Anti Aging & Smile Rejuvenation

How to look younger with Smile Rejuvenation & Smile Makeover in Melbourne

Looking older than you feel? Wanted to look young again?


In here you will discover how to look younger with Smile Rejuvenation and Smile Makeovers treatment without surgical procedures.


First, let’s understand the ways your smile changes as you age:

  • Gums recede
  • Teeth yellow
  • You lose teeth
  • Teeth shift
  • Teeth wear down
  • Outdated dental work needs replacing
  • Lose bone mass
  • Less saliva = more dental problems

Your teeth are the foundation for your face. When that foundation begins to crumble, it creates a ripple effect on the rest of your face, such as lips sagging, fine lines appearing, a sunk-in look, etc.

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While people target skin and wrinkles to achieve a younger look, they oftentimes forget that our smiles age too.

We all drop a ton of cash on anti-aging potions and lotions and other treatments that promise to help us look as young as we feel, but did you know that your smile may be a dead giveaway of your real age?

It’s true. Misshapen, discoloured and uneven teeth can make you look older than your years. 

At Vogue Smiles Melbourne, we offer smile rejuvenation, or  an anti-aging dental facelift that helps our patients to improve their aging smiles. We offer cosmetic dentistry procedures to revitalize smile from making minor improvements to different aesthetic reconstructive procedures. These changes will either enhance  existing features or correct aging smiles imperfections and improve oral health at the same time.


How does Smile Rejuvenation aka Anti-aging dentistry make you look younger?


Anti-aging dentistry uses cosmetic dental procedures to change the way your teeth support your facial structure and give you a younger-looking smile.

It’s a non-surgical facelift with long-lasting results!

Your treatment plan may consist of one or more of the above, depending on your unique case.

How do these treatments change your face?

A lot of people’s teeth shorten as they age from years of grinding and wear. By changing the dimensions of your teeth (often lengthening them with veneers), you can:

  • Say “goodbye” to that sagged or double chin
  • Lift your cheeks
  • Eliminate that hollow look
  • Fill out fine lines and wrinkles
  • Improve your lips

Another problem with aging is losing teeth to decay or gum disease. Replacing a missing tooth will help:

  • Preserve bone structure to support your face
  • Restore your smile’s health and function
  • Keep your surrounding teeth in place
  • Boost your confidence to smile more (smiling is a sign of youthfulness)

There are a million other ways anti-aging dentistry can change your face

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Smile Rejuvenation Process of enhancing your smile and overall appearance


Smile Rejuvenation Process is a process of enhancing your smile and overall appearance by doing a range of Cosmetic and restorative procedures that will correct and improve any pre-existing imperfections of your teeth and their arrangements.  It is a beautification treatment to achieve a personalized and custom Hollywood smile.  It makes you feel and look younger and sexier.  You will feel like a celebrity!

It is called many different names such as Smile Redesign, Teeth Makeover, Rejuvenation Smile, Smile Rejuvenation, Smile Makeover, #, Smile Transformation, Instant Orthodontics, Facelift Dentistry®, Anti-aging dentistry.  The goal is the same.  To give you that youthful smiles.

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Rejuvenate your smile with Cosmetic Dentistry in Melbourne


With smile makeover to Rejuvenate your smile, you can now change the appearance of your teeth and look a lot younger. Whether you want to change the shape, color or the alignment of your teeth, there is an option which is available for you.

You may want to rejuvenate your smile if you think you have any of the following

  • crooked teeth
  • missing teeth
  • misaligned teeth
  • teeth that have lost their color
  • gapped teeth
  • teeth that are too long or too short
  • gums that are too noticeable

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Smile makeovers Procedure in Melbourne


Smile makeovers are short series of procedures which improve your smile through one or more cosmetic dental procedures; serving as the cornerstone of restorative and advanced cosmetic dentistry.  Your smile is one of your defining characteristics and it is important for you to be happy with its appearance. While they are restorative in nature, smile makeovers are generally less extensive and more cosmetic in nature than a full mouth reconstruction.

While both procedure families overlap, smile makeovers generally have a more aesthetic than reconstructive end result in mind. However, the terms are frequently used interchangeably, but there is a very important distinction. Smile makeovers generally do not include bone or gum grafts or extensive replacement of teeth.

Smile Makeovers cover a wide range of dental procedures that enhance the appearance of your smile and improve the function of the masticatory system. The following are the various processes that can achieve a smile makeover from the simplest treatments to the most involved.

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Teeth Whitening


As we go through life, it is natural that our teeth tend to yellow. There are two major factors that contribute to this: 1. Natural aging thickens the inner layer (dentine) while the outer layer (enamel) thins. 2. Staining from things we put in our mouth that have any color to them, especially drinking a lot of coffee and tea which create the most stains.


How can White Teeth Make you Look younger?



Confidence is the key to presenting your best self to others. Having white teeth means you will hide your smile less and show off those pearly whites more! No more days of being hesitant to laugh at a joke or crack a huge smile and no more hiding your mouth with your hand when you speak. Having whiter teeth will promote a much more positive interpersonal communication experience between you and those that you interact with.



In another study, conducted by Oral B, two thousand British people were asked to estimate the age of a model in a photo. The first photo showed a woman with a radiant smile, the other the same woman with discoloured teeth. On average, the doctored image of model was estimated to be thirteen years older with an age of 44 years, compared to the woman with whiter teeth. This is a large disparity between her true age and the age that people assumed she was when they looked at the picture with yellowed, uncared for teeth. If you could take up to 13 years off of your appearance with the painless act of teeth whitening, would you? Compared to many other ways that people try to look younger, teeth whitening is a much less painful and much more cost effective choice.



It is common knowledge that the younger you are, the healthier you usually are. Our bodies naturally deteriorate over time. Therefore, when others see signs of health such as wrinkle free skin, a full head of hair, or white teeth for example, they will associate that with somebody’s level of health. These positive signs of health show people you are interacting with that you are maintaining your body and its functions properly. The more positive they are, the younger they will think you are.

In conclusion, having white teeth can have a great anti-aging effect on your appearance. If you are looking to get whiter teeth, below you will find Whitening techniques


Whitening Techniques

Most whitening agents in the market are effective but only to various degrees. The most common chemical agent that is used to whiten the teeth is Carbamide Peroxide. Carbamide Peroxide is an oxidizer and acts by oxidizing the coloring agents within the dentine or those on the surface of the enamel.

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In-Home Bleaching Trays

In-Home Bleaching Trays are fabricated by dentists from a mold of your teeth. The tray is well-adapted to the contour of the teeth and can hold the solution on the tooth surface with minimal dilution. Higher percentages of carbamide peroxide are used in in-home bleaching treatments anywhere from 10-30%.

In-Office Bleaching

When you want to whiten your teeth in a hurry, the most efficient method of whitening is an In-Office Treatment. In In-Office Treatments, your gums are isolated and protected from the teeth by a special compound and a very high concentration of carbamide peroxide is painted on the teeth. Occasionally, the whitening agent is activated by the  with a special light to speed up the process.

“Internal” Bleaching

When teeth have severe discoloration due to necrosis/damage to the tooth pulp, an “internal” bleaching technique is used to lighten up the discolored teeth. The prerequisite for this technique is that the tooth must have been treated by a root canal process.

Contra-Indication for Teeth Bleaching

If you have any veneers/bonding/crowns, you must realize that the bleaching agents do not affect the dental materials. Applying bleach to all teeth will allow the natural teeth to lighten while the restored teeth remain the same color. Use of bleaching during pregnancy has not been studied and therefore contra-indicated.

Sensitive Teeth?

The limiting factor that prevents people from whitening their teeth to their maximum potential is the development of sensitivity by the bleaching agent. However, there is good news! The sensitivity is caused by dehydration of the teeth and is completely reversible, when you stop the bleaching, the whiteness will remain, but the sensitivity will be alleviated.

There are also some remedies to minimize sensitivity that we can discuss during your consultation appointment

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Tooth Replacement with Dental Crowns, Bridges or Implants


In healthy mouths with no missing teeth, the roots of the teeth are supported by the jawbone. When teeth are missing, the jawbone is slowly shrinking, which results in decreased facial support. So, with every tooth that is lost, bone and facial muscle support are lost too, which can change the way you look. Without teeth to support, facial collapse such as sunken or sagging cheeks may start to show, which can make us look older than we really are. 


The Importance of Replacing Missing Teeth:


In addition to facial profile support, our teeth serve to aid in chewing, digestion, speaking, and even boosting self-esteem. Studies have shown that tooth loss can have a negative impact on our self-esteem. 

