Australia’s First Dentist to be Awarded a Master’s Degree in Aesthetic Dentistry
You may be surprised to learn that any dentist can call themselves a 'cosmetic dentist', when in fact no such qualification actually exists!
Many people don't realise the important distinction between a general dentist who offers occasional cosmetic work, with a practitioner whose professional focus is dedicated to ‘cosmetic’ or ‘aesthetic’ dentistry. Whilst most ‘general’ dentists will complete some cosmetic work on the odd occasion, it is important to consider the following:
A true cosmetic or aesthetic dentist is an experienced artist, who combines art with science, and a knowledge of not only aesthetics but also functional principles governing the mouth and surrounding structures. The final result is a smile that is breathtaking, meets the patient's specific wishes, and provides long-term health and functionality.
Dr Yvonne King is the first dentist in Australia to hold a Masters of Science in Aesthetic Dentistry. The contrast between a 'cosmetic dentist' and a true 'aesthetic dentist' may be considerable.
Knowing the Difference: What is an Aesthetic Dentist?
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