North Brisbane Dental Clinic

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Cosmetic Dentistry

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If you are looking for a dental clinic that welcomes families and provides quality care, you have come to the right place. We understand that choosing a dentist to care for your family's smiles is a big decision, and we and welcome all of your questions.

Here are some of the most common questions we receive here at North Brisbane Dental Clinic. If yours is not listed here, we welcome you to telephone us for a personalised response.

Cosmetic Dentistry

Absolutely! Dental veneers are a great way to improve your smile. There are different types of veneers, with different applications. Veneers can be made of resin or ceramic, both of which look amazing when used properly. Some people want veneers to completely change their smile, which we can definitely do. In other cases, people want to keep their smile basically the same, but just make some small improvements. Veneers can do all of this when used correctly. If you'd like to see some of our handiwork, check out our smile gallery

If you'd like to know more about veneers and how they can brighten your smile, call us on 3632 8100, or click above to book an appointment with one of our dentists.

This is one of the most frequently asked questions in our practice. You want to straighten your teeth, but you're not sure whether you should get braces or Invisalign. This is a question that really needs to be answered in person, as the decision is often not a simple one. In this video, Dr Georgia Sheahan explains some of the main pros and cons to each type of treatment. It's important to remember that one is not better than the other. Both conventional braces and Invisalign have their place in modern orthodontic treatment, and the decision as to which treatment to go with should be tailored to each individual person. Our dentists offer complimentary orthodontic consultations, so if you'd like to find out more, please call 3632 8100, and take the first step to straighter teeth!

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