Since we know that teeth keep your facial muscles and bones intact, it makes sense that there is a relationship between missing teeth and signs of early aging. Without the support that your teeth provide, your mouth and cheeks can sink, shrink, and sag, which is often called, facial collapse.

Missing teeth also form gaps. While a few teeth gaps may seem insignificant, gaps allow for shifting of existing teeth, which affects facial support as well. So even if you lose only a few back teeth, those teeth can shift and cause a domino effect that can change your front tooth position as well. Gaps in front teeth can negatively affect our appearance.

Unfortunately, an aged facial appearance is not the only problem with missing teeth. Tooth loss also causes lifestyle changes as well. Without full tooth support, people find it hard to chew, speak, or smile. Rather than merely an inconvenience, tooth loss can become a major hindrance to each additional tooth loss.


Missing Teeth Can Make You Look Older:


Aging facial appearance is a lesser-known problem that people think about when they lose their teeth.  

Signs of premature aging due to tooth loss include the following facial profile changes:

  • Facial angles – When we lose teeth, we also lose the height of the jawbone, which lowers the facial height too. Change in angulation can alter face shape and make noses appear larger. Loss of shape can make the face appear sunken or hallowed.
  • Facial wrinkles – Facial angulation changes can cause increased vertical lines that make us appear older than we really are.
  • Bite Changes – Tooth loss causes changes in how teeth come together. A deterioration in the bite can create a harsher facial appearance because the corners of our mouths lose shape.
  • Frown Appearance – The loss of shape around mouth corners can make you appear unhappy or even angry without knowing it.
  • Chin rotation – Bite deterioration can cause a forward shift in the chin that creates a pointed looking appearance.
  • Cheek jowls – When some of the jawbone is lost, it causes muscle ligaments to weaken, which allows for the sagging of facial tissue.
  • Thinning lips – Without teeth to support the appearance of full lips, they can appear thin. In addition, weakened muscles around the mouth with missing teeth can make lips appear longer rather than fuller, which makes us look older.


5 Options For Replacing A Missing Tooth


1. Dental implants

2. Implant-supported bridge

3. Tooth-supported bridge

4. Removable partial dentures

5. Flipper

6. Snap on Smiles


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Porcelain Veneers


Many patients are looking for a more youthful face and an attractive smile.  A lot of people have heard of porcelain veneers, but many do not truly understand what they really are and how they can be used to change smiles.

What are Porcelain Veneers?

Porcelain Veneers are thin layers of porcelain that are bonded on the teeth to improve their appearance.

It is one of the fastest and most effective ways to create a youthful smile is by applying porcelain veneers—thin ceramic shells— to cover your existing tooth structure. The procedure can correct teeth that are cracked, stained, misaligned or poorly shaped and produce teeth that are white and straight, making it possible for you to present a well-proportioned smile for 10 to 15 years.


3 Ways Veneers Can Make You Look Younger


1. They fix discolouration 

According to some beauty experts, skin tone is seen as a measure of youth. And the same goes for the shade of our teeth. As we age, our teeth often become discoloured. Peroxide will lift the overall shade of your teeth, but it can’t always completely get rid of genetic blemishes, or discoloured spots from things such as decalcification in water or certain medicines.


2. They cover chips and cracks

Tooth breakages of any kind suggest weak and brittle bones or teeth which have worn over time. This is a common marker of ageing. Veneers are a great way to fix unsightly imperfect teeth, without the need for painful extraction or serious repair.


3. They close up your gaps  

While Vanessa Paradis can pull off her beautiful, gap-toothed smile, not everyone wants to keep theirs! Tooth gaps can be instantly ageing but veneers fix any spaces you wish to close up while allowing you to avoid lengthy orthodontic treatments. 

People with genetically small, thin, or pointy teeth may also benefit from veneers, which will give them well-shaped teeth, and contribute to an attractive face — giving the impression of a facelift.


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How many veneers do I need?


Depending on what you’re trying to correct! Typically, the rule is that if you’re correcting misalignment of the teeth, you will need to correct the misalignment in pairs (2, 4, 6 veneers) at a time. However, if you’re getting veneers to correct misalignment and substantially improve the colour of your teeth, you should correct as many teeth as you show when you smile. A point to remember is that the colour of porcelain veneers are very stable and they will not discolour over the years, however, the natural teeth next to them turn yellow with time and age. Although we can match the two front teeth to the surrounding teeth today, 2-3 years down the road the veneered teeth will look whiter than the adjacent, non-veneered teeth.

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Dental Bonding (Cosmetic Improvements with Composite Resin)


One of the most conservative procedures that whiten and reshape a smile is bonding. Bonding can lengthen, straighten and whiten teeth without compromising tooth structure. Bonding material (a cosmetic resin/plastic) can be added to teeth that are poorly shaped, crooked, discolored or worn down to redesign your smile and improve the shape of your face. The procedure is fast, simple and requires no anesthesia.


How does dental bonding work?


First, the tooth needing treatment will be made slightly rough, and then a special conditioning liquid is applied to the tooth’s surface to help the resin adhere properly. After the dentist permanently bonds the composite resin material to your tooth by using a special ultraviolet light, he will mould, shape and smooth the material to give it a natural appearance.


Dental bonding can be a treatment option for patients with the following issues:


  • Repairing a chipped tooth
  • Restoring discoloured teeth that do not respond to teeth whitening treatments
  • Repairing a tooth damaged by decay
  • Closing a space or gap between teeth
  • Making a tooth appear longer
  • Altering the shape of a tooth


Benefits of dental bonding


  • Minimal pain – The vast majority of patients require no aenesthesia to undergo a dental bonding treatment.
  • Low cost – Dental bonding is relatively inexpensive, compared to other cosmetic dental procedures.
  • Less time – Whereas many cosmetic dentistry treatments require multiple trips to the dentist, dental bonding procedures can be completed within a single visit.
  • Safe – Dental bonding uses a composite resin material that does not contain any metal components, and is, therefore, biocompatible with your body

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Managing Dental Problems & Emergencies

DENTAL EMERGENCIES Treatment in Melbourne

Any dental emergency like an injury to the teeth or gums can be potentially serious and should not be ignored. Ignoring a dental problem can increase the risk of permanent damage as well as the need for more extensive and expensive treatment down the road.


Quick Summary of What to do for some Common Dental problems or Emergencies




First, thoroughly rinse your mouth with warm water. Use dental floss to remove any lodged food. If your mouth is swollen, apply a cold compress to the outside of your mouth or cheek. Never put aspirin or any other painkiller against the gums near the aching tooth because it may burn the gum tissue. See your dentist as soon as possible.



Chipped or Broken Tooth


Save any pieces. Rinse the mouth using warm water; rinse any broken pieces. If there’s bleeding, apply a piece of gauze to the area for about 10 minutes or until the bleeding stops. Apply a cold compress to the outside of the mouth, cheek, or lip near the broken/chipped tooth to keep any swelling down and relieve pain. See your dentist as soon as possible.



Knocked-out Tooth


Retrieve the tooth, hold it by the crown (the part that is usually exposed in the mouth), and rinse off the tooth root with water if it’s dirty. Do not scrub it or remove any attached tissue fragments. If possible, try to put the tooth back in place. Make sure it’s facing the right way. Never force it into the socket. If it’s not possible to reinsert the tooth in the socket, put the tooth in a small container of milk (or cup of water that contains a pinch of table salt, if milk is not available) or a product containing cell growth medium, such as Save-a-Tooth. In all cases, see your dentist as quickly as possible. Knocked out teeth with the highest chances of being saved are those seen by the dentist and returned to their socket within 1 hour of being knocked out.



Extruded or Partially dislodged tooth


See your dentist right away. Until you reach your dentist’s office, to relieve pain, apply a cold compress to the outside of the mouth or cheek in the affected area. Take an over-the-counter pain reliever (such as Tylenol or Advil) if needed.



Objects caught between teeth


First, try using dental floss to very gently and carefully remove the object. If you can’t get the object out, see your dentist. Never use a pin or other sharp object to poke at the stuck object. These instruments can cut your gums or scratch your tooth surface.


Lost filling


As a temporary measure, stick a piece of sugarless gum into the cavity (sugar-filled gum will cause pain) or use an over-the-counter dental cement. See your dentist as soon as possible.


Lost Crown


If the crown falls off, make an appointment to see your dentist as soon as possible and bring the crown with you. If you can’t get to the dentist right away and the tooth is causing pain, use a cotton swab to apply a little clove oil to the sensitive area (clove oil can be purchased at your local drug store or in the spice aisle of your grocery store). If possible, slip the crown back over the tooth. Before doing so, coat the inner surface with an over-the-counter dental cement, toothpaste, or denture adhesive, to help hold the crown in place. Do not use super glue!



