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Discoloured teeth can significantly impact your smile and confidence, leading many to seek effective solutions for a brighter, healthier-looking smile. From the natural effects of ageing to the staining influences of our daily diet, teeth discolouration is a common concern that can detract from the aesthetic appeal of one's smile. Fortunately, advancements in dental care have introduced several effective treatments aimed at combating discolouration. These include teeth whitening procedures, which offer a quick and popular method to lighten teeth; veneers, which provide a durable and aesthetically pleasing cover for the front of the teeth; and crowns, designed to encapsulate and protect damaged or weak teeth while matching the natural colour of your surrounding teeth.

Discoloured teeth


Teeth whitening is a cosmetic procedure that is used to lighten the colour of teeth. It is a popular procedure that is recommended by dentists to improve the appearance of teeth and restore a more youthful and vibrant smile. Teeth naturally become stained due to ageing and various foods and drinks we consume daily. While regular dental visits, including scaling and polishing, as well as dental hygiene visits, can combat the ageing of our teeth, it is sometimes not enough.


A dental veneer is a thin layer of porcelain that is designed to fit over the front of a tooth and is cemented to your natural tooth by a dental professional. The main goal is to improve the appearance and may be done with very little preparation of your original teeth. Veneers can be used to correct damaged, discoloured, or crowded teeth. They are capable of achieving good aesthetic outcomes since there is no dark line above the tooth (as sometimes seen with metal-based crowns), and they can look like natural teeth.


A crown is a "cover" made of metal or porcelain, or a combination of these materials, that goes over a damaged or weak tooth. Metal crowns are strong and durable and are often used for back teeth. Porcelain crowns can be matched to the natural colour of the other teeth, making them a good option for front teeth. The purpose of a crown is often to restore damaged teeth, and covers the entire visible portion of a tooth, restoring its shape, size, strength, and appearance.

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