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Cosmetic Dentistry

A subtle change in your smile can make a remarkable difference in your appearance. There is no doubt that a beautiful smile contributes towards improving your self-confidence.

Whether your teeth suffer from breakage, decay or imperfect development, or you are not happy with what you see, we can assist you with cosmetic dentistry that can transform your smile into one which you will love.

Our goal is to ensure your teeth look naturally beautiful, so that you can smile with confidence. This can be provided with the availability of numerous modern dental techniques, our practice offer, either individually or in combination.

These include:

  • Ceramic Crowns,
  • Porcelain Crowns and Zirconia Crowns
  • Veneers and Bridges
  • Implants & Orthodontics



Since 2005, the world’s most advanced dental technology for fabricating porcelain crowns, bridges, veneers and in-lays & over-lays has been available at our practice. We are able to provide these latest high-tech restorations with utmost confidence to our patients by successfully fitting thousands over the years.

This exceptional, state-of- the-art technology assists our dentists in restoring damaged teeth using tooth coloured ceramic crowns, bridges, inlays/onlays or veneers, This can be accomplished in a single visit, which minimises the time spent at the dentist.

How does Cerec 3D CAD/CAM work?

CEREC 3D CAD/CAM, known as Computer-Aided Design/Computer Aided Manufacturing, a technology that uses a three dimensional, computer and milling machine combined to form one unit. These optical impressions are then transferred to and displayed on a colour computer screen, where the dentist then uses the CAD technology to design the restoration.

At this stage CAM takes over, fabricating a crown, bridge, inlay or veneer while you wait. Finally, the dentist bonds the new restoration to the surface of the prepared tooth. This entire process takes approximately 60-90 minutes.

Advantages of Using CEREC 3D CAD/CAM:

  • CEREC crowns can be made and fitted in a single visit, which saves you time in patient visits.
  • There is no need for multiple injections, impressions or a temporary crown. 
  • CEREC crowns, inlays/onlays / bridges are metal-free, natural looking and extremely durable.


Cosmetic Dentistry

A dental bridge is used to fill in an area left by one or more missing teeth and is made up of two or more units. Crowns are used to anchor a pontic (“dummy” tooth/teeth) on either side. A bridge is often the alternative to an implant and is used particularly as the treatment of choice for unsuitable implant candidates.

If you are a possible dental bridge candidate, good oral hygiene is essential, especially in the area below the pontic.

Porcelain Veneers

Cosmetic Dentistry

Porcelain veneers are thin, semi-translucent shells or coverings that are custom-made to fit precisely over an existing tooth. These are permanently bonded to the front of your teeth, which means they are both strong and durable.

Dental Crowns

Cosmetic Dentistry

A dental crown is a restoration, generally made of porcelain or Zirconia, which covers the entire surface of the tooth on which it is cemented. A crown can be placed for a variety of reasons, such as: either to rebuild broken or decayed teeth, restoring them to their original size and shape; to strengthen teeth; or to improve the cosmetic appearance of your teeth.


Cosmetic Dentistry

Orthodontic treatment involves correcting mal-aligned teeth and jaws, i.e. malocclusion. This treatment can be done for aesthetic reasons (to straighten teeth and improve their general cosmetic appearance); or for practical reasons (to create an improved and better functioning bite).

Orthodontic treatments include fixed banding (braces), removable appliances, headgear, elastic bands and others. A comprehensive treatment of fixed braces on both jaws typically runs for a period of between 18 and 24 months with no age limitations. Braces are normally fitted on young teenagers, however an increasing number of adults have found that they benefit from orthodontic treatment. 

Dr Glassman has an impressive 30-year record of treating regular orthodontic cases.

Do you want to know more or need a consultation?