At Advanced Dental Artistry (ADAP), we provide a comprehensive range of restorative, and cosmetic dental implants and solutions At our West Perth practice, we have assembled a uniquely qualified team who excel in every aspect of the complex and challenging fields of cosmetic, reconstructive, neuromuscular and implant dentistry.
Our personal approach and emotional investment in the treatments we provide, means we understand the anxieties faced by our patients, as dentistry of this nature can be quite daunting! Some people are constantly fighting, and have big questions and anxieties about the process of treatment. Led by our principal dentist Dr Adrian Kat, our in-house professionals are a group of experienced and passionate people who appreciate that procedures of this nature are a big decision and life investment.
New techniques for prolonging the life and function of natural teeth and replacing failing teeth with prosthetics are constantly developed and introduced in cosmetic dentistry. However, no matter how ingenious the technique, it cannot be performed safely and effectively without thorough training. Not only have our dentists completed extensive training in the techniques they practice, but they continue their education at every opportunity. Our patients can be confident in knowing they will always benefit from the very latest research results and insights.
Take a look at the range of general, restorative and cosmetic dentistry services we offer our patients below:
Advanced Dental Artistry has had a special focus in cosmetic dentistry and dental implants for over 20 years. All-On-4 treatment on Nobel Biocare implants has been a clinically proven replacement to dentures and terminally broken down teeth for over 15 years.
New materials and techniques give longer life and greater strength to crown and bridge restorations. Your ADAP dentist will advise you on the best treatment for your case.
Missing teeth can incur a lot of consequences. Difficulty chewing, speaking, jaw bone shrinkage and aesthetics are all problems that can occur from missing teeth. Dental implants are a great way of filling the gap and restoring smile and function.
Very few people are blessed with perfect teeth, and even fewer people make it into later life without their teeth deteriorating in some way. Our habits, diet, trauma, injury and dental decisions can dramatically change the way our teeth last and look over time. Sometimes it can be hard to remember a day when smiling, chewing and even speaking was simple. With the various capabilities of cosmetic dentistry, you can again become confident in these abilities.
Porcelain Veneers are a fantastic way to correct slight misalignment of teeth and discolouration in the one go.
We can help with teeth whitening, either in-chair or at home. An alternative, particularly for front teeth which need slight correction to their alignment, is to use porcelain veneers.
Although metal braces still have their place, we now have a range of techniques such as Invisalign for realigning teeth and correcting bite in a subtle way. Small misalignments and gaps that are perhaps less than aesthetically pleasing can also be attended to with veneers.
Amalgam fillings, part silver and part mercury, are strong and have been around for decades. We know amalgam fillings can last a long time, however, this treatment does come with it’s set of problems. These problems stem from the fact you’re having part of your tooth replaced with metal. And, unlike porcelain or composite fillings, amalgam fillings require healthy as well as the decayed parts of the tooth to be removed.
If you are looking to improve your smile through replacing outdated or broken dental work, or are having problems with the functionality of your teeth, a smile makeover can help.
It has long been known that small differences in the closed-mouth relationship between the upper and lower jaw can lead to chronic facial pain and discomfort. ADAP’s dentists are trained in neuromuscular dentistry. We can guide your restorative treatment plan using the principles of neuromuscular dentistry along with modern imaging techniques.
Want to know a fact? Having fear or anxiety of the dentist is incredibly normal! At the end of the day, though, the last thing we want is for you to put your dental health at risk because you’re afraid or nervous. We want to make you as comfortable as possible. That’s why we offer sleep dentistry for those patients who would rather not be aware of treatment as it happens. Sleep dentistry is also a great option if you would like to complete extensive work in a shorter amount of time. Here at Advanced Dental Artistry, we have fully qualified in-house anaesthetists to assist in sleep dentistry treatment.
If you have any further questions or queries, don't hesitate to contact us.