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Suite 10A, Level 6, Premion Place,
39 White Street,
Southport QLD 4215
(Corner of High & Queen Streets)

TEL (07) 5591 6949

Our Services
 
Zirconia Crowns

Zirconia Crowns are dental crowns that are produced by crafting a ceramic tooth around a zirconia frame that has been made with a computer technology. Crowns produced with this state of the art technology are translucent, allowing light to penetrate in a similar manner to real teeth, so they offer a lustrous, natural appearance. Zirconia crowns are particularly suited to patients with metal allergies.

Zirconia Frame

Zirconia Bridge Crown


Zirconia Implant Frame

Zirconia Crown on Frame


 

Porcelain-Fused to Metal Crown

In porcelain-fused to metal (PFM) crown, a ceramic tooth is crafted over a metal frame. Strong and secure, they have been a popular method of dental restoration for many years. Cosmetically as well, today's PFM crowns offer a very natural appearance.

High-Carat Gold Frame

PFM Crown


 

Porcelain Veneer

Porcelain veneer is a restorative technique in which a thing layer of ceramic (porcelain) is bonded onto the surface of the tooth. This technique is predominatly used for cosmetic purposes.

Porcelain Veneer



 

Implant Restoration

Dental implants are a restorative technique in which an artificial tooth is implanted in the gum to replace a lost tooth. A titanium screw is embedded directly into the jawbone and a ceramic crown is secured to its top. Patients may choose from zirconia or porcelain-fused to metal crowns.

Implant Zirconia Titanium Abutments

Implant Zirconia and Zirconia Frame

Implant Zirconia Crown

Implant Gold Frame

Implant PFM Crown


 

Gold Crowns

Our gold crowns are made with high-carat gold and are perfect in every way, including conformity and shape.

High Carat Gold Crown

 Shade Taking

When crafting dental crowns and veneers, our dental ceramists meet with the patient to examine their teeth directly and discuss with them the colour and shape that they hope to achieve from the treatment. We also take photographs of the patient's mouth to assist us in matching as precisely as possible the colour and shape of neighbouring teeth to achieve the best result

Before

Shade Taking with Shade Guide

After

 

Internal Structure Design

Shade taking and photgraphs of the patients' own teeth are the essential tools of the dental ceramist.
Many Different colours of porcelain powder are blended together carefully to create an intricate picture. The design of vital, natural looking ceramics requires the experience and intuition of the highly skilled ceramist.

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