Completely Transform Your Smile
Did you know a staggering 90% of people view a person’s smile as one of their most attractive features?
On top of this, a smile is considered one of the most important communication skills a person can use to generate personal and professional success. Do you want a more attractive smile for that lasting impression? Maybe for an upcoming event or simply be the best and healthiest version of yourself? At Birdseye Dental Group, we have affordable and customised solutions for you.
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- What is a smile makeover
- Your treatment options
- What each treatment can do for you
- Your customised treatment plan
- Why choose Birdseye Dental Group
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What is cosmetic dentistry?
Our Melbourne cosmetic dentist team can offer a range of dentistry treatments to improve the aesthetic appeal and functionality of your smile or bite. If you are considering becoming a patient, we encourage you to pay us a visit, speak with one of our professionals so they may evaluate your individual condition, and suggest an appropriate treatment. We work closely with our patients to take them through our services step by step, ensuring you are completely in the loop and understand what we can offer you.
Through the use of the most advanced and state-of-the-art dental treatments, our professionals can completely rejuvenate the health, function and appearance of your smile. Our cosmetic treatments can treat single or multiple tooth loss, damaged teeth, misalignment, and discolouration. We transform unappealing teeth.
Our smile is arguably one of the most significant features of our facial expression and plays a large role in our overall appearance. People are always looking for ways to improve their teeth and obtain that youthful and healthy smile. It is important to find a dentist you can trust to provide you with the highest level of care. At Birdseye Dental Group we aim to provide a friendly atmosphere of professionalism with a focus on our patients’ general health and well-being. With many years of experience behind us, our dentists are highly trained and strive to make you feel comfortable throughout your time with us.
The team at Birdseye Dental Group are proud to have been a part of countless smile transformations. We have witnessed first-hand the incredible benefits a beautiful and healthy smile can have. We will listen to your concerns and customise a treatment plan to finely sculpt and perfectly shape your smile, as well as compliment your facial features.
|Also known as:||Cosmetic dentistry treatment, cosmetic treatment, smile dentistry, smile rejuvenation, smile makeover.|
|Desired Results:||Patients aim to improve the aesthetic appearance of their smile through dentistry.|
|Related Treatments:||Porcelain Crowns, Porcelain Veneers, Cosmetic Dentures, Dental Implant, Gum Lift and Recontouring, Smile Lift and Rejuvenation, Teeth Whitening.|
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Cosmetic Dentistry Melbourne
Generally, when we think of the oral hygiene of people living in bygone eras, it’s not a very pretty picture that comes to mind. Think decay, tooth loss, discolouration, cavities, etc. The aesthetics of the smile weren’t at the top of people’s minds when there were much more urgent matters of survival at hand.
The focus on having teeth that aren’t simply functional, but also beautiful is a relatively recent one, with modern cosmetic dentistry rooted in the invention of resin cement in the 1980’s. However, throughout history, there have been many developments that led us to where we are at today.
In Ancient Rome, urine was used as a tooth whitener! Believe it or not, the ammonia in urine has some stain-busting properties. However, we don’t blame you if you’d prefer our in-chair whitening treatment to this ancient alternative.
In medieval times, dentistry was performed by barbers. They used to offer teeth-whitening services where they filed down teeth and then coated them with a “whitening” substance. However, this substance often destroyed the tooth’s enamel, thereby killing the tooth.
Tooth replacement has been recorded as far back as 700 B.C., when dentures were made out of ivory, bone, human teeth or animal teeth. There is also evidence of shells being hammered into the gum to replace teeth in Ancient Egypt. Dentures using bone or ivory continued in the middle ages, and they also tried using human teeth from dead bodies to replace their own, but these were most often rejected by the recipient’s body.
In the 1700’s they began using porcelain to create dentures – a material still used in cosmetic dentistry today. However, they also attempted placing metal into the sockets of missing teeth, which was not successful and was rejected by the body.
It wasn’t until the 1900’s that many of the mainstays of today’s cosmetic dentistry were developed. Treatments such as dental veneers, dental implants, composite fillings, dental bonding, dental bridges, dental crowns and teeth whitening have been hugely aided in their development by relatively recent advancements in technology.
We are lucky to live in a time when patients have so many options to safely and successfully improve the appearance of a smile!