Kyah Simon plays as striker in Australian Women's National Team, the W-League, and in the American National Women's Soccer League. In 2011, Kyah became the first Indigenous Australian to score a goal in a FIFA World Cup. A role model in her own right, Kyah also runs soccer clinics where she teachers young players the skills, mentality, and resilience needed to succeed.
Narrow smile line
Slight adjustments to Kyah's smile allowed her smile to appear wider and fuller. Dr Dee worked to preserve the characteristics of her teeth, including the shape and translucency, while achieving Kyah's objectives.
An understated transformation, Dr Dee worked to preserve while achieving Kyah's objectives.
Kyah’s smile makeover was completed in 4 appointments after her video consultation as she lives interstate.
1st visit: Prep for porcelain veneers
2nd visit: Shade and Final Tooth Position
3rd visit: Try in and cement porcelain veneers
4th visit: Review, clean, removal of excess glue, impressions and lower whitening to match up the shade.
We had then mailed out her aftercare splint and lower bleach tray to continue maintaining the colour at home. Due to the travel restrictions of COVID-19, Kyah was advised to get her cleans done locally every 3-6 months until it is safe to travel again.
Vogue Dental Studios firmly believe in responsible aesthetics. Every cosmetic, medical or dental procedure has inherent risks and benefits. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.