth, but they can also be designed using materials that blend almost perfectly with your natural teeth. If you need crowns, bridges, dental implants, or other dental work completed, be sure to ask your dentist about how you can maintain a white and healthy-looking smile.

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are tooth-shaped caps placed over a natural tooth to restore its look and feel and keep your smile consistent. If you have chipped or cracked teeth, discoloured teeth, or teeth with large dental fillings, tooth-coloured dental crowns are a brilliant solution.

Hollywood Smile Makeover

A Hollywood smile is within reach! Smile makeovers involve a custom treatment plan to correct issues such as misalignment, misshapen or missing teeth, discoloured or stained teeth, or a “gummy smile.” Shiny, straight, white teeth can be achieved, even in cases of severe cosmetic concerns.

Dental Veneers

Dental veneers are thin, tooth-coloured shells made from porcelain or resin that permanently cover the front of a tooth. They’re often used for front teeth that have been damaged or discoloured. Porcelain veneers can help improve your smile by restoring the polish and colour of your teeth.

Dental Implants

For missing teeth, a dental implant may be your solution. A dental implant is a titanium screw with a prosthetic tooth that is surgically placed in your jawbone to serve as the root of a missing tooth. The implant fuses with your jawbone making it permanent, safe, and secure.

Teeth Whitening

Teeth darken with age and can have a negative impact on your self-esteem. Teeth whitening can restore a bright, radiant smile making you feel confident, attractive, and happy. Professional teeth whitening is a great way to bring out your inner glow.

Dental Inlays and Onlays

Onlays and inlays are types of tooth restoration that replace portions of damaged or missing teeth. Typically made of resin or porcelain, inlays are designed to be used within the tooth’s surface to rectify moderately worn teeth, whereas onlays are placed over the tooth for even greater coverage and more protection.

Top 10 Tips for a Healthy Smile

Although it’s not always possible to have a Hollywood smile without help from a dentist, there are plenty of ways you can maintain and improve your smile at home. Here are a few tips from Australian dentists:

  1. Brush twice daily with a soft-bristled toothbrush for 2 minutes
  2. Floss daily before brushing
  3. Choose a fluoride toothpaste that meets your specific needs, eg. sensitivity, whitening
  4. Use mouthwash to rinse food debris, reduce plaque and freshen breath
  5. Drink water after eating, especially sugary, sticky, or chewy foods
  6. Limit acidic drinks as they wear tooth enamel, eg. citrus juice, soft drink
  7. Limit teeth-staining food and drink like red wine, coffee, and berries
  8. Use mouth guards when playing contact sport
  9. Quit smoking and tobacco products! It’s never too late to quit smoking
  10. Book regular appointments and cleanings with your dentist and dental hygienist