Broken Braces Wire


If a wire breaks or sticks out of a bracket or band and is poking your cheek, tongue, or gum, try using the eraser end of a pencil to push the wire into a more comfortable position. If you can’t reposition the wire, cover the end with orthodontic wax, a small cotton ball, or piece of gauze until you can get to your orthodontist’s office. Never cut the wire, as you could end up swallowing it or breathing it into your lungs.


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Lost Orthodontic Brackets and Band


Temporarily reattach loose braces with a small piece of orthodontic wax. Alternatively, place the wax over the braces to provide a cushion. See your orthodontist as soon as possible. If the problem is a loose band, save it and call your orthodontist for an appointment to have it recemented or replaced (and to have missing spacers replaced).



Tooth Abscess or Infection


Abscesses are infections that occur around the root of a tooth or in the space between the teeth and gums. Abscesses are a serious condition that can damage tissue and surrounding teeth, with the infection possibly spreading to other parts of the body if left untreated.

Because of the serious oral health and general health problems that can result from an abscess, see your dentist as soon as possible if you discover a pimple-like swelling on your gum that usually is painful. In the meantime, to ease the pain and draw the pus toward the surface, try rinsing your mouth with a mild salt water solution (1/2 teaspoon of table salt in 8 ounces of water) several times a day.


Soft Tissue Injuries


Injuries to the soft tissues, which include the tongue, cheeks, gums, and lips, can result in bleeding. To control the bleeding, here’s what to do:

Rinse your mouth with a mild salt-water solution.
Use a moistened piece of gauze or tea bag to apply pressure to the bleeding site. Hold in place for 15 to 20 minutes.
To both control bleeding and relieve pain, hold a cold compress to the outside of the mouth or cheek in the affected area for 5 to 10 minutes.
If the bleeding doesn’t stop, see your dentist right away or go to a hospital emergency room. Continue to apply pressure on the bleeding site with the gauze until you can be seen and treated.






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Costs of Cosmetic Dentistry and Smile Makeover in Melbourne

Costs of Cosmetic Dentistry and Smile Makeover in Melbourne

Are you unhappy with your smile for any reason well there is a cosmetic dentistry solution just waiting for you? Whether your smile is ruined because of discoloured teeth or whether a chipped or broken tooth is disrupting your smile in a negative way, a cosmetic smile makeover can change all of this and help to rejuvenate and brighten your smile almost instantaneously. However you want to improve your smiles, the first thing you consider is the Cost of Cosmetic Dentistry and Smile Makeover in Melbourne.


What is Smile Makeover? 


A smile makeover is a cosmetic procedure that rejuvenates your smile in many different ways using a range of techniques and treatments. Some of the treatments used are porcelain veneers, dental implants, teeth whitening, dental crowns and bridges and also gum reshaping. Cosmetic dentists use any number of these techniques to give you the dazzling smile that you have yet to achieve through conventional dental methods and cleaning.

Since your smile is one of the first things people notice about you when either meeting new people or even around old friends. Having a bright new smile can boost your self-confidence.

However popular and easy is Cosmetic dentistry these days, the main concern people have is the cost.

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They said that the true costs of cosmetic dentistry differ from each dentist and their practice. There are factors that will affect just how much your cosmetic dentistry treatment costs. The most important factor will be the cosmetic treatment itself. The prices of cosmetic dentistry vary widely.


Some treatments are short and relatively inexpensive while others will require multiple visits. However, bear in mind that it will never be cheap.


Costs of Cosmetic Dentistry in Melbourne


What Makes up the Cost of Cosmetic Dentistry and Smile Makeover in Melbourne?

Costs of Cosmetic Dentistry and Smile Makeover in Melbourne

1. Cosmetic Dental care is not a commodity. It’s not laundry detergent or breakfast cereal or wireless minutes. Dentistry is a professional service that’s both art and a science. Yes, there are excellent dentists and not-so-great dentists. Often, you get what you pay for. Yet even great dentists have bad days


2. Overhead costs are huge. Anywhere from 60% to 80% of what a patient pays goes toward the expense of running a modern dental practice. Dentists pay for rent or mortgage payments on their office space, payroll for hygienists, office managers and receptionists, health insurance, taxes, supplies, business insurance and technology — just to name a few. “A lot of people would be surprised to know how tight the profit margins are.


3. Labs differ in the quality of the products they produce. We all want our dentists to be using high-quality labs for things like crowns and dentures. Should we have to ask about the labs? No. We should trust our dentists to select a good one.


 How Much Does Cosmetic Dental Work Cost in Melbourne?


If you are after cheap cosmetic dental procedures, you will get some quotations from other dentist satisfying your needs of low cost cosmetic dental works.

To compensate for the high overhead cost at low fees, you would expect that some dentist have to cut corners either using low cost materials or shorter appointment time to see more patient in a given time. Often, you get what you pay for.


4. Cosmetic dentistry can dramatically change the appearance of a person’s smile. The time, skill and artistry involved in applying cosmetic dentistry have a major impact on the cost.


5.Cosmetic dentistry costs vary depending on the complexity of the individual case. If you have severe dental problems that are very difficult to repair, you might be asked to pay a bigger fee compared to those patients who have minor dental problems.

If the cosmetic dentist did many things before the actual procedure, such as extracting many unsavable teeth before putting on the veneers, you will more likely pay more. This is understandable and reasonable since much effort is exerted to give you perfect and attractive pearly whites.


6. The true costs of cosmetic dentistry also depend on the materials used. There are some cosmetic dentistry procedures that include some materials you need for taking care of your teeth after the surgery and some which do not have this feature.

Of course, the more expensive the practice is, the better aftercare you will be provided with.


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You should also do this to dentists who charge the standard rate. It is better to know what you are paying for and if you will get your money’s worth than to have late regrets. Do your research to know the common and standard rates offered by most dentists so that you will have a general idea on how much you have to pay.


Do not always go with the cheapest option, it is your healthcare and Smile after all! Get quotes from more than one dentistry and check their reviews and see their portfolio of cosmetic works.


Check if you could be comfortable with the dentist doing the cosmetic works and how you would be taken care of afterwards.


Having cosmetic dentistry procedures is having like married to your dentist for few or several years. You make sure the practice is committed to making their patient happy and satisfied and you would expect a better aftercare for yourself and your smile.


Bottomline, what is  the Costs of Cosmetic Dentistry and Smile Makeover in Melbourne?

The answer depends largely on what treatment you choose and which combination of procedures you choose for your treatment plan

Cosmetic Dentistry treatments that should be expected during full dental makeover include the following:

  • Dental bonding
  • Dental crown
  • Porcelain Veneer
  • Dental bridge
  • Full or partial denture
  • Dental Implant
  • Orthodontics/Invisalign
  • Teeth Whitening

The approximate cost for a full smile makeover could be about $800 to $2,500 per tooth. This estimate does not include the cost of oral surgery, periodontal treatments, or crown lengthening if required, restoration of decay, mouthguard, gum lifting etc.

Hence, it shouldn’t be surprising to expect a full dental makeover (for a total of 20 teeth -Top and Lower teeth) to cost about $10,000 to $25,000 or more.

Dental insurance plans may cover some of the costs associated with a full smile makeover. Though most insurance companies do not provide cover for cosmetic dentistry procedures, most restorative dentistry treatments are covered by insurance plans. These insurance plans can significantly reduce your out-of-pocket expenses for a full dental makeover.

Note that these prices are relatives and may differ according to exact smile makeover treatment you choose or a combination thereof,  the materials and the severity of dental conditions and complexity of your cosmetic case.


For a more accurate price estimate for your smile makeover treatment, you need to visit us in person for consultation and dental examination.


If you are on limited budget, you don’t need to have a full Smile makeover of top and bottom teeth. You can perhaps start just by doing from 6 teeth to 10 teeth on the top teeth and just do teeth whitening on the lower teeth. That would save you a lot initially.


Financing to cover Costs of  Cosmetic Dentistry and Smile Makeover 


We offer our patients many ways of financing their Cosmetic Dentistry and Smile Makeover treatment that allow you to pay over time and with Interest Free financing. Ask us in details how we can help your financing your new smile. 


Costs of Cosmetic Dentistry and Smile Makeover in Melbourne



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How Much Does a Smile Makeover with Porcelain Veneer Cost?

How Much Does a Smile Makeover with Porcelain Veneer Cost?

Many of our patients desire the opportunity to achieve a more beautiful, youthful smile and are excited to learn of the benefits of a Smile Makeover with Porcelain Veneer. Since a smile makeover involves the combination of multiple cosmetic dentistry treatments to address a variety of concerns, the ultimate costs associated with the procedure vary from patient to patient.

