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Let Us Solve These Common Smile Flaws with Cosmetic Dentistry

April 3, 2019
Posted By: Dr. David Crum
Smile | Cosmetic Dentist Avondale NZ

When you smile at yourself in the mirror, do you see flaws that make you feel self-conscious? Others may not even notice, but if you see only a tiny chip or stained tooth when you smile, that’s all that matters. Maybe it’s time to do something about it.

At our Avondale, Auckland dental clinic, Avondale Dental Centre, we can make improvements to your smile with cosmetic dentistry treatment. Whether your smile imperfections are big or small, we can talk to you about smile solutions.

What Would You Change about Your Smile?

What is it about your smile you dislike? Some of the most common flaws that make people feel self-conscious include:

  • Chips, gaps or spaces
  • Stains or discolouration
  • Size inconsistencies
  • Misalignment

But as many flaws as there may be, there are just as many ways to fix them.

How Can We Improve Your Smile?

At Avondale Dental Centre, we can go over the options available for improving your smile so you can make the decision about procedures that work best for you.

  • Dental bonding. We can use a tooth-coloured composite material to repair minor flaws in your smile, such as chips or uneven spacing, in just one visit to our Avondale, Auckland dental clinic.
  • Teeth whitening. If stained or yellowed teeth are preventing you from smiling, professional teeth whitening can brighten and whiten your smile.
  • Dental crowns. A damaged, misshapen or stained tooth can be covered up with a dental crown that is made to blend in with the rest of your teeth.
  • Veneers. If you have broken or crooked teeth, veneers can hide these flaws completely, leaving you with a celebrity-calibre smile in just a few weeks.

We Invite You to Call Avondale Dental Centre

With today’s state-of-the-art cosmetic dentistry treatments, there is no reason to go through life with a flawed smile. We welcome your call to schedule a consultation so our team can help you determine how you might best achieve the aesthetic goals for your smile.


Disclaimer: The information throughout this site is not intended to be taken as medical advice.
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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