Transform Your Smile Today with Chapel Park Dental team.
Here at Chapel Park Dental we know your smile is important to you and it’s important to us as well. When it comes to choosing a dentist there’s one major question you need to ask yourself… “Can I trust this dentist to give me the smile I’ve always dreamed of?”
By visiting our website and coming in for your initial consultation we’d like the opportunity to earn your trust and then show you the amazing results we can create. After all… you don’t often get a second chance when it comes to your smile
We’d like to start by highlighting why your smile is important to you and then talk about why we believe you should choose Chapel Park Dental.
Teeth build stains over time for even those who are very careful of what they consume. While stains do not pose any health risk they can certainly make you feel conscious about your smile.
Our dental care providers understand the affect that the yellowing or darkening of your teeth can have on your confidence. We are committed to caring for every aspect of your oral health, including those that affect your self-esteem. Whitening your teeth is one of the fastest ways to reduce the appearance of aging and restore confidence, and the results can be quite dramatic. Our whitening solutions are the perfect antidote to stains caused by tea, coffee, berries, candies, red wine, and other enamel-darkening drinks.
Want a better smile?. Look no further, at Gentle Family Dentists we have the expertise to help you whiten your smile.
Contact Us Now to speak to one of our dentists about Teeth Whitening.
Tooth Jewelry is a cosmetic process.
It does not involve drilling holes in the teeth or any other invasive procedure. Tooth Jewelry is glued to your tooth. At Gentle Family Dentists we can help you replace or remove your Tooth Jewelry.
There is a selection of jewels you can wear on your teeth.
Tooth gems are crystals attached to a thin aluminium foil to create that spark when you smile. Ask us if you want to polish or change it completely.
Dental veneers can create the ultimate smile makeover and transform stained, damaged, crooked and badly worn teeth into a brand new whiter, straighter smile.
There are two types of dental veneers, ceramic/porcelain veneers and direct resin veneers. Occasionally ceramic veneers don’t fit into patient’s budgets or timelines. Therefore another common procedure that may be suitable is to have your teeth restored with direct veneers.
The advantage to direct veneers is that only minimal tooth structure is removed and unlike porcelain veneers they are prepared and completed in one single appointment. They are made entirely by the dentist, using a specific layering technique and a wide range of modern composite resin materials varying in different tints and shades to create a perfect aesthetic outcome.
Multiple veneers can be prepared at the same time and they can be altered in shape and colour at any stage in the future. They require no impressions or laboratory visits and are quite often less expensive than porcelain veneers.
Upon assessment we can discuss these options further and advise the best treatment for you.
This is the process of repairing damaged or chipped teeth. We help you smile with pride again.
Tooth bonding is the application of a tooth-colored resin material using adhesives and a high intensity curing light. The procedure gets its name because materials are bonded to the tooth. Bonding is typically used for cosmetic purposes to improve the appearance of a discolored or chipped tooth. It is also used to close spaces between teeth, to make teeth look longer or to change the shape or color of teeth. Often times bonding is used as a cosmetic alternative to amalgam fillings, or to protect a portion of the tooth’s root that has been exposed when gums recede.
- Dental bonding can be considered to fix the following dental issues:
- To repair decayed teeth (composite resins are used to fill cavities)
- To repair chipped or cracked teeth
- To improve the appearance of discolored teeth
- To close spaces between teeth
- To make teeth look longer
- To change the shape of teeth
- As a cosmetic alternative to amalgam fillings
- To protect a portion of the tooth’s root that has been exposed when gums recede
A consultation with your dentist will determine what dental problems can be solved with bonding. We will conduct a thorough examination of your teeth that may involve x-rays and an evaluation of your teeth and gums. During your consultation we will discuss if you are a candidate for the cosmetic problems that bonding can resolve, such as decayed teeth, cracked or chipped teeth, gaps, tooth discolouration, “short teeth,” and more. If you have teeth that are extensively damaged your dentist may recommend other restorative or cosmetic procedures that meet more long-term goals.