 How Much Does a Smile Makeover with Porcelain Veneer Cost?


How Does a Smile Makeover with Porcelain Veneer Work?


A smile makeover is not a single treatment. Instead, it’s a combination of procedures that are carefully selected to meet your exact needs to help you reach your goals. Your cosmetic dentist  will perform a thorough consultation and learn more about your concerns to develop a strategy to create a picture-perfect smile. We may recommend one or more treatments to achieve the results you want. Overall, the color, size, shape, proportion, and positioning of your teeth can be improved using the latest advancements in cosmetic dentistry.


Why Should I Consider Smile Makeover with Porcelain Veneer?


From making an excellent first impression to enhancing your outward appearance, your smile is an important thing to cherish. Therefore, if you find yourself struggling with teeth impairment and imperfections that jeopardize your confidence and way of life, Porcelain veneers  can be your ultimate dental solution.

A Smile Makeover with Porcelain Veneer can help enhance your smile and improve other flawed aspects associated with your dental health. Whether you want to enhance the quality of your smile or improve on minor flaws, Porcelain veneers are a readily accessible Cosmetic dental option. Overall, the cost of Porcelain veneers in Melbourne is worthwhile; there are a myriad of benefits that comes with veneers.


How Much Does a Smile Makeover with Porcelain Veneer Cost in Melbourne?


Just look up “Porcelain veneers near me,” and a multitude of intimidating prices are bound to come up. While composite dental veneers generally cost between $350 and $700 per tooth, Porcelain veneers cost can set you back between $925 and $3,500 per tooth.


Understanding the Cost of a Smile Makeover


Unfortunately, there isn’t a set fee for a smile makeover with Porcelain Veneer because the cost is determined by your individual treatment plan. Several factors can influence the amount you pay, like the complexity of your needs and the number of teeth being treated. After performing your consultation, we’ll provide you with an estimate and explain the fees associated with your plan. If the procedures are used for elective purposes, you won’t be able to use your dental coverage to offset the amount you pay out-of-pocket. Since cosmetic and restorative procedures often overlap, if a treatment is necessary for your oral health, you may be able to use your coverage. If applicable, we’ll work on your behalf with your dental insurance to maximize your benefits to lower the cost. For any remaining balance, our office accepts several payment options, like third-party financing. You can pay for your new smile using a flexible plan.


Why Smile Makeover with Porcelain Veneer Cost Are So Expensive


Smile Makeover with Porcelain Veneer will make you have that perfect smile you have always wanted. Veneers are for anyone who can dare dream to have the ideal set of teeth to boost your confidence in implicit ways. However, Smile Makeover with Porcelain Veneer are not for the fair-hearted as they come at a steep price. Even though it is a simple dental procedure, it is so costly. 

The best smile is priceless and never cheap. The reason why veneers are so expensive is that it requires lots of working hours to find the perfection you need. In some instances, lab technicians can take up to three days to complete one set of teeth. The reason is that veneers must have a translucent finish to make them look like your natural teeth. Also, you can only apply one layer at a time.

Even though a Smile Makeover with Porcelain Veneer procedure is for cosmetic and aesthetic purposes, you still want a long-lasting or permanent solution. Therefore, cheap and affordable material will not fit this spectrum. Veneers that do not get damaged over time will make you save in the long run. There will be no costs for repairs or replacements because you chipped your tooth chewing on tough food.

Dental veneers have a reputation for providing people with elegant smiles and poise. It is among the most revered options for tooth restoration. You will understand if it costs slightly more than you expected.

If you combine all the elements and effort towards installing veneers, you will see why the cost can be bloated. The lab fees include design times, milling burrs, cleaning the teeth, and general labor.

You also have to consider the chair time as it piles up on the overall cost of veneers. A veneer procedure is not a one-time process. You will have many stages of treatments before you finally walk away with the perfect smile. The stages include taking your teeth’ impressions, designing your new smile at the lab, temporary fittings of veneers, and then the permanent fit. It can amount to over ten hours of the total chair time you will endure. However, it is spread over many appointments.

Here at Vogue Smiles Melbourne, we know the cost of Smile Makeover with Porcelain Veneer can be daunting. For that reason, we will help you understand all of your options and assist you in making all your dreams possible. We have different types of Porcelain Veneers that would cater to different budget and expectations.

We are offering Porcelain Veneer Specials and Packages to make this beautiful smile easily attainable.


How much do Smile Makeover Porcelain Veneers cost in our practice?


The porcelain veneers cost can slightly vary between patients and host of other factors.

A general cost for veneers  ranges from $700 – $2499.

The cost always varies on the smile design, as more complex cases may require additional dental treatments.

Dr Castro can provide an exact porcelain veneers cost by booking a free smile consultation for veneers.

Payment plan options for veneers are also available.



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This TRADITIONAL OR PREPPED Porcelain veneers cost roughly between $1500 to $2500 per tooth depending on the complexity of treatment. Exact quotes can be established after a one on one consultation appointment with Dr Castro.

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Should you wait or should you have Smile Makeover with Porcelain Veneer treatment done now?


The biggest question to ask yourself is: “How important is my smile and how will having a better or improved smile affect me? There can be thousands of different answers to this question. The first that comes to mind is increased self esteem and confidence. Smiles affect both our personal and professional lives and have a dramatic effect on how people perceive your personality.

We finance many other goods and services, cars, homes, furniture etc. so why not make an investment in yourself? Makes sense, because the biggest asset anyone has is themselves!! If you can afford a monthly payment and it will not cause undue hardship on your personal finances, dental financing may be worth taking a look at.

Apply for cosmetic dentistry financing today, and you could be one step closer to achieving the beautiful smile you’ve been dreaming about for years. Learn more about the cosmetic dentistry financing options available at the practice of cosmetic dentist


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Finance your New Smile with affordable Interest-Free Dental Financing


The biggest obstacle that gets in the way of major dental work is money. You either have it up front or you don’t! There are different wants and needs relating to your smile. Want based dentistry is most often cosmetic and with any esthetic procedure, there is an out of pocket expense that has to be paid up front to the dentist.

Dental Financing companies have been popping up everywhere to cash in on the makeover boom. More and more people will do anything to get a new smile. The great news is you the consumer have options.

The decision to undergo cosmetic dentistry treatment can affect your appearance, confidence, overall well-being – and your finances. What many potential patients don’t know is that cosmetic dentistry financing can help make the costs of treatment more manageable. We provide a cosmetic dentistry financing program for patients who would like to undergo treatment, but can’t afford to make one full payment at the time of the procedure. With financing, the cost of treatment is broken into smaller payments that fit in with your monthly budget.


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Patient finance is a very popular option and allows you to choose 3 interest-free payment periods of 3 months (up to $500), 6 months ($500 – $1000) and 12 months (over $1000).  For longer payment periods of up to 4 years interest charges will apply at the current rate applicable.

Our practice can offer different third party lenders like ZIPMONEY that offer Interest of interest free options.

Specifically designed for healthcare expenses, we allow you to begin treatment now – then pay for it over time with Interest free* or Extended Payment* Plans

We have helped thousands of patients across Australia by providing a convenient way to pay for treatment.


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Whether you’re interested in teeth whitening, metal-free restorations, or Smile Makeover with Porcelain veneers in Melbourne, we strive for excellence. We’ll design a dazzling smile using a personalized approach to feel confident you’re making the best decision for your smile. Contact our office today to schedule your consultation for a smile makeover.


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Aesthetic Components of a Smile Makeover

In addition to the colour, alignment and balance of your teeth in the aesthetic zone of your smile (the section of upper and lower teeth that show when you smile), there are several attributes of your teeth and smile that your cosmetic dentist will evaluate with you when planning your makeover. These include:

Tooth Length: Long teeth lend a youthful appearance. Aging produces wear and tear that often results in shorter teeth, and a gummy smile also can make teeth appear shorter. A treatment for shorter teeth may include reshaping and lengthening the two front central teeth with composite bonding or porcelain veneers. If you have a gummy smile, your cosmetic dentist may provide treatment to modify the gum line and lengthen the appearance of the teeth using laser dentistry procedures. You may also be referred to a periodontist for crown lengthening if necessary.

Teeth lengthening may also impact your overall facial appearance. For example, shapely, long, square teeth on a round-faced individual can provide a slimming effect.

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Smile Line: The smile line is an imaginary line that follows the edges of your upper teeth from side to side, which ideally should be the same as the curve of your lower lip when you smile. This standard point of reference may be used to help determine how long your new teeth should be.

