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If your smile has seen better days, you’ve probably considered a smile makeover, AKA porcelain veneers. Maybe you’re longing to fill in the worn down or stained teeth that make you feel self-conscious, covering your mouth when you talk or smile. Perhaps you want to give your teeth a fresh start, making them stronger and healthier for long-term oral health.
Shame. Pain. Anxiety. When you’re living with missing, terminal or badly decayed teeth, these feelings can be all too familiar. As leading all-on-4 dental implant dentists in Perth for over twenty years, we hear it from patients all the time. They’re too fearful to chase that new job, in too much pain to eat their favourite foods, or too embarrassed to smile for photos at family weddings.
Missing a tooth – or a few? Maybe a couple of your teeth are beyond repair, but the rest are in good nick. You’ve heard of a complete teeth replacement (all-on-4). But that seems a little extreme for your needs. Porcelain veneers, on the other hand, probably aren’t enough to restore full function to your teeth. If your teeth seem to be in that grey area of ‘too good to go, too bad to stay’... restorative dentistry might be the solution for you.
Discover what a smile can mean when it comes to connection and confidence in your work life. Communicate more powerfully, form career-boosting connections, and unlock your potential. We all know that communication is key, but when you're covering your mouth, mumbling your words and hiding your smile, your message might get lost. If your smile is holding you back, you're not alone.
Multiple failed dental implants that were done overseas spurred Julianna to come to us in the hope of addressing the many complications which had resulted. The failed implants had such a negative impact on her, she felt compelled to share her story with others who maybe considering overseas dental treatment when international borders reopen.
Having any foreign objects fixed into your body definitely raises lots of questions. If you're thinking of getting dental implants, you'll probably want to know what's being put in your mouth – what are they made of? Are they safe?
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