Cosmetic & Reconstructive
Whilst cosmetic dentistry is great for addressing the appearance of the teeth (aesthetics), it generally doesn’t address functionality. Whereas, reconstructive dentistry refers to the management of diseases of the teeth and their supporting structures; those unseen areas under the gums. Together, cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry provide an integrated approach to both functional and aesthetic requirements.
We offer a range of both cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry, however we will work with you to ensure that an integrated approach is provided to address your goals. We strongly recommend discussing with your dentist your dental goals from which a comprehensive treatment plan can be established.
As the popularity of cosmetic dentistry services grows, the temptation to get these services at a lower cost especially for overseas provider’s increases (dental tourism), but this can cause a lot of pain in the long run. Considerations regarding complex dentistry generally require careful planning, and treatment for a long time, and that consequences may arise the moment people start cutting corners with health care. Below is an recent interview on the ABC with Dr Greg Miller discussing cosmetic dentistry.
*Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.