Tooth Proportions: Your cosmetic dentist will examine your teeth to determine if they are in correct proportion with each other. Most people recognize a pleasing smile as one in which the two central front teeth are dominant and have a width-to-length ratio of 4-to-5. This proportion guides the length and width of other teeth in the aesthetic zone so that the smile line appears balanced.

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Tooth Texture and Characterization: An artistic dentist can characterize your crowns or veneers to create a more feminine or a more masculine appearance, in addition to matching the look and feel of natural teeth or those you’ve seen in photographs.

If you are unhappy with your Smile, Call Vogue Smiles Melbourne 9629-7664, for all your General & Cosmetic Dentistry treatment in Melbourne


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Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding

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Thank you for visiting the Dental Blog of VOGUE SMILES MELBOURNE about Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding.


How can we assist you today? Whether you’re in need of a simple cleaning or a dazzling smile makeover, the team of Vogue Smiles Melbourne are here to help. Our General and Cosmetic Dentistry practice is home to a wide range of treatment options, each of them designed to create noticeable, long-term improvements for both your oral health and your self-confidence.

Our practice is dedicated to providing high-quality care in a cozy, one-on-one environment, focusing on your comfort, your personal smile goals, your financial budget and your oral health needs. We look forward to not only helping you improve your beautiful teeth but getting to know you and forming a relationship that hopefully lasts for many years to come.

Please feel free to look around at our website. If you have any questions about the topic of Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding or would like to make a booking, please contact our practice today on 9629-7664 .

It is our aim that through the educational articles we posted on our dental blog, that we can make profound impact on the lives of our patients by empowering them with knowledge and insight on Dental health and treatment that they are searching for.


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Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding



The Non-invasive, Pain-free & Affordable Cosmetic Option in Melbourne


There’s no worse feeling than coming to the realization that you have damaged something as permanent as a tooth. As everlasting as we believe our teeth to be, things do happen. The important thing to remember is that in the event of a cracked or chipped tooth, a gapped smile, or even decayed, amalgam-filled, disproportioned teeth, all can be rectified thanks to direct  Dental bonding aka laymans term as Tooth Bonding, Cosmetic Bonding, Composite Veneers 

As one options of cosmetic dentistry procedures, Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding is versatile, correcting any number of problems with your smile. Utilizing a putty-like material that can be shaped and formed in whichever way necessary, Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding material is cemented or bonded to the tooth’s visible surface; the application hidden to the naked eye given the ability of our cosmetic dentist to match said bonding to the color of your entire set of teeth. The end result is a beautiful smile!


What is Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding?


Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding is the application of a strong, natural-looking resin onto the surface of damaged teeth. Whether your teeth are stained, cracked or mildly misaligned, cosmetic dental bonding can often be used to quickly restore a beautiful smile. The bonding materials act as a replacement for missing enamel and dentin, providing durable protection and enhancement for your teeth. We matches the composite resin to the rest of your teeth to seamlessly blend in and cover any imperfections. Before you know it, you can have the smile you’ve been waiting for!


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Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding Can Fix These Cosmetic Dental Issues


If you’re looking for a quick yet effective fix for minor dental problems, consider the benefits of Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding:

  • Corrects small cracks and chips
  • Improves alignment and spacing issues
  • Hides stains or discoloration
  • Blends with the rest of your teeth
  • Strengthens teeth
  • Provides quick results


  • Other Benefits of Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding  are:  
    • Covering stains
    • Repairing small fractures
    • Treating sensitive teeth
    • Lightening tooth shade
    • Closing small spaces
    • Making teeth look longer
    • Changing the shape of teeth
    • Protection of a portion of the tooth’s root that has been exposed when gums recede.

The procedure is an extremely versatile solution for improving the look of your smile. In your initial dental exam, we will highlight how the dental bonding procedure can achieve your goals.


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The Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding Procedure


Once an approach is established for reaching your desired results, we will begin the procedure. The surface of your damaged teeth are first prepared with a solution, creating an area ideal for bonding. After the material is color blended to match the rest of your teeth, we layers and sculpts it on the prepared teeth. Once in place, the resin is hardened under a special light for lasting results. Finally, we buffs the dental bonding material to reveal a shining, natural-looking new smile.


When is Cosmetic Dental Bonding a Good Solution?


Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding is most often used for minor imperfections of teeth. The most common way dental bonding is used is to fix a chipped or cracked tooth. The Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding resin rebuilds the damaged tooth, and seamlessly restores the patient’s smile to its natural state. Before recommending the procedure ,we gives a thorough examination of the patient’s mouth and determines the type of bonding to use. Patients who are eligible for dental bonding can expect a swift and painless procedure.


Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding is an alternative to veneers, and can be used as a restorative procedure for teeth that are chipped, cracked, discolored or misarranged.


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Things to consider with  Cosmetic Dental Bonding


The bonding procedure can often be completed in a single office visit, and can improve the appearance of a tooth significantly. However, since the plastic resin used is not as strong as your natural tooth enamel, it is more likely to stain, chip or break than natural teeth. Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding typically lasts three to five years before need of repair.

Here are the detailed pros and cons of bonding versus veneers, crowns and similar options – all of which you should discuss with your dentist to determine whether the treatment is right for you.


Advantages of Cosmetic Dental Bonding


Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding is a great option if you have minor flaws affecting your front teeth. It can be an economical solution for issues such as stained or chipped teeth and is less expensive than porcelain veneers.




It can be mixed to match your teeth’s color.

The dentists blend composite resin to make the color as closely to the actual color of the patient’s teeth as possible. This makes bonding subtle and esthetically pleasing.


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It’s much cheaper than most dental restorations.

Bonding usually costs around $300-$600 depending on the amount of damage, location and the dental practitioner. Compared to veneers and crowns, it is much more affordable. Most insurance policies also cover for dental bonding costs when the dentists use it for fillings or other similar restorations. .


It can be done in a single clinic visit.

Because the treatment does not require impressions of your tooth, you will not need to go back for a second visit. Instead, the dentist can complete the procedure within one or two hours. If you have several teeth that need treatment, it may take longer or the dentist may choose to divide treatment between two appointments. However, for the most part bonding is quick and easy.


It doesn’t require anesthetics.

Bonding doesn’t cause any discomfort, unless the dentists need to clean and fill a cavity. Shallow cavities don’t need anesthetics, either. If you don’t feel any discomfort while the dentist cleans your infection, you can get bonding without any issues. For deep cavities, dentists often use a local anesthetic to remove the pain while they extract decay.


It’s not invasive.

Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding doesn’t require any kind of cutting, slicing or any other procedure that can be invasive or scary.


It preserves healthy tooth material.

Unlike crowns and veneers where a some amount of tooth enamel is trimmed off, Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding doesn’t require any trimming. As long as the area doesn’t have any decay inside, the dentist can cover it without removing any tooth material aside from minor etching.



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  1. Not as Stain-Resistant. Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding doesn’t resist stains like porcelain veneers or crowns do.

This pitfall of dental bonding is that the material often used to create the bond isn’t particularly resistant to stains. Composite resin is more porous than tooth enamel or porcelain, so it absorbs a deep-colored food more easily. If you’re a regular coffee or red-wine drinker, for example, you might notice the bonded tooth discolors more quickly and noticeably than your natural teeth. Limiting coffee, wine and similar foods and drinks is therefore the easiest way to avoid staining the bonding resin. Of course, you don’t need to give up coffee or wine entirely; an equally effective option is to practice good oral care.


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2. Cracking and chipping.

Since the bond is small, it can easily crack if you use your bonded tooth to bite a non-food item. Also use caution if you grind your teeth or eat hard foods because these can cause damage.


3. Detaching or debonding

In some rare cases, the entire bond detaches from the treated tooth because of trauma, impact and strong biting force. If this occurs, dentists can place a new filling or bond.


4. Coverage. 

If used on big surfaces, the bond is more likely to crack or deform. This is why dentists do not recommend Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding for big problems like multiple lost teeth, large fractures that expose the pulp or as caps for root canal treated teeth.


5. Not As Durable 

The material used in Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding is made of a special type of plastic called composite resin. It’s a strong material, but the resin isn’t as durable as your natural tooth enamel, nor is it as hardy as the porcelain used in veneers or dental crowns. When you receive a dental bond, you’ll need to be particularly careful about eating and biting down on hard foods to avoid chipping or breaking the bond. If the edge of the bonded teeth feels rough or jagged, or if you notice any unevenness when you bite, it’s a good idea to call your dentist and have him or her take a look at the treated tooth. He or she may need to file down the bond or replace it altogether.


