When it comes to feeling good about how you present yourself to the world, don’t forget about your smile. Smiles have always been important. They are one of the main things people notice about each other at an initial meeting.
When people are not greeted with a big, friendly smile their instinct is to assume that the non-smiler is cold and unfriendly. Smile a big smile though and the other person will feel kind and disposed to help you. That’s how we evolved and we still rely on smiles to work out if someone is a friend or a foe. We rarely stop to wonder if the reason they are not smiling is because of their teeth.
If you are not happy with the way your teeth look, please come along to your dentist in Erskineville at Healthy Smile Centre. We have a range of treatments that can improve the look of your teeth. You can have them individually or put together in a package known as a smile makeover.
Dull, discoloured teeth
The easiest way to remedy this is to have your teeth whitened. We check your teeth before we allow you to have whitening as if you have cavities, the treatment can make them worse and may even kill the tooth. If you are good to go, you can either have whitening carried out in about an hour in the clinic, or buy a bespoke take-home kit that takes a couple of weeks to get the desired results.
If you have chips, cracks, small gaps or slight leans or twists, the dentist in Erskineville can hide them with veneers. These are sheaths of porcelain, like nail extensions, that are custom-made for your teeth. They are robust and last for about 10 years if you take good care of them.
If people are treated to long rows of grey fillings when you laugh or yawn, you can get them replaced with white composite fillings. White fillings are strong and can be sculpted to give you back your chewing surfaces.
Not sure what you want?
That’s fine. Just book a consultation and the dentist in Erskineville can discuss ways to improve your smile.
All treatment carries risks. Individual consultation is required with one of our practitioners to ensure that the treatment is right for you.