Western Prosthodontic Centre

3 Popular Cosmetic Dentistry Options at Our Dental Clinic

December 31, 2018
Posted By: Western Prosthodontic Centre

Are you a person who smiles a lot? Or do you avoid showing your smile because you don’t like the way it looks? Did you know that smiling more can actually make you—and those around you—feel happier? If you don’t like the way your smile looks, it might be time to do something about it.

At our West Perth, WA dental clinic, Western Prosthodontic Centre, we offer cosmetic dentistry options that can improve the look of your smile. And you might just find yourself feeling happier at the same time.

These are three of our most popular cosmetic dentistry options.

Teeth Whitening

Nothing beats teeth whitening when it comes to improving your smile quickly. In just one visit to our dental clinic, you can have teeth several shades whiter than when you came in. Professional teeth whitening provides more consistent, dramatic results than whitening strips or gels your can purchase in shops or the local pharmacy.

Tooth-Coloured Dentistry

If you have a tooth-coloured filling, you are already familiar with the composite materials used for these treatments. In addition to fillings, we use this material for cosmetic bonding to fix chips, gaps and other small imperfections in your smile.

For more serious dental issues, we can provide inlays and onlays, crowns, bridges and tooth replacement including dental implants.


Veneers are a great way to camouflage a number of dental problems, including teeth that are misaligned, gapped or too short. These ultra-thin shells cover up the problems with your smile, providing a permanent solution that is beautiful and natural-looking in just a couple of dental appointments. With proper care, veneers last a good number of years.

Now is a great time to consider cosmetic dentistry at our West Perth, WA, dental clinic. We invite you to call us to book a consult today. 

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.