A beautiful dazzling smile makes a great first impression. If, however, you have teeth that are crooked, chipped, tarnished, or missing, you may refrain from smiling. With our array of cosmetic dentistry solutions, however, you can get a refreshed smile.
Crowns and Bridges – If your teeth have been damaged, crowns and bridges can help to restore your smile.
Dental Implants – Are you missing one or more teeth? With dental implants, you can get a natural-looking smile that can last a lifetime.
Smile Makeovers – You can combine several different cosmetic services to get the smile you’ve always wanted.
Teeth Whitening (in-chair and take-home) – One of the easiest ways to makeover your smile is with teeth whitening. With our effective teeth whitening options, you’ll achieve a sparkling smile easily.
Veneers – Do you have various tooth imperfections that you’d like to hide? Consider veneers, also referred to as “shells,” that can restore your smile beautifully.
Your Consultation With Our Dentists
If you’re not sure about which services would be ideal for you, Our team will meet with you to discuss your smile goals. Then, we’ll give you our best recommendations to achieve them. It’s our experience that a combination of solutions is often best. We’ll review all of the options with you so that you can decide how you’d like to move forward.
Insurance and Payment Information
At Berwick DCAS, getting the cosmetic services you want is easy. We accept all health funds and are a preferred provider with HCF. With a HICAPS machine located on-site, you can claim your rebate on the spot. No dental cover? No problem! We offer dental financing and can discuss how you can make convenient payments through National Dental Plan, which involves 0% interest.
Take That First Step Today
If you’re ready to upgrade your smile, contact our friendly team today! We’ll book you in for a consultation. We offer late appointments and Saturday visits so you can get the dental care you need and want.
* Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.