Great Ways to Improve Your Smile
Restore and enhance your smile using cosmetic dentistry.
Discover the current and new procedures that are booming in the cosmetic industry
Here are a few we think you can benefit from…
Crowns can be used to recreate the appearance and strength of the natural tooth when it has become badly broken. More.
This is often the only reliable method to rebuild the tooth to provide a natural appearance whilst offering the support required to allow the tooth to function correctly.
There are two basic types of crown- the first is metal and ceramic, whilst the second is all-ceramic.
The type of crown used is selected based on the strength and translucency required.
Here are a few specialists we’ve found:
Teeth whitening is the procedure of removing discolouration and stains.
This can be from:
- Certain foods
- Poor oral health
Teeth whitening is often a favourite and most popular cosmetic procedure.
The joys of teeth whitening are that it can be performed in the comfort of your home (seek advice beforehand) or at a cosmetic practice.
However, using a dentist is advised because they can