Hi, Dr Warren Antonoff here. I’m a smile designer and also the founder of Lifestyle Smiles. Investment in dental treatments can be substantial and cosmetic dentistry is dentistry at its finest form. You need to appreciate both the biology of the tooth yet make them beautiful and in harmony with the face. That is more than just dentistry, it’s also aesthetic mastery.
During our smile consultation yesterday with our new patient Sarah from Bentleigh, she told me she is shopping around for her smile makeover. Initially, she thought the cost was the only factor she was doing to base her decision on but after explaining some other factors she should consider, she has decided to invest her smile makeover with us.
So I thought what I shared with her would also be useful for you if you are considering upgrading your smile and here are the top five things you should ask before choosing a cosmetic dentist.
The fact of the matter is the beauty is in the eye of the individual and what a dentist considered beautiful may or may not be what you want. Each cosmetic dentist and their lab technician team will have their own style. So have a look at their previous work to have an idea whether that is actually the look that you’re after.
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Services we mentioned:
General Dental Health Examination and Hygiene
Due to this intimate connection, a lot of toothaches and headaches are intimately related.
This might sound like an oxymoron, but a lot of people don’t realise that if you have an infection in a tooth, very often you won’t feel pain until that infection hits the nerve.