Cosmetic Dentistry

Improving Your Smile

Cosmetic dentistry has many different meanings. "Hollywood" smile, "white" teeth, and other catchy phrases are just some of the terms used to describe patients' desire to improve their smile.

With the help of cosmetic dentistry, you can enhance your smile and have teeth you're proud of. Avenue Dental offers several cosmetic dentistry options at our Winnipeg dental clinic that can drastically brighten and improve the look of your smile.

Professional Teeth Whitening, Veneers, Bonding, Clear Connect Teeth Aligners, Orthodontic Treatment and Implants.

Many of the results can be achieved by simple bleaching procedures, direct or indirect veneers, bondings and even small restorations, whereas some require full mouth rehabilitation, including Clear Correct or orthodontics, implants and other modalities, which is much more involved both in time and number of procedures.

In many cases, wear of teeth is considerable and only properly reconstructing of the dentition will give optimal function and naturally, much better aesthetics. Due to the nature of topic, "one size fits all" approach is virtually impossible for any patient, thus it is pertinent to discuss any of your wants and wishes with our team members so we can customize the treatment plan to meet your requests.


Restorations commonly known as fillings are one of the most common procedures that patients undergo at the clinic. When a patient comes for a filing appointment, there typically two reasons for it; one being cosmetic and the other being restorative. When a patient has a cavity, they require a restorative filling. A patient that has a discoloration or other aesthetic concern, a cosmetic type of restoration can be provided.

Cavities unfortunately happen. When a cavity forms in a tooth, proper action needs to take place promptly. During the appointment, the damaged tooth structure is removed and replaced with a filling materials. There are many different types of materials, however they fall into two categories, metal and non-metal. Metal or amalgam fillings are also called silver fillings. Non-metal fillings are also composed of different types. One of the most common and most aesthetic is the composite type of restoration. Apart from the aesthetics and the type of material, there are many differences and indications for each that can be discussed with the doctor at the filling appointment.

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