Here at Family First Dental, we understand the importance of a great smile. We all know it is vital to keep our teeth healthy, but cracks, stains and general wear and tear can happen and leave you feeling unhappy and self-conscious. At our clinics, we offer a range of cosmetic dentistry procedures available from teeth whitening, veneers to crowns and mouth guards, ensuring whatever your needs, we will help you achieve it. Why not book a one-on-one consultation with our highly skilled dental team and we can give you personalised care that will get you smiling again!
Our straightforward teeth whitening technique is patented to give you a pearly white smile in 90 minutes! We use the Zoom whitening process, a long lasting and safe procedure practiced worldwide. We begin by applying the Zoom whitening gel and specialized Zoom light that helps break down stubborn stains. Don’t worry – we will keep your mouth and gums protected with a safety gel or mouth shield. Once you’ve completed the procedure, we will give you a custom designed mould so you can whiten your teeth at home and keep results lasting for longer!
Veneers can dramatically correct a wide range of dental issues such as gaps, chips, cracks and discoloration. Porcelain veneers are the most common type of veneer and are best known for that “Hollywood smile.” They can be customized to suit the shape and size of your mouth, ensuring your new teeth are comfortable for you.
Cosmetic Dental Bonding
Cosmetic dental bonding may not be as well known as crowns or veneers, but it is an affordable and easy way to improve the function and look of your own teeth by applying a tooth colored material that bonds and hardens over your natural teeth, allowing you to achieve a natural look. If you would like to learn more about tooth bonding, book an appointment with us today!
Dental crowns are a very popular dental procedure and will help you preserve your teeth, even if depth decay has occurred. There are many types of dental crowns – ceramic, porcelain fused to metal, gold alloys and base metal metal alloys, each one designed to help with a specific issue. Once you book an appointment with us, we can tell you the type of crown you need and give you advice on the best way to take care of your new crown and protect your teeth from any decay in the future.
It may not be pleasant, but missing teeth are more common than you think! In fact, research shows an average adult can have up to three missing or decaying teeth in a lifetime. Luckily, dental bridges can replace your missing tooth with an artificial one, giving you a confident smile again.