Cosmetic enhancement

Want to improve your smile?

There are a variety of treatments available to enhance your smile, whether it is to change the shape or colour of teeth, close spaces between teeth, replace missing teeth or  align crooked teeth, let us provide you with a professional opinion and treatment options to make this enhancement possible.

The common procedures are:

Tooth whitening
Boost your confidence with brighter, whiter teeth. If your teeth are stained or discoloured by tea, coffee, cigarette or simply aging, lightening them by a few shades can take years off your appearance and boost your confidence. We supply professional whitening system Polanight. It is an effective and economical home whitening package, contain custom made bleaching trays and bleaching agents in the form of gel in 18% Carbamide peroxide concentrations.

Current special on tooth whitening is available, call us on 9460-6627 to find out more.

White (composite) Fillings
White (composite) fillings, also known as resin bonding, are the most popular choice in restoring teeth with decay, small chips or large breaks. White Fillings can range from small to full tooth restorations. We use latest and best branded white filling material in the dental market today i.e. GC, 3M, SDI.  Each tooth's restorative need is unique, our dentist can discuss with you the best filling material suitable for your teeth. 

Veneers are used to enhance aesthetics of front teeth. They are custom made "facings"  using tooth coloured materials to bond to teeth to improve shape, size or length of teeth.

Tooth Alignment - C FAST cosmetic orthodontic procedure
Improve your smile, increase your confidence, straighten up that crooked front teeth of yours with C FAST the innovative cosmetic procedure. Unlike the conventional orthodontics, C fast treatment only involves front teeth, aesthetic results can be achieved within as few as 8 weeks and costs less. Contact us on 9460 6627 for an assessment and see how it can improve your smile.



  • A child's first teeth are as important as permanent teeth and require daily care. 
  • Make brushing fun! Sing nursery rhymes or play a favourite song while you help your child brush their teeth. 
  • Consider a battery-powered tooth brush when cleaning your child’s teeth, this adds novelty when brushing.
  • A child who understands that teeth have to last a lifetime is more likely to take care of them. 
  • The average child has a full set of 20 primary teeth by the age of two to three years. Your child’s first visit to the dentist should be within six months of the eruption of their first tooth, or by their first birthday. 
  • Thumb sucking is a natural reflex in babies and young children. Most children lose interest in thumb sucking and dummies between two to four years of age. 
  • The appearance of primary teeth is commonly called ‘teething’. Many babies experience some discomfort during teething.