Cosmetic Dental Procedures in Cockburn, Joondalup & Armadale
Porcelain veneers & teeth whitening
If you’re unhappy with the current state of your teeth, Apollo Dental by St John offers professional cosmetic dentistry procedures in Perth.
We provide a wide selection of dentistry services to help you with stained teeth, irregular formation of teeth, and bad fillings. Our dental care includes:
- Teeth whitening
- Porcelain veneers
- Dental implants
- Gum restructuring
You want to use highly skilled cosmetic dentists who are experienced in the world of dentistry, which is why Apollo Dental is the preferred choice. Our team stays on the cutting edge of reconstructive dentistry and incorporates new developments by using state-of-the-art equipment.
However, aside from the aesthetic benefits, bad teeth will eventually impact your health. If your teeth are crooked or broken, or your gums are impeding good dental hygiene, you may be looking at long-term issues such as gum disease and irregular mastication, which can lead to jaw problems, tooth grinding, and the breakdown of the resilience of your teeth.
If you’re looking for a cosmetic dentist in Perth, chat to our team at Apollo Dental. Contact us today.
For natural-looking porcelain veneers that Perth clients recommend, chat to the dentists Apollo Dental. Pieces of porcelain are fixed over the front of your teeth.
One of the cosmetic options used where minor changes are required, veneers are excellent for covering teeth that cannot be whitened or have become stained from trauma. They can also be used to close small gaps, and cover crooked or chipped teeth.
We assess the underlying structure of your teeth to ensure your gums, roots and enamel are all strong and healthy enough for long-term veneers.
Teeth whitening is a cosmetic dental care procedure.
As we get older and our diets change, our tooth enamel starts to lose that sparkly look and feel, eventually making way for micro-cracks that gradually begin to discolour. Our teeth whitening techniques work on extrinsic and intrinsic staining, which respectively appear on the outside and inside of the teeth.