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How to achieve a ‘perfect smile’
Posted On 22nd Aug 2012 by Dr Paul McKay
Achieving a ‘perfect smile’ is something that many people would love. At Smile Artistry, we have many treatment options available to help our patients achieve their perfect smile. Our patient’s tell us that after they have achieved their perfect smile they smile a lot more, are happier and more confident in their daily lives.
A common procedure we use at Smile Artistry to help improve the appearance of our patient’s smile is teeth whitening. We offer in –chair Zoom whitening and take-home whitening at Smile Artistry. In-chair Zoom whitening is quick and convenient and our patients leave happy and satisfied with their new perfect smile. Read more about Teeth Whitening
Another solution to help achieve the perfect smile is to get orthodontic treatment. Orthodontic treatment is ideal when teeth are crowded, or not in an ideal position, and helps to improve the appearance of our smiles, and the function of our teeth by making our teeth bite together better. This can be done with braces or clear plastic retainers called Invisalign. Orthodontics can take many months or even years to achieve the perfect smile, but the end result of is straight, well-aligned teeth.
Another solution to achieving that perfect smile is to have veneers or crowns. This treatment offers a faster solution than orthodontics, however, sometimes orthodontic treatment is also required to correct some crowding or bite problems. The benefit of veneers and crowns is the colour, shape and position of teeth can all be corrected. Read more about Porcelain Veneers
Our staff at Smile Artistry love to help our patients achieve their perfect smile. We utilise the latest technology and offer Zoom whitening and veneers and crowns and work alongside great Orthodontists to achieve the best result for our patients.
Any invasive or surgical procedure has risks.
Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.
Individual results can vary.
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