Creating your confident smile!
Smile makeovers can do wonders for the way you look and feel. You’re more confident, more ready to smile, and far more motivated to look after your oral health.
We offer you the latest dental techniques, using up-to-date technologies that are safe, fast and effective.
Tooth whitening is a simple, effective way to get a brighter, whiter smile – without removing any of the tooth’s surface.
In-surgery power whitening is fast, taking less than an hour to dramatically brighten your teeth to their natural shade. Light-activated gel safely bleaches away the build-up of stains from everyday living – food and drink such as red wine, tea and coffee, smoking and even some medications can all cause discolouration.
Home whitening treatment is effective and safe, and we can provide everything you need to whiten your teeth at home.
This method takes longer than surgery whitening, but you’ve got more control over the final shade of your teeth. Also, re-treatment and topping-up can be done at a fraction of the cost.
These wafer-thin shells of porcelain or resin can change the appearance of your teeth dramatically, yet with very little preparation. They’re permanently fixed to the front surfaces of your teeth to cover stains, chips and cracks, to close up small gaps, and to make irregularly shaped teeth look even.
Dental crowns are restorations that cover or replace your tooth’s natural crown.
Providing the root is still sound, crowns are used:
- when the surface is badly damaged or decayed
- to improve the tooth’s appearance
- to protect a root filling
- to help hold a bridge or denture in place
Crowns are made to match your teeth exactly, so that they look completely natural.
White Composite Fillings
Natural-looking white fillings not only look and feel good, they perform well, too.
Compared with traditional amalgam fillings, white fillings:
- bond to the tooth, increasing its strength and making it less likely to fracture
- can fill tiny holes
- are smaller, as less of your tooth is removed to prepare for the filling
Dental photographs and illustrations courtesy of the British Dental Health Foundation