Cosmetic Dentist in Canberra Says They’re Ready as the Global Cosmetic Dentistry Market Is Projected to Grow Significantly in 2022 and Beyond

Acacia Dental Group, a dental practice in Phillip, ACT, Australia, is happy to announce that they are ready for the expected increase in patients seeking cosmetic dental treatments as this particular field of dentistry has been projected to grow at a CAGR of 2.2 percent for the period of 2020 to 2025. The industry has been predicted to grow from US$16.5 billion in 2019 to US$18 billion in 2025. The cosmetic dentist in Canberra explains that this is because cosmetic dentistry is concerned with enhancing the aesthetics of the teeth and this includes the colour, shape, position, size, and alignment of the teeth. All in all, the result of cosmetic dentistry treatment is the best possible smile for a particular patient.

Dr Sirisha Yalamanchili, who is part of the husband and wife team running the Acacia Dental Group, says, “No longer do you only go when we need a check-up or when you’re in pain. Many people visit the dentist to improve the appearance of their teeth, mouths and those all-important smiles. After all, not only does improving your smile make you look better, it can boost your self-confidence and make you feel better too. Cosmetic dentistry focuses on improving the aesthetics of your teeth, including the colour, position, shape, size and alignment. And, all of that goes towards giving you the best possible smile. What’s more, while not every type of cosmetic dentistry improves the functionality of your teeth, many of them do. Cosmetic dentistry is pretty advanced nowadays, with more durable and natural-looking treatments than ever before.”

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Acacia Dental Group offers several cosmetic dentistry procedures. These include: CEREC dental crowns; white dental fillings; inlays and onlays; crowns and bridges; teeth whitening; and dental veneers. CEREC technology has revolutionised the method used for tooth restorations. This is because a 3D digital scan of the tooth or teeth is taken using the CEREC machine. This allows the patient to actually see the images on the screen and fully comprehend the treatment to be provided. The CEREC machine will then produce the dental crown or whatever is required to restore the tooth or teeth. After this, all that the dentist will need to do is polish and then fit the restoration, providing the patient with a much improved smile. A key improvement that CEREC technology offers is its speed. The restoration is made available within the same day, while with the previous method, the patient would have to wait for weeks.

Another important cosmetic dental service provided is white dental fillings, which will be used to replace the conventional silver amalgam fillings. Amalgam fillings have the disadvantage of being very noticeable. At present, composite resin fillings have been developed that matches the colour of the tooth enamel, which means they will appear natural. In addition, composite fillings appear to be more stable and more durable. Furthermore, the mercury in the amalgam fillings have potential harmful effects. In the same way, porcelain is now being used for inlays and onlays rather than gold, which ensures that these are no longer as noticeable as before.

Established in 1989, Acacia Dental Group is a privately-owned dental practice that has been offering family dentistry services to Woden and neighboring areas for over 32 years. It is operated by husband and wife Dr Mallik Prasad Yalamanchili and Dr. Sirisha Yalamanchili who have set as their mission to offer the best possible dental care at a competitive price. Overall, their goal is to help their patients maintain the health of their teeth and gums. Dr. Mallik has 20+ years of dental experience and has been especially trained in dental implants, Invisalign, and orthodontic braces dentistry, and has the capability to provide a solution for all types of cases, including the most complicated ones.

When looking for the services of a cosmetic dentist Canberra residents can go to the Acacia Dental Group website, or contact them on the telephone or through email. They are open from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, from Monday to Friday, and from 8:00 am to 12:30 pm on Saturdays.


For more information about Acacia Dental Group, contact the company here:

Acacia Dental Group
Sirisha Yalamanchili
(02) 6281 2222
Suite 14, Level 2, Gadal Chambers, 48 Corinna St, Phillip ACT 2606