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Cosmetic dentistry options – how to achieve the smile you want

Free Seminar: Wednesday August 30th at 6pm

When it comes to our teeth, most of us want good dental health and a beautiful smile, whatever that means to you. For some, it’s a perfectly white Hollywood smile, while for others it’s more ‘natural’ – we’re all different.

If you’re considering cosmetic dentistry because you aren’t quite happy with your smile, it can be difficult to make a decision about which treatment option is right for you when you know so little about the subject – unless you’re a dentist, of course!

Are you wanting a smile makeover? In our seminar we discuss the cosmetic dentistry options that are available to patients.That’s why we’re putting on a free information evening and Q&A session at Today’s Dentistry on Brisbane’s northside.

At this seminar, we’ll talk about cosmetic dental options – including the latest technology and techniques – that are now available for addressing aesthetic concerns like crooked, stained, misshapen, chipped, broken or missing teeth.

And for those of you who’ve always wanted a complete overhaul with a smile makeover, we’ll cover that topic, too.


When 6pm, Wednesday 30th August, 2017
Places available 25 people
RSVP Call 3263 2677 to hold your spot
Light supper and refreshments will be served.

Who can come along to this seminar?

Our Today’s Dentistry doors are open to anyone – you don’t have to be a patient at our practice to attend this seminar. Even if you don’t live on our side of town, we’d love to see you. Why not make an evening of it and bring someone in your family or a friend and enjoy the light supper and refreshments we’ll be serving.

What will the evening involve?

Our free seminar is a relaxed, informal way for you to gain background knowledge about cosmetic dentistry options. Education leads to more control over your decisions, and means you’re not overwhelmed by all the choices and information out there.

There are various cosmetic dentistry options that we will discuss in our seminar

Our presentation will cover the cosmetic dental treatments that we offer, as well as some of the restorative treatments that not only have functional outcomes but also improve your smile.

There are no expectations and no obligations (you don’t need to sign up for anything). Our dentists and Today’s Dentistry team will be on hand to help you understand what’s involved with each of the options and answer your questions.

This evening will include:

Presentation by our dentists

Dr David Kerr and Dr Darryl Marsh will begin with a rundown of each of these treatment options:

There are a number of cosmetic dentistry options, one example is invisalign

We will give a rundown of the various cosmetic dentistry options available to patients, such as Invisalign

Cosmetic dental treatments

Restorative and cosmetic dental treatments

While dentistry has developed so much in recent years, our dentists won’t use ‘dental jargon’. Instead, they’ll talk to you in plain, everyday language to help you:

  • Understand the pros and cons of all the options available, the time involved, what the result will look like, how it will it feel, the lifespan of the treatment and the maintenance involved
  • Make an informed decision about which treatment will work best for you
  • Figure out if it will fit within your budget

Q&A session

Dental patients are often too polite to tell their dentist “I didn’t understand!”. This can result in them making decisions without understanding the consequences of their decisions.

So after the presentation, we want you to ask questions – lots of them! You should never feel rushed and pressured to make a decision, so take this time to ask any questions you may have.

Today’s Dentistry tour

While you’re at the practice, our team will show you around our treatment rooms, sterilisation area and high-tech dental machines, including our digital X-ray, CEREC reconstructive system and intraoral cameras.

About Today’s Dentistry

Dr David Kerr and Darryl Marsh discuss the cosmetic dentistry options

Dr David Kerr and Dr Darryl Marsh look forward to seeing you at the cosmetic dentistry options seminar

For nearly three decades, Today’s Dentistry has been caring for people from our local northside area and all over Brisbane. Our approach is to offer individualised care to all our patients that’s free from pain, judgement and guilt.

About our dentists

Dr Darryl Marsh and Dr David Kerr are the managing partner dentists at Today’s Dentistry. They’re dedicated to helping patients have the level of dental health and the smile that they want.

They have the training, knowledge and almost 30 years of experience to provide you with the best treatment options or make the appropriate referrals.

Interested in coming along?

To save your seat (limited to 25), call 07 3263 2677 now and Monica or Bronwyn can put your name on the list.

Dr Marsh and Dr Kerr are also available to talk this over more with you during a consultation. Cosmetic dentistry is an investment, so make sure you find a dentist you’re comfortable with and know exactly what you want.

 

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