New to the world of cosmetic dental care? 5 popular procedures that can alter your smile


Are you looking for a way to improve how your smile makes you feel?

It is now easier than ever to seek out and afford cosmetic dental care and, depending on the team you choose to have the procedures carried out with, you will be struck by how different your smile can look.

When looking for a cosmetic dentist Bondi Junction, always search for one who has helped many patients restore and rejuvenate their smiles using cosmetic dental procedures. With each patient, the end results will be different, so they should target your cosmetic options to what you want and need, and will advise you on the best treatments to make your dream smile possible. Perfect!

So, what treatments can you get from cosmetically trained dental professionals? Read on to find out!


An ever-popular cosmetic procedure, veneers are one of the most versatile options that a cosmetic dental team can offer you.

They can be used to whiten your teeth, they can correct minor misalignments and can conceal gaps between teeth too. Should you have a tooth that is longer or asymmetrical to the one on the other side of the mouth, your dentist can use veneers to lengthen the shorter tooth, making your smile look more even.

Invisible aligners

You may have heard of the world-famous Invisalign aligner and at many dental surgeries, this is now considered a cosmetic treatment.

Removable, fast-acting and clear, these aligners can straighten mild to moderate misalignments and offer a lifestyle-friendly alternative to metal braces. As mentioned before, these aligners are made of clear plastic and thus won’t draw stares from strangers in the street or colleagues at work. Great!

Clear braces

Clear braces tend to be fitted but the brackets (or the bits that attach the wires to the teeth) are clear, once again creating an aesthetically pleasing result when you smile.

Like Invisalign, they can often offer faster treatment times, usually between 6-9 months, once again drawing minimal attention from the people around you.

They do require tightening and offer versatility that invisible aligners cannot offer.

wearing invisible braces

White fillings

Most people have fillings but, up until quite recently, most fillings were an amalgam mix, meaning they contained metal.

And as you may know, metal can expand and shrink based on the surrounding temperature, meaning that these fillings could crack teeth from expansion if you consumed hot drinks. They are also more prone to falling out when they shrink, leading to dental pain.

So, with composite or white fillings, you don’t have to worry about them falling out and they are a colour matched restorative that won’t draw attention when you smile or laugh.


And finally, you can get a gleaming smile using tooth whitening, usually based around oxidizing gels applied over a 2 week period.

With a professional team, you can whiten your teeth up to 16 shades without causing issues with sensitivity, leaving you with a long-lasting white smile that you won’t be able to stop showing off.


Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

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