6. Not as Long-lasting as Porcelain Veneers

Keep in mind because teeth bonding isn’t as resilient as its alternatives, it usually has a shorter shelf life as well. You can expect a bond to last anywhere from three to seven years. How well you take care of your teeth and gums alongside your regular lifestyle habits play a big part in determining the life of the bond.


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Other Cosmetic Dentistry Options and alternatives to Dental Bonding


What other options are there besides Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding or Veneers?


Any of these teeth bonding disadvantages can be a deal-breaker. If you find that the drawbacks of dental bonding do outweigh the positives, you can always consider other options. A dental crown or Porcelain Veneer is a great choice in the event that a broken tooth needs to be fully restored, or if a tooth has a cavity that is too large to correct with a filling. Your main concern may even be correcting discolored teeth or changing the shape or alignment of slightly crooked teeth, in which case veneers are also a good solution. Veneers are typically made of porcelain and are attached to the front of your teeth.

Choosing between dental bonding and other restorative options is often a matter of cost and convenience. Whereas bonding is more delicate than a crown or set of veneers, it’s also a lot of less expensive. You typically need just a single appointment for bonding, and the process usually takes less than one hour per tooth. In contrast, veneers and crowns cost more upfront and often require multiple trips to the dentist. The trade-off is that they will withstand stains and hard objects much more easily, allowing them to last a lot longer than your typical composite resin.


How do I care for my teeth after Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding?


Dental bonding is more prone to staining and chipping unlike other treatments. That is why basic aftercare is needed so you can keep your bonded teeth looking natural and glossy. Here are some tips to keep your bonded teeth in good condition:


Brushing – Brush your teeth in the morning and once at night. Use toothpaste that contains fluoride and replace your toothbrush every 3 to 4 months to guarantee that your teeth are properly cleaned.

Flossing – when you floss your teeth, bring the floss up to the gum line and completely remove all plaque before you proceed to the next tooth.

Drinking water after every meal – when you drink water after meals, you keep your mouth clean and healthy as water will help flush out food debris and lessen acidity levels in your mouth.

Things that stain teeth – use of tobacco products like chewing tobacco or cigarettes causes yellow stains on your natural teeth and bonded teeth. Foods and drinks such as tea, red wine, juices coffee, and candies with artificial colouring can also stain the teeth. If you smoke, this is a good reason to quit. If you often drink red wine, coffee or other foods with dark colours, cut down on these types of foods.

Habits that wear down the composite resin – biting on fingernails or pens and on other objects can wear down the bonding material and enamel over time. The composite resin can easily chip, so it’s best to avoid such activities.


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Frequently Asked Questions about Dental Bonding


How much does composite Dental bonding cost?

Dental Bonding is an affordable options to improve your smile.

Depending on cosmetic complexity and host of other factors, you are looking a ballpark figure from $300-$700 per tooth.


Is Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding cheaper than veneers?


Yes, Dental Bonding are Cheapers than Porcelain Veneers


Does Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding look natural?


If you’re wondering if tooth bonding looks natural, the answer is yes. The dental bonding material is specially formulated, and color matched to resemble the natural teeth. Most people won’t realize you have a bonded tooth unless you decide to point it out.


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How Long Does Dental Bonding Last?


If you are considering cosmetic treatments for your teeth, one of the key factors is how long does dental bonding last. The answer to this question is based on several factors.

  • First, the location of the bonding on the tooth surface. Restorations that are performed with bonding resins along the edge of the tooth tend to break down sooner than those that are placed in other areas of the tooth. The reason is that the edges of your teeth are where most pressure is placed when you bite down on food, and this may damage the resin.
  • Second, the types of food that you enjoy eating impact how long the resin will last. If you love to eat hard or crunchy foods, your dental bonding may not last as long as someone who eats only soft foods. Most people can have dental bonding for about four to eight years before the resin needs to be replaced or repaired.


Does the Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding Treatment Hurt?


In most cases, dental bonding is a comfortable and painless treatment to improve the shape, size, and colour of your teeth. The tooth may need to be numbed if is has decay or other dental issues that may cause discomfort. When the tooth surface is prepared for the resin, you may feel a slight pressure on the tooth. The application of the resin and hardening with the ultraviolet light produces no sensations in the tooth.


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Does bonding ruin your teeth?


While cosmetic bonding is not permanent, it in no way ruins teeth. After a few years, the material may fade or become chipped, but that does not affect the natural enamel of your teeth itself. It may leave the enamel more vulnerable because the bonding material is no longer there to protect the tooth, but you can simply call your dentist to retouch the bonding.


Does Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding make your teeth whiter?


Yes, composite bonding can be a method of whitening teeth


Do Dental Bonded teeth stain easily?


Yes they do. If you examine the surface of Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding under a microscope, it looks very much like the surface of the moon — very porous. Bonding will pick up all varieties of stains, from lipstick to soy sauce, and aggressive foods like alcohol can cause peeling and discoloration if you partake often and aren’t diligent about brushing afterwards.


Can You Whiten Bonded Teeth?


Your natural tooth enamel is porous. As a result, staining agents are easily able to penetrate the surface layer of your teeth, creating a discoloured appearance. The porous nature of tooth enamel also allows the bleaching agents in teeth whitening systems to penetrate into the deeper layers of your teeth for a bright, dazzling smile. Unfortunately, tooth bonding material behaves differently than your natural tooth enamel.

The composite resin used for Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding is nonporous. While this material can stain over time, it will stain at a slower rate than your natural teeth because it lacks the pores that are present in enamel. In addition, the nonporous nature of bonding material prevents the bleaching agents found in teeth whitening treatments from impacting the colour of your restoration. As a result, if your bonding restoration becomes stained, you most likely will have a difficult time restoring a bright appearance with teeth whitening.


How do I keep my Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding white?


If you’re looking to maintain a bright smile, it’s important to understand that the resin material used with dental bonding will stain over time, but it doesn’t respond to whitening treatments. Therefore, whitening your teeth will create a situation where your natural teeth become a different shade than the bonding material.

There are certain steps you can take after getting dental bonding to help maintain a bright, beautiful smile for a long time:

  • Stay on top of your oral hygiene – brush twice a day and floss once a day
  • Visit our office twice a year for regular dental cleanings
  • Avoid the consumption of staining foods and beverages such as coffee, tea, colas, red wine, tomato sauce, berries or curries
  • Use a straw when drinking beverages that may stain your teeth to minimize the contact these liquids have with your teeth
  • Quit smoking


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Should I whiten my teeth before Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding?


If you choose to get teeth whitening after Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding, your natural teeth will become very bright while the bonding material will stay the same shade. This will make the bonded portion of your tooth look stained due to the difference in colour between the bonding material and your newly whitened teeth

I almost always suggest whitening first then wait 1-2 weeks for the colour to settle in then place bonding or crown or veneer. Remember bleaching in most cases needs to be redone every year or so. If you don’t the bonding won’t change colour but your nature teeth will go back to original


Can you remove stains from bonded teeth?


No, you  can’t remove stains on  bonded teeth. Even though bonding material does not respond to whitening material as teeth do, there is a convenient solution. Simply replace the bonding material at the same time or within a week or two of whitening teeth to ensure that the composite matches the shade of the teeth. It is easy to place composite on the teeth.


How do you get stains off bonded teeth?


There are two of the best ways to get rid of the stain. One is Resurfacing the area that was stained through adding composite on the tooth. Second is complete replacement of the stained bonding.


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Ways to avoid staining of your Bonded Teeth


It is better to avoid getting any stain in the first place. Here are some of the best ways to do that:

  • Try to do a good job of keeping your teeth clean. This should go without saying, but it is better to be reminded of it once in a while. Brush and floss your teeth as regularly and as often as possible. This will help remove plaque from your teeth and gums.
  • Make better choices with your drinks. If you can avoid drinking beverages that could stain your teeth, then do so. However, if you simply cannot avoid them, then make sure to take a small sip of water afterward. Then brush your teeth when you can after drinking.
  • Do not use tobacco products. This is easier said than done for some people. Tobacco can cause staining of the teeth because of its high tannin content. It would be better to avoid these products altogether.
  • Visit your dentist twice a year. It should be mandatory for everyone to have their teeth cleaned and examined. Any stain will be avoided and the health of the teeth and gums will be checked and monitored.



What can’t you eat with bonded teeth?


You can eat what you want, but bonding can chip easily in some cases. Because of this, it is wise to not bite into crunchy foods such as hard bread, apples, almonds, pecans, bacon, hard candies, etc with the bonded teeth.

You should be very cautious with any food that you typically bite into with your front teeth-like pizza, sub sandwiches, certain hard vegetables, corn on the cob, chicken. You would be best to cut them up and eat with your side teeth.

