|Tweed Heads Dentists|
Dr. Paul Smith
07 5536 1184
The most important decision you have to make is choosing the right Cosmetic Dentist.
Why choose an LVI trained cosmetic dentist?
Here in Australia it is very important to be aware that Cosmetic Dentistry is not a specialty.
Any dentist can call themselves a Cosmetic Dentist, even when they haven't had specific training in cosmetic dentistry.
Every Cosmetic Dentist on this web site IS an expert in Cosmetic Dentistry.
All have completed advanced training at the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies, a world renowned post graduate school for advanced dental education based in the United States.
These LVI cosmetic dentists are among the best, most experienced dentists found anywhere in the world.
From over 10,000 dentists throughout Australia and New Zealand - there are fewer than 150 LVI trained dentists.
Cosmetic Dentistry is all about making people look and feel good about themselves and improving their self confidence.
Teeth that are discolored, worn, crooked, chipped, spaced, overlapped or old dentistry that is obviously not "real", can all add up to create a smile that just doesn't reflect the way the person feels on the inside.
With today’s technology, materials and a highly trained teams of dentists and ceramists we are able to provide you with a beautiful natural smile which will probably be beyond your wildest expectations.
When selecting a cosmetic dentist ask about his/ her credentials. Most have web sites these days where you can find out where and when they graduated, how many additional courses or training they have undertaken since their graduation.
A good cosmetic dentist should be proud to show off their work and be willing to show a photo album of “before and after” pictures of actual patients smiles that they have completed.
Are the smile pictures hanging on the surgery walls pictures of happy patients or paid for generic photos?
To find out more information and locate the closest LVI cosmetic dentist to your location, go to the home page and enter your postcode or suburb in the search box above the map.