Cosmetic Dentistry

To achieve the perfect smile, sometimes one needs to do some work to improve the appearance of teeth and gums.

Teeth Whitening

White and glossy teeth make a big difference to your smile and confidence. A healthy smile also conveys a general sense of well-being and happiness to the people around you!

We offer 2 types of Teeth Whitening: In-clinic and Take-home whitening.

It is important to note that although whitening can sometimes cause short-term sensitivity on your teeth, it does NOT harm your teeth or wear away your tooth enamel.

In-Clinic Whitening

This is a chairside procedure that typically takes 1 to 1.5 hours. It has been shown to whiten teeth by 4 to 9 shades on an average.

Before the procedure, the dentist does a professional cleaning of your teeth. A whitening gel is then applied to your teeth and it is activated by a laser light.

At the end of the session, you can go back with a brighter and healthier looking smile!

Take-Home Whitening Kit

You will be provided with customised whitening trays and a set of whitening gels. A set of instructions on how to use this kit will be given to you.

You can either use the kit for 1 to 2 hours in the day or overnight when you sleep. The whole process is convenient and takes about 4 to 7 days.


Veneers can be used to great effect to improve the appearance of your smile, especially in cases of heavily discoloured or chipped teeth.

It is a permanent treatment that involves cementing a thin outer shell of ceramic onto your teeth to give you a beautiful, natural-looking and youthful smile.

The process typically involves 2 or more visits. The procedure is fairly quick and painless.


Bonding is a treatment similar to veneers, except the material used is a high-end resin composite and the procedure takes only a single visit.

It is used to improve the appearance of your teeth and your smile, to change the shape of your teeth and to close small gaps between your teeth.

Gum Contouring

The appearance of your smile depends on not just your teeth but your gums too! Gum contouring is useful in patients with a ‘gummy smile’ or an uneven gum line. It is a cosmetic procedure done under local anaesthesia.