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Vicky (Mosman Park) on
(08) 9385 2000.
Dr Adrian Kat Dr Vicky Ho
B.D.Sc. (UWA) B.D.Sc. (UWA)
Suzy is a happy client of Advanced Dental Artistry, NOT a stock
photography model. Results may vary from person to person.
In the early 1980's many Hollywood
celebrities were among the first to
use Porcelain Veneers to create their
Porcelain is used to sculpt a cover,
which is bonded onto the tooth enamel
to improve the color, shape and
alignment of teeth. Porcelain is very
strong and stain resistant! It has
the same translucent polychromatic
shade quality as natural tooth enamel
and can give your smile a HEALTHY,
The only preparation your dentist
performs, is a slight reduction of the
existing surface enamel (about ½ mm,
which is about the thickness of a
contact lens!). Veneers can be used
to re-space and re-align your teeth,
and to straighten or close spaces
The end result can TAKE YEARS OFF
YOUR FACE! And we can help -- often
in as few as ONE OR TWO VISITS!
Why choose Advanced Dental
Artistry? Because the ADA team:
has been specially trained in schools
renowned for cosmetic dentistry;
continually teams up with the best
laboratories in the world, to stay
in touch with the latest dental
techniques and materials available;
is committed to delivering
excellence, every time;
can show you the results of similar
treatments or situations, to the
ones you may require;
will explain all of the options
available to you, so that you can
make an informed decision;
will show you a mock up of
smile before your treatment begins;
and last but not least --
can do your smile makeover while
you are sedated so that you have
an ANXIETY- AND PAIN-FREE
You'd be amazed at the
number of people who avoid
smiling, or try to hide their
smile. They know their smile
isn't "working" for them and
simply do not feel their best.
If you are suffering from
chipped, cracked, gapped,
worn-down, yellow, crooked,
or missing teeth, cosmetic
dentistry may be the answer.
WALK THE WALK, TALK THE TALK
-- a guide to golfing slang.
Aiming juice: Alcoholic refreshments.
Adolf Hitler: Two shots in a bunker.
Army golf: Inconsistent shots, "left-right, left-right".
Backdoor: The part of the cup opposite the ball on the green. To
reach, a putt must curl around most of the hole before dropping in.
Dance floor: The green.
Drive for show, putt for dough: Booming drives might be
spectacular but it s the putts that bring in the big bucks.
Fried egg: A ball that s buried in sand, with a ring around it
created on impact.
Gimme: A conceded putt. Shortened from the phrase "give it to me".
Grip it and rip it: Taking a shot without a practice swing.
Hacker: A shocking golfer.
Hit it fat: To hit the ground behind the ball first so the shot has no
spin and doesn t go the desired distance.
Jail: The ball is hit into an area nearly impossible to hit out of; deep
rough, trees, etc.
Make the turn: Going from playing the front nine holes to the
Moving day: The third day of a four-day tournament when
players set themselves up for the final crack at the title the next day.
Mulligan: A "free" shot (ie your drive goes straight into a water
hazard and you declare it a "mulligan" and have another drive
without taking a penalty). Never legal in competitive play.
Rainmaker: A ball hit very high.
Short grass: The fairway.
Snowman: Eight on a hole.
The back: The final nine holes on a golf course.
Top it: To strike the top half of the ball with the bottom edge
of an iron.
Up and down: To recover after a bad shot(s) and make par
on a hole.
Worm burner: A low shot that buzzes along just centimetres from
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