Give your smile a makeover
If you aren’t all that happy with your smile, you can revitalise it with one of our smile makeovers in Elsternwick. We would love to help you have the smile of your dreams at My Smile Clinic.
Here at My Smile Clinic, we know how important a great smile is for your self-esteem, your happiness levels, for smoothing your path through life and even for your oral and overall physical health. That’s why we think that smile makeovers in Elsternwick are an important part of your dental journey, no matter how old you are.
What is a smile makeover?
Maybe you have never heard of a smile makeover. In the dental profession, it is the term given to the use of a combination of two or more cosmetic dentistry treatments to enhance someone’s smile. A smile is not just the act of pulling the mouth back to show your teeth. For dentists, it is the harmonious orderly layout of your teeth, and their relationship with your gums. Whole books have been written about how the teeth should line up, what size they should be in relation to each other, and how much gum there should be on show compared to how much tooth. Getting this complicated set of rules right creates a beautiful smile. Getting it wrong, such as having veneers that are too big, creates something a little bit weird.
A range of treatments
Our smile makeovers in Elsternwick feature a variety of combinations of treatments.
Teeth whitening is a very popular treatment and is almost always part of our smile makeovers. It puts the finishing touches to treatments such as braces or veneers.
Braces are used to straighten wonky teeth. They can be fixed braces or removable aligners. Having straight teeth makes them much easier to keep clean and allows for even wear when you are chewing. Straighter teeth last longer too.
Veneers are a very popular way to cover up imperfections such as chips, cracks, and worn edges. These are tiny sheaths of porcelain that are colour-matched, shaped and sized to match the rest of your teeth, and fixed to the fronts of the teeth. With care, they can last for more than 10 years.