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Cosmetic Dental Treatments for all Ages

Cosmetic Dental Treatments

Cosmetic dental treatments are becoming increasingly popular among people of all ages, as they offer a quick and effective way to improve the appearance of your smile. These treatments can range from simple teeth whitening to more complex treatments like veneers or braces. This article will look at some of the most popular cosmetic dental treatments available today.

Teeth whitening

Teeth whitening is probably the most well-known cosmetic dental treatment. It involves using special gels or bleaching agents to remove stains and discoloration from the surface of the teeth. This can be done in a dental office or at home using over-the-counter products. Teeth whitening is a relatively quick and painless procedure, and the results can last for several months to a year, depending on your diet and oral hygiene habits.


Veneers are another popular cosmetic dental treatment. Veneers are thin, tooth-colored shells attached to the front of your teeth. They can cover up chips, cracks, and other imperfections and can also be used to change the shape or size of your teeth. Veneers are usually made of porcelain, a solid and durable material that looks natural. The procedure to place veneers typically involves removing a small amount of enamel from the front of the tooth, and then bonding the veneer.


It might not seem like it initially, but braces are a common treatment for misaligned or crooked teeth. They work by applying gentle pressure to the teeth, gradually moving them into their proper position. Several types of braces are available, including traditional metal braces, ceramic braces, and invisible aligners. The braces that are right for you will depend on your specific needs and preferences. Braces can take anywhere from a few months to a couple of years to work, depending on the severity of your misalignment.


Breaking a tooth is easily one of the greatest nightmares anyone could have. Who wants to fall for a pretty face, only to be disappointed by a broken smile? Bonding is a cosmetic dental treatment that involves attaching a composite resin material to the surface of the teeth. The resin is shaped and polished to match the surrounding teeth, and can be used to repair chips, cracks, and gaps in the teeth. Bonding is a quick and relatively inexpensive procedure, and the results can last for several years with proper care.


Crowns are another option for repairing damaged or decayed teeth. A crown is a custom-made cap that fits over the top of the tooth, covering it completely. Crowns can be made of porcelain, ceramic, or metal and are used to restore the function and appearance of the tooth. The procedure of placing a crown typically involves removing any damaged or decayed tissue from the tooth and then shaping the tooth to fit the crown. The crown is cemented, restoring the tooth to its normal function and appearance.

Gum Contouring

Gum contouring is a cosmetic dental treatment that involves reshaping the gums to create a more even or symmetrical appearance. This can be done using a laser or a scalpel and is usually performed to correct uneven or overgrown gums. Gum contouring is a quick and relatively painless procedure; the results are typically immediate.

In general, cosmetic dental treatments are safe when performed by a qualified and experienced dental professional. However, as with any medical procedure, you should be aware of some risks and potential side effects. For example, teeth whitening products can cause tooth sensitivity, and bonding materials may chip or break over time. It’s important to discuss any concerns you have with your dentist before undergoing a cosmetic dental treatment. They will be able to provide you with more information about the potential risks and help you make an informed decision about whether the treatment is proper for you.

In conclusion, many different cosmetic dental treatments are available to help improve your smile’s appearance. Whether you’re looking to whiten your teeth, repair the damage, or straighten your teeth, there is a treatment that can help. It’s essential to consult with a skilled and experienced dental professional to determine the best treatment plan for your specific needs and goals. With the proper treatment, you can enjoy a beautiful, confident smile for years.

About Odin House Dental

Creating an Excellent Patient Experience…

Over the last two decades, Odin House Dental Surgery has been proud to serve the suburb of Innaloo and has grown to include ten dentists, three oral health therapists, and ten support staff. We have eight surgery rooms, a sterilisation room, a laboratory (where we make your mouthguards, whitening trays, and models), and two waiting rooms, including a small play area for children. We also have a unique “special room” complete with a massage chair, large screen TV, and even X Box!

Our dentists are all members of the Australian Dental Association and are local to Perth, so it would be no surprise if you have seen us out and about in the community.

Odin House Dental Surgery
Suite 3/8 Odin Rd
Innaloo WA 6018

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