Midas Dental boosts your self-confidence through a wide range of cosmetic dental procedures. Our dentists listen to your concerns and suggest the most suitable solutions to bring back your best smile yet.
Midas Dental is a Sydney dental practice that confidently offers exemplary cosmetic dentistry service. Our main goal is to create the smile of your dreams. And we do this by providing a wide range of dental procedures that address your specific smile-related concerns. We perform cosmetic dentistry to the highest level of quality.
Cosmetic dentistry is a dental practice that improves the appearance of a person’s smile. The dental treatment can be for teeth, gums and bite and involves various procedures such as teeth whitening, dental veneers, crowns or orthodontics including Invisalign.
At Midas Dental we use the innovative system Digital Smile Design so we can design the best smile for our patients, that works in harmony with facial features and that achieves overall dental health.
If you’re looking for a Sydney cosmetic dentist, you’re in the right place. Our expert team is led by one of Australia’s top aesthetic dentists, and our Sydney clinics in North Ryde and Erskineville are equipped with the latest technology for your comfort and the best treatment. Book an appointment online.
Cosmetic dentistry treatments can be quite expensive. Not only because of their popularity and support in living a more confident life, but also because it’s an art that requires a very skilled cosmetic dentist to give a person the result they want.
The smile makeover cost in Sydney can start anywhere from $800 to $1500, and even more. It all depends on the treatment option(s) the patient and cosmetic dentist choose.
The pros of cosmetic dentistry often outweigh the cons, however, no cosmetic procedures come without a few cons.
The pros of cosmetic dentistry are:
Improved confidence. The main reason people choose cosmetic dentistry is because they are unhappy with the appearance of their smile. Whether they have crooked teeth, discoloured teeth, chipped teeth, missing teeth, or a gummy smile, cosmetic dentistry’s aim is to restore the smile and the confidence of the patient.
Youthful look. Maintaining healthy teeth is not only important for overall health, but also for the way someone looks. White, bright teeth make a person appear younger. A confident smile with great teeth lights up a person’s entire face.
Improved health. Improper teeth structure can cause a face to look asymmetrical, and a missing tooth can cause a sagging face. Crooked teeth can cause teeth grinding and misaligned teeth a bad bite. All these issues can lead to worse problems such as digestive issues, diabetes and even oral cancer. Cosmetic dentistry can help with all of these problems.
The cons of cosmetic dentistry are:
Price. Cosmetic dentistry can be expensive, especially if the treatment involves multiple procedures and surgeries. Plus, in the absence of private health insurance cover, the patient might face financial constraints. At Midas Dental we offer a range of flexible payment options to alleviate the financial load on our patients. Our payment plans include National Dental Plan (Humm), Zip Pay, Zip Money, Afterpay, and we have also partnered with Supercare.
Teeth sensitivity. Some patients might experience sensitive teeth after a teeth whitening procedure. When considering this treatment, it’s best to discuss all of your concerns with your cosmetic dentist.
Permanence. Most cosmetic dentistry procedures are permanent, so once you make this decision you can’t go back. You need to think very carefully about this and also take into account the fact that most of these treatments will require upkeep. While you might not worry now that you’ll have to change your porcelain veneers in 15 years, it’s something to keep in mind when you decide to have this permanent procedure done.
The difference between a dentist and a cosmetic dentist is that a cosmetic dentist focuses and is further experienced on performing aesthetic dentistry procedures. the additional specialisation of a cosmetic dentist in aesthetic dentistry.
Both a dentist and a cosmetic dentist have undergone the same training to perform general dentistry procedures, including cleaning, root canal treatment, tooth removal or dental examination and hygiene. But a cosmetic dentist has received further training or is more experienced in performing veneers, orthodontics, implants, bonding and more. But a cosmetic dentist has further specialisation in veneer dentistry, orthodontics, implants, bonding and more.
Cosmetic dentistry performed by a professional, qualified cosmetic dentist such as ours won’t damage your teeth.
But as with any cosmetic procedure, there are risks involved if the person administering the treatment is not qualified.
For example, to apply porcelain veneers, the cosmetic dentist needs to shave a bit of the enamel off your teeth. It is a very safe procedure, but if the dentist is not experienced qualified in cosmetic dentistry, they could end up shaving off more than needed, thus damaging your teeth.
With Midas Dental, you can rest assured that our team will provide you with a high- quality cosmetic dentistry treatment that won’t damage your teeth.
There are a number of reasons why someone might need cosmetic dentistry. The reasons can range from stained or discoloured teeth, crooked teeth, or chipped teeth to missing teeth or a gummy smile.
Before you consider cosmetic dentistry, you need to think about how important aesthetics are to you and if you’re willing to invest in treatment. And how committed you will be to maintaining proper oral health. Most cosmetic dentistry procedures require very thorough oral hygiene, including a healthy diet and avoiding certain foods that can cause staining.
When performed by a qualified cosmetic dentist, cosmetic dentistry is a safe and effective procedure. When you book a cosmetic dental appointment at Midas Dental, you can rest assured that you are at no risk of harm.
If your teeth are discoloured, your best course of action is to visit your dentist. They can perform a tooth clean for you and provide a teeth whitening treatment. If that’s not enough, there are other options for discoloured teeth (to be performed by a qualified cosmetic dentist only): dental veneers, composite bonding or dental crowns.