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Turn Back the Clock With These Cosmetic Dentistry Options

woman at dentistForget the latest fashions that come and go. A beautiful smile is the best accessory you can possess and it’s always in style! Two of the choice ways to improve your appearance are veneers and dental implants. Let’s look at how these cosmetic dentistry options can help you beam beautifully!


If you have missing teeth, you may be reluctant to smile. The good news is we have an excellent solution: dental implants.

These structures can permanently restore your smile if you have missing teeth. Dental implants provide you with the same look, feel and function as your natural teeth.

While there are several types of tooth replacement options from which to choose, dental implants have several advantages over these:

  • These restorations look natural.
  • The implant portion is made of surgical-grade titanium.
  • Dental implants are highly secure.
  • They prevent bone loss, preventing changes in the shape of your face.
  • When cared for properly, these restorations can last a lifetime.


Wish you could have flawless pearly whites that make you want to beam broadly? You can with veneers. These are thin shells that are bonded to the front of a patient’s teeth to give them a gorgeous smile within a short time frame. Veneers can address teeth that are misshapen, discoloured, uneven, damaged, or gapped.

At First Dental Studio, our highly experienced team of dentists offer three market-leading types of veneers. These include porcelain and composite ones and one of the most recent advancements within this field, Uveneer.

Whichever option you choose you’ll be able to unveil a photo-ready smile!

Take Advantage of Our Free 30-Minute Consultation

For more information about implants and veneers and how they can help you achieve a stunning smile, contact us today to schedule a free 30-minute consultation. Your dentist will let you know if these cosmetic options are right for your smile needs.

* Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner such as a Specialist Oral Surgeon.


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