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Getting A Total Smile Makeover in Singapore

A total smile makeover involves a combination of cosmetic dentistry treatments that can transform your professional and social life by making your dream smile a reality and boosting your self-confidence.

Putting an end to the embarrassment of unsightly teeth will also restore full oral health and function.

Our facial appearance can become spoiled as time takes its toll on our teeth, and a total smile makeover by your dentist in Singapore can provide a less costly, highly effective alternative to plastic surgery procedures such as facelifts.

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Why You May Need a Full Smile Makeover

Complete smile revamps are designed to fix a wide variety of issues that may be spoiling your looks, such as:

  • Gaps caused by missing teeth.
  • Damaged teeth.
  • Stained or otherwise discoloured teeth.
  • Misshapen teeth.
  • Gapped teeth.
  • Crowded teeth.

Smile Makeover Treatments

Dentistry has advanced from simply repairing damaged teeth to embrace an extensive range of aesthetic procedures, including:
 

Total Smile Makeover Solutions Available in Singapore

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Teeth Whitening

Teeth tend to become stained through factors such as the aging process, consuming dark-coloured foods and drinks, and in some cases inadequate oral hygiene.

Professional teeth whitening as part of a total smile makeover is much faster and far more effective than over-the-counter whitening products and bleaching kits.

Cosmetic dentists use materials with more powerful bleaching properties, and your treatment is monitored during each stage of the whitening process to protect your mouth.

Teeth whitening by your dentist can lighten staining of both dentin and enamel to create significant results. This also gives you a strong incentive to maintain a good routine of oral hygiene to keep your smile sparkling.

The ideal candidate for dental veneers in Singapore

Dental Veneers

The cosmetic dental treatment of choice for many celebrities, veneers are tooth-coloured, custom-made, wafer-thin shells that are bonded onto the front of teeth to match the shape and colour of surrounding teeth.

Veneers are used to:

  • Conceal stains, chips and cracks.
  • Resize or recontour teeth.
  • Make teeth appear straighter.
  • Fix minor teeth crowding.
  • Close gaps between teeth.

As well as giving you a Hollywood smile, veneers will also protect your teeth from further damage, and they are often combined with other cosmetic dental treatments to create a total smile makeover.

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Dental Implants

If you’ve lost one or more teeth, dental implants can play a crucial role in your total smile makeover, with many advantages over other tooth replacement methods.

Dental implants function, look and feel like natural teeth, and are unique in dentistry in promoting jaw bone growth to maintain facial structure.

The implants are small titanium posts that are surgically inserted into the sockets of missing teeth. They fuse with jaw bone to form an artificial tooth root to support replacement teeth.

Implants can be used instead bridges or dentures, or as the anchor for a dental plate. Because they become part of your jaw, dental implants provide a permanent solution to tooth loss.

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Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are caps that are attached to the remaining part of damaged teeth to enhance both appearance and functionality.

Crowns are customised to match the colour, shape and size of adjacent teeth, and are often used in a complete smile makeover to improve the appearance of front teeth.

Applications of crowns include:

  • Lengthening or widening teeth.
  • Covering a dental implant.
  • Enhancing the appearance of an old filling.

Like veneers, ceramic crowns look natural because they reflect light in the same way as tooth enamel.

happy man with dental bridge

Dental Bridges

Dental bridges improve your smile by replacing missing teeth to restore the natural shape of your face. Also known as fixed partial dentures, bridges can replace one or more missing teeth. They consist of artificial teeth fused to a frame, and they help to preserve the shape of the face and ease the stress on the bite function.

The bridge is secured by implants or teeth on either side of the gap, while the middle section replaces the lost tooth.

Just one missing tooth can create a visible gap in your smile, and a bridge fills this void with a natural-looking synthetic tooth.

asian lady smiling with Invisalign clear aligner

Invisalign Aligners

Invisalign clear plastic aligners provide a hi-tech alternative to traditional braces for straightening teeth, and they are the most popular removable orthodontic appliance.

As part of a total smile makeover, Invisalign provides a high level of convenience and comfort, and the aligners are practically invisible.

The removability of Invisalign appliances also means they are better for your oral health than fixed braces, which can make effective brushing and flossing difficult.

Invisalign aligners are made from medical-grade polyurethane resin and can move teeth vertically and horizontally and even rotate them. Not all teeth are moved at the same time, which provides greater control than regular braces.

Asian lady showing off her braces in Singapore

Braces Treatment

Braces treatment is one of the most commonly used forms of aesthetic treatment that used to correct crooked or misaligned teeth. Unlike Invisalign treatment, braces is highly effective at correcting complex cases of malocclusion (severely crooked or misaligned teeth and/or jaw).

Benefits of a Total Smile Makeover

A total smile makeover can improve your quality of life by restoring your self-regard with a healthy smile you can show off with confidence. A combination of art and science, modern cosmetic dentistry uses innovative technology to optimise treatment, and these state-of-the-art procedures are now appealing to an increasing number of people in Singapore who want to feel better about how they look.

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Total Smile Makeover Costs in Singapore

The cost of a total smile makeover in Singapore depends on the number and complexity of the different treatments you need to get the smile of your dreams. For instance, teeth whitening costs far less than a full set of dental implants.

Depending on your needs and requirements, our dentists will provide a detailed treatment plan to address all of your concerns. Based on this customised treatment plan, you’ll receive a detailed breakdown of the entire treatment.

Smile Makeover in Singapore

What To Expect With A Smile Makeover?

Depending on your needs and requirements, the entire smile makeover journey may comprise of different components and treatment options spanning anywhere from 1 session with teeth whitening, 2 to 3 weeks with dental veneers or up to 2 years for orthodontic treatments such as braces or Invisalign.

The main goal of a full smile remodel is to improve appearance but it also ensures the health and functionality of your teeth as an aid to clear speech and allowing you to enjoy the foods you like.

If you think a total smile makeover could benefit you, contact us to find out more about the broad range of aesthetic procedures we offer.

Perfect Smile in Singapore

Am I Suitable For A Smile Makeover?

 Generally, patients looking to get a smile makeover should be in good overall health with a healthy set of gums and teeth.

Patients who are currently suffering from active gum disease, tooth decay or have poor oral hygiene are not suitable for a smile makeover.

Patients who have existing oral health issues must address these issues through a thorough disease-control phase before starting on any smile makeover treatment.

Patients must also have good oral hygiene prior to starting any smile makeover treatment, as good oral health is the foundation to the long-term success of any dental treatment.

The ideal smile makeover patient is someone who has been wishing for a better smile but still has a reasonably healthy teeth and gums. 

So, What’s Next?

Got more questions about getting started on your smile makeover? Feel free to contact us to speak to our patient support team or one of our highly experienced dentists.

We’ll address any and all questions that you may have. Alternatively, you can read more about Invisalign, braces, dental implants, dental crowns, dental bridges, dental veneers and teeth whitening treatment on our dedicated services pages.

At the end of the day, we believe that the right dentist for you is the one who will lay out all your treatment options on the table, allowing you to make informed decisions while ensuring that your entire treatment process is as enjoyable, comfortable and hassle-free as possible. Good communication between you and your dentist is the best way to ensure a smooth and successful treatment.

In addition, please only proceed with any smile makeover treatment if you are fully comfortable with the treatment plan proposed by your provider.

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