Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dental procedures involve the following treatments:

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain Veneers

They are wafer thin shells of porcelain which are bonded onto the front side of teeth. They are an excellent cosmetic solution for teeth which are stained, chipped, crooked, excessively small, excessively large, surface defects on teeth, gaps between teeth, overall unaesthetic smile, etc. Can not only be corrected but also the smile can be enhanced to glamorous proportions using veneers. Even regular smiles can be enhanced by altering the shade and the smile line to bring it in harmony with the rest of the face.

Composite Veneers

Composite Veneers

They are an engineered wood products that simulates the appearance of natural veneers but provides a more uniform color and grain pattern than natural veneers. These veneers are best suited for applications where uniformity and consistency of grain are of utmost importance. These veneers cover the facial surface of teeth and are bonded directly to change tooth color position or shape.



It done with the modern tooth shaded resin fillings (also Known as 'Composites', Made from an Acrylic Base with Inorganic Fillers) are of a high quality standard. Above all, these composite fillings are the best choice for front teeth (Incisors and Canines), as well as smaller posterior fillings. The adhesive bond between acrylic and enamel is achieved through etching and application of primer to the tooth's surface. In this way, even fragile teeth are strengthened. For almost every tooth shade there is a similarly shaded composite available, almost always allowing perfect aesthetic adaptation of the filling. The life span of such extensive fillings is therefore limited to around 3 to 6 years. This is, of course, dependent on the patient's oral hygiene.

Advantages of Composite Resin Fillings:

- Fairly inexpensive.
- Strengthening of the tooth.
- Good aesthetics.
- Treatment in only one session.

Disadvantages of Composite Resin Fillings:

- No long term stability of larger fillings.
- Occasional bite sensitivity.
- Possibility of discolouration and abrasion.
- Problems with defects reaching deep under the gums.

Crown Lengthening

Crown Lengthening

It is a surgical procedure performed by a dentist to expose a greater height of tooth structure to properly restore the tooth prosthetically. This is done by incising the gingival tissue around a tooth and after temporarily displacing the soft tissue, predictably removing a given height of alveolar bone from the circumference of the tooth or teeth being operated on.

A 'Gummy Smile', where too much of gums are seen when smiling, can be recontoured/repositioned for a wider, friendlier and a more open smile by the use of cosmetic gum recontouring/crown lengthening.

Gum Depigmentation

Gum Depigmentation

It is a procedure used in cosmetic dentistry to remove black spots or patches on the gums caused by excessive melanin. The normal color of the gum tissue is pink, but excess deposits of melanin can create what seem to be black spots or patches on the gums, creating an aesthetic or cosmetic problem.

Discoloration may also be caused by long term use of certain medications involving surgical chemical or laser ablation techniques.

Recontouring of Teeth

Recontouring Of Teeth

One of the oldest and most conservative esthetic procedures, is cosmetic recontouring of natural teeth, where the tooth shape is altered for esthetic benefits and improved function.

Aesthetic Full Ceramic Crowns

Metal Free Porcelain Crowns:

Metal Free Porcelain Crowns

The indication for a crown is when a tooth is damaged extensively and reconstruction with a filling, an inlay or a veneer is no longer possible.

This is the case when:

- The defect is subgingival.
- The tooth has been root canal treated (Devitalized).
- The tooth is broken off (Fractured) in a deep lying area.
- Caries or old fillings are widespread throughout the tooth.

All porcelain (Ceramic) crowns without metal core are distinguished by their excellent aesthetics. Light is not only reflected, there is also real transparency as seen in natural teeth. This effect makes the all porcelain crown perfect for use in anterior areas, whereby minor form and alignment corrections are also possible.

A further advantage of the metal free ceramic crown is the tooth shaded margin, which need not be placed under the gum line. Thus, the crown margin does not irritate the gingival tissue and prevents gum recession.

Porcelain (Ceramic) is an extremely biocompatible material with no allergenic potential. This can be a real advantage to predisposed (Allergic) patients.

Progressive development in ceramics bring forth ever stronger materials, such as zirconium ceramic. Therefore, it is now possible to fit metal free porcelain crowns in the posterior area as well.

Procera - All Ceramic Crowns:

It combines excellent and provides profound strength with beautiful esthetics. The material consists of 99.5 percentage pure aluminum oxide and is biocompatible, thereby ensuring excellent long term esthetics.

Procera is translucent giving the tooth a natural appearance. At the same time procera is excellent for concealing underlying surfaces, such as amalgam and root fillings. It is also customized but still industrially produced, ensuring predictable results.

With the strength in the core material, procera can be recommended for prosthetic reconstructions anywhere in the mouth. Procera is made up of bio compatible material (Comparable to Titanium) which minimizes the risk of allergic reactions. The translucent coping offers remarkable esthetic characteristics. When combined with porcelain the advantages are clearly demonstrated. To recreate the beauty of natural teeth, the porcelain has been formulated to make the most of the coping's inherent potential and efficient.

Procera Crown Zirconia:

- Fracture rate only 0.26 percentage.
- Proven strength and all ceramic beauty.
- Highly bio compatible material.
- No specialized clinical preparation or cementation procedures.
- Zirconia for the highest load situations.

Procera Crown Alumina:

- Fracture rate only 0.26 percentage.
- Proven strength and all ceramic beauty.
- Highly bio compatible material.
- No specialized clinical preparation or cementation procedures.
- Alumina for the most outstanding light transmission.

New - Procera Bridge Zirconia upto 9 Units:

- Extends the span for existing bridges from 4 units within 15 x 50 millimeters to bridgemaintaineds from 25 x 60 millimeters.
- Marginal fit to less than 15 microns along full length of bridge.
- Excellent esthetics when combined with nobelrondo.
- Highly bio compatible material.
- Indicated for all positions within the mouth.

New - Procera Bridge Alumina:

- Densely sintered alumina bridge.
- Absolutely safe.
- Maintained for the anterior region.
- Unsurpassed light transmission for the best cosmetic results.
- Possible with conventional cementation, saving valuable chair time compared to bonding.

Dental Jewellery

Dental Jewellery

Teeth jewellery is a brilliant way to add sparkles to your smile and stand out of the crowd.

Teeth jewellery (Skyce) offered at our clinic is available in 2 colours - 'Crystal' and 'Sapphire Blue'.

Being a painless procedure completely, the dentist fixes a jewel on the tooth surface. The jewel does not damage tooth tissues and has no side effects - except for the increased charm on your face!

Skyce is putting an extra sparkle into more and more smiles. Skyce jewels are applied to the labial surfaces of upper anterior teeth.

If somebody thinks he or she was better off without tooth jewellery, it can be easily removed without any side effects from the dental tooth structure as the procedure is non invasive. What's more, tooth jewellery can be fixed again at a later stage.

A variety of dental defects can be corrected using the above procedures like:

- Crooked teeth.
- Chipped teeth.
- Spaces between teeth.
- Protruding teeth.
- Missing teeth.
- Stained teeth.
- Mal aligned teeth.
- Smiles which are not in harmony with the facial features.