Also, it is better not to use the bonded teeth to open packages or rip tough foods.


Can Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding be removed?


A dentist can remove bonding without damaging your teeth if the bonding is on your tooth enamel—not the dentin beneath it. It’s relatively easy to remove the bonding.


Can Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding Be Removed Without Damaging Your Teeth?


Yes, a dentist can remove dental bonding without damaging your teeth. The concern is if your dentist placed bonding on your tooth enamel or the dentin—the layer beneath the bonding. If a dentist conservatively etches your teeth before bonding, it only affects a small amount of tooth enamel.


Does Insurance Cover Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding?


For cosmetic procedures, dental bonding cost is a consideration for many people. Specifically, they want to know if the teeth bonding cost is covered by their insurance. Most dental policies do not cover elective procedures, such as cosmetic treatments and dental bonding.

You will find that the cost is very affordable, and you can start by scheduling a consultation to find out if teeth bonding is a good option for you. This way you feel confident that you are making a wise and affordable investment in your smile. We review the specific cost for your bonding treatment before performing the procedure.


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Things to Consider When Finally Choosing Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding


Is this a good fit for me?


Before you decide on Cosmetic Dental Bonding or Tooth Bonding, be sure to choose a dentist who is experienced with the procedure, as dental bonding requires some artistic skill to get optimal cosmetic results. Feel free to ask for “before and after” images of previous patients of your dentist who have undergone dental bonding

If you notice any sharp edges on your bonded teeth or if they feel strange when you bite down, call your dentist. Bonded teeth can be repaired or reworked if necessary.

The bonding treatment is not suitable in every situation but it can be a quick, painless and affordable way to enhance your smile. When you feel good about the appearance of your teeth, it can help you maintain good oral health and focus on keeping your mouth overall healthy.



General and Cosmetic Dentistry Financing in Melbourne CBD

Dental Payment Plan Options That will Fit Your Budget


We don’t believe that dental care should be out of anyone’s price range. We want you to feel confident in a smile that looks attractive and functions naturally—and fits within your budget! If you don’t believe you can afford the dental treatment you need (or want), rest assured that we will try our best to help you afford the treatment you need. We have helped countless patients receive affordable dentistry, providing them with beautiful new smiles that have changed their quality of life.

Our team helps make our dental services affordable by assisting you in maximizing your insurance benefits and accepting a variety of payment methods. We also offer third-party dental financing through ZIPMONEY. Don’t let fear or embarrassment about your budget keep you from getting the dental treatments your smile deserves. Contact our team today!



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Cosmetic Dentistry Melbourne CBD


Have a look at our smile gallery of photos that shows some of the beautiful smiles that we have worked on. We are committed to excellence & changing lives of our patients through smiles. Whether you’re in need of more advanced procedures such as “extreme Smile make-over,” Porcelain veneers, and bonding or you simply wish to correct a chipped tooth or create a whiter smiles, our practice provide personalized and cosmetic dentistry for every stage of your life. We have over 30 years of experience of providing gentle and quality General and Cosmetic Dentistry in Melbourne CBD, that you can count on.

We can Turn your dream of beautiful smile into reality.

Call us now for your FREE MINI COSMETIC CONSULT on 9629-7664




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Dental Bonding Melbourne | Improve Smiles With Tooth Bonding


Dental Bonding Melbourne | Improve Smiles With Tooth Bonding


Dental Bonding Melbourne | Improve Smiles With Tooth Bonding


Dental Bonding Melbourne | Improve Smiles With Tooth Bonding


Dental Bonding Melbourne | Improve Smiles With Tooth Bonding


Dental Bonding Melbourne | Improve Smiles With Tooth Bonding

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Disclaimer: The information on this website is for information purposes only. Is not a substitute for a proper professional care. Cosmetic Dentistry results will vary from patient to patient. Call our office and book for an actual in-person consultation for us to assess if you are a good candidate for a particular cosmetic Smile Makeover treatment. All of our Specials and packages posted on this site are subject to terms, conditions and availability



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Gappy Teeth Treatment in Melbourne with Porcelain Veneers

When you have gaps between your teeth, they can lead a fair share of self-consciousness where your smile is concerned. This is especially true if the tooth gap is prominent in your smile, or if the gap is the result of a missing tooth or teeth. A person may feel self-conscious about the tooth gap, leading to reluctance about smiling, laughing, and speaking, even around people whom the person has known for years.

Gappy Teeth Treatment in Melbourne with Porcelain Veneers

For those who are unhappy with the appearance of gapped teeth, treatment is available. Gapped teeth can be addressed with cosmetic dentistry with the application of several treatment options  for an enhanced smile and improved confidence. If you are self conscious about the appearance of gapped teeth, treatment may be right for you.

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The Causes of Gapped Teeth

Gaps between the teeth can have a genetic cause or develop over time as the result of certain habits. Some common causes of gapped teeth include:

  • Oversized labial frenum: The labial frenum is the tissue that connects the upper lip to the gums. Sometimes this tissue is oversized, extending between the front upper teeth. In some cases, this leads to a large gap between the two front teeth.
  • Undersized teeth: When the teeth are undersized, gaps may form between them.
  • Thumb sucking or pacifier use: Prolonged thumb sucking or using a pacifier use can change the bite, causing gaps between the teeth.
  • Tongue thrust: Tongue thrust is a disorder in which the tongue pushes into the upper front teeth when swallowing instead of the roof of the mouth. Over time, the pressure of the tongue pushing on the upper teeth can lead to the formation of gaps.
  • Tooth loss: Tooth loss can cause gaps in two ways. The first is the space left from the missing tooth itself. The second is that the remaining teeth may shift over time, causing gaps to develop between the teeth.

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What treatments are available for closing gaps in between teeth?

There are many treatments available to close gaps between the teeth and improve the smile’s appearance. The type of treatment depends on the needs of the individual.

  • The size of the gap or gaps separating your teeth
  • The extent to which these gaps are affecting your bite
  • Your cosmetic goals
  • Your budget
  • Frenectomy: A frenectomy is a minor surgical procedure used to reduce the size of the labial frenum. A frenectomy alone won’t close gaps between the teeth, which is why it is generally performed in combination with orthodontic treatment.
  • Porcelain veneers: Porcelain veneers are wafer thin, tooth-shaped shells used to correct a number of dental flaws. When used as instant orthodontics, porcelain veneers can quickly close gaps between the teeth.
  • Dental bonding: Dental bonding treatment can transform the smile and treat gapped teeth using a tooth-colored resin. This resin is directly applied and shaped on the teeth to close gaps and address other aesthetic dental issues.
  • Porcelain crowns: Porcelain crowns are custom-made, tooth-shaped restorations. Porcelain crowns fit completely over the teeth to transform their size and shape the teeth and close gaps.
  • Invisalign®: Invisalign® is a discreet orthodontic treatment that uses a series of clear trays to gradually reposition the teeth and eliminate gaps.
  • Traditional orthodontics: Traditional orthodontics are highly effective at closing gaps of any size while also correcting mild to severe alignment issues.
  • Dental implants: Dental implants offer a permanent solution to replace missing teeth. Dental implants may be used to replace one or more missing teeth when paired with dental crowns, bridges, or dentures.

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Porcelain Veneers for Gappy Teeth Treatment 

Porcelain veneers are an effective, simple way to address cosmetic flaws on the surface of the teeth as well as gaps between the teeth. Veneers (Lumineers, No-Prep, and Davinci) are thin covers that are custom made to fit each patient’s teeth and fit comfortably on the outer surface. Porcelain veneers are quite versatile and are also used in cosmetic dentistry procedures to address chips, cracks, major stains, general tooth discoloration, asymmetries, and minor misalignments. This is a minimally-invasive procedure that offers quick, longer-lasting results to anyone looking to restore their smile and confidence. We invite our patients to schedule a consult with our dentists to discuss their options and goals.

Gappy Teeth Treatment in Melbourne with Porcelain Veneers


What to expect with Porcelain Veneers in Closing Gaps in between teeth?

What to Expect

To begin the process of making the veneers, our dentist must make room for the veneer by removing a thin layer of enamel from each tooth that will be covered. Once the teeth have been prepared, our dentist makes  impression of the teeth, which will be used to create the custom veneers in a dental laboratory. A temporary veneer will be used to cover the teeth until the porcelain veneers are returned to the dentist’s office. The custom veneers will be attached to the front of the teeth with a special resin bonding agent cement. Our dentist will adjust the veneers as needed to give you a comfortable fit.

Treatment Aftercare

A follow-up appointment is usually scheduled for about a week after the veneers are placed to make sure the bond is secure and the fit is still comfortable. Porcelain veneers are more resistant to staining than your natural enamel, but to keep the veneers in their best condition, it is advised to avoid staining foods and drinks, like coffee, soda, tea, and red wine. Patients should continue to follow a good home oral care routine, including brushing their teeth with a non-abrasive toothpaste, flossing, and visiting our dentist for professional cleanings and dental exams. With good care, porcelain veneers can last up to 20 years.

Which Treatment Is Right for You?

If you are unhappy with the appearance of gapped teeth, treatment with Porcelain Veneer for gapped teeth may be right for you. To learn more about your treatment options, schedule a consultation at your earliest convenience.

Gappy Teeth Treatment in Melbourne with Porcelain Veneers


Gappy Teeth Treatment in Melbourne with Porcelain Veneers Before and After

Gappy Teeth Treatment in Melbourne with Porcelain Veneers

Gappy Teeth Treatment in Melbourne with Porcelain Veneers

Gappy Teeth Treatment in Melbourne with Porcelain Veneers

Gappy Teeth Treatment in Melbourne with Porcelain Veneers

Gappy Teeth Treatment in Melbourne with Porcelain Veneers

Gappy Teeth Treatment in Melbourne with Porcelain Veneers

Gappy Teeth Treatment in Melbourne with Porcelain Veneers

Gappy Teeth Treatment in Melbourne with Porcelain Veneers

Gappy Teeth Treatment in Melbourne with Porcelain Veneers

Gappy Teeth Treatment in Melbourne with Porcelain Veneers

Gappy Teeth Treatment in Melbourne with Porcelain Veneers




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Feeling self-conscious and insecure with your smile? Looking for the Best Cosmetic Dentist in Melbourne for Smile Makeovers with Dental VeneersVOGUE SMILES MELBOURNE Dentist have the passion, expertise and dedication to provide exceptional Cosmetic Dentistry treatment. Call 9629-7664 to book for your FREE mini cosmetic consult


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Fastest way to straighten teeth Without Braces in Melbourne

Unhappy with the appearance of your crooked teeth? In here, you will learn the cosmetic procedure called “Instant” Orthodontics as the fastest way to straighten teeth without Braces.


Fastest way to straighten teeth Without Braces in Melbourne

Everyone wants a perfect smile, but with braces, sometimes it can take a long time.  Due to recent developments in technology, orthodontists are now able to shape and align teeth in a shorter amount of time. It can take years to straighten teeth with braces, but now you can get the smile you want instantly!

Would you like to transform your crooked, uneven smile to a beautiful, straight smile in only 3 dental visits, and without braces?

Of course, you would. And now you can, with the application of instant orthodontics with Porcelain Veneer.


Fastest way to straighten teeth Without Braces in Melbourne


“Instant” Orthodontics to straighten teeth using Porcelain  Veneers

A procedure called instant orthodontics uses porcelain veneers and dental crowns to align misshapen or overlapping teeth for a perfectly natural-looking smile. So, what are veneers? Veneers are ceramic or porcelain shells that are cemented to the front portion of your teeth. They are matched to the color and shape of your original teeth so they look as natural as possible. By using veneers as instant orthodontics, dentists can also close gaps between teeth for a more beautiful smile.

Wearing braces can be painful and requires constant visits with an orthodontist over a period of months or years. However, instant orthodontics only requires a few appointments within one month. If you don’t like the look of your smile and you don’t want to wear noticeable braces, you might consider instant orthodontics.



Are you a candidate for “Instant” Orthodontics to straighten your teeth?

So how do you know if instant orthodontics is right for you? First, you must visit with your dentist for an initial consultation. In order to be a good candidate for this procedure, you must have a healthy jaw and bite. If you have a bite issue or gingivitis, your dentist might recommend another treatment first. However, if you have clean, healthy gums and a normal bite, instant orthodontics could be right for you. Instant orthodontics can treat patients with the following conditions:

  • Crooked teeth
  • Uneven teeth
  • Gaps between teeth
  • Overcrowding or overlapping teeth
  • Discoloration


Fastest way to straighten teeth Without Braces in Melbourne



The Instant Orthodontics Process in straightening teeth

Typically, instant orthodontic procedures take less than a month  from start to finish or from 2-4 appointments. After the initial consultation, your cosmetic dentist will set up an appointment to start the procedure. During the first part of the procedure, the dentist will buff down the teeth to make room for the porcelain veneers. They will then take a mold of the patient’s mouth and send it to a laboratory where customized veneers will be made. This could take a couple of weeks. In the meantime, the dentist will adhere temporary veneers to the buffed teeth.

After the permanent veneers are developed, they are fitted to the teeth. Veneers cannot be bleached or colored once they are bonded to the teeth. Once they are fitted, the veneers are bonded to the teeth with dental cement. The cement is hardened by the use of a light. Because veneers are small and must be placed with such delicacy, this process can take an hour or two.


Fastest way to straighten teeth Without Braces in Melbourne




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Porcelain Veneers Straighten Your Smile Instantly

Porcelain veneers are very thin shells of fired porcelain affixed to the front surfaces of the teeth. Veneers look and feel natural and allow us to change the length, width, color and shape of one or more teeth, restoring their natural attractiveness. Porcelain veneers resist staining and give you a white, bright straight smile that lasts a very long time.

Porcelain veneers are beautifully translucent and look so much like your natural teeth, everyone will notice your beautiful new smile, but no one will know exactly what you’ve done.

When instant orthodontics can change your smile instantly, why go through life with a crooked smile, or endure the discomfort of braces?


Feeling self-conscious and insecure with your smile? Wanting to straighten your crooked teeth the fast way and Looking for the Best Cosmetic Dentist in Melbourne for Smile Makeovers with Dental VeneersVOGUE SMILES MELBOURNE Dentist have the passion, expertise and dedication to provide exceptional Cosmetic Dentistry treatment. Call 9629-7664 to book for your FREE mini cosmetic consult


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Cosmetic Dentistry

How to Find a Cosmetic Dentist in Melbourne

Self-conscious smiles are becoming a thing of the past as more and more people opt to have tooth imperfections corrected through cosmetic dentistry. Many people are choosing to have private dental treatments such as porcelain veneers, tooth whitening or even orthodontic braces to eradicate problems such as crooked smiles and stained teeth.

While many people envy the smiles of celebrities such as Katie Price, Tom Cruise and Miley Cyrus opting for cosmetic dental treatments to achieve a celebrity-style smile should not be taken lightly. Prospective patients must carry out careful research to ensure the dentist they choose is qualified and capable of carrying out the work they desire at a price they can afford.


Tips in Looking for the Best Cosmetic Dentist in Melbourne?


In Australia, there is no specific postgraduate qualification for practitioners wishing to carry out cosmetic dental work. This means that any qualified dentist can claim to offer expert cosmetic dentistry, so the quality of work and care can vary. Finding an appropriately skilled cosmetic dentist is essential to ensure treatments are beautiful, natural-looking, and successful in the long term.”

Prospective patients can do their own research to help find the right dental practitioner for their needs. Hints and tips to find the right dentist include:

Ask to see their portfolio. A reputable dentist should be able to provide examples of their previous work.


Tips in Looking for the Best Cosmetic Dentist in Melbourne


Ask for testimonials. If a dentist has satisfied customers, he may be able to put prospective patients in touch with them to discuss their experience.

Ask about the cost – and check what aftercare is included, a problem not covered by the initial fee could make treatment very expensive.

Ask about the procedure, patients should be sure they fully understand what their selected treatment entails and how it will affect them.

What are the risks that are associated with the procedure?

What are the alternative treatments?


Research Cosmetic Dentist

Anyone planning a costly tooth treatment should shop around, research dental care providers thoroughly and make sure they are completely happy before handing over any money or agreeing to any treatment. Dental treatments can be invasive and have an impact on the patient’s life, so should not be entered into lightly.





Why Choose Vogue Smiles Melbourne for your Cosmetic Dentistry treatment?



With three Decades of Experience, you can Count on. Cosmetic Expert, you should consider for your Smile transformation.

With new dental technology, you can often have veneers without removing existing tooth structure

Treatment can often be carried out without painful injections

We offer very competitive prices to make sure you get the best value for your money.* Check our Dental Veneers Specials  and packages

You can feel confident you’re getting the very best veneers treatment and care from our highly skilled cosmetic dental experts

Dental veneers come with 3 years Limited warranty- conditions apply*

We’re happy to have boosted the confidence of hundreds of patients like you over 3 decades

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Feeling insecure with your smiles?  Call Vogue Smiles Melbourne 9629-7664, for all your Cosmetic Dentistry treatment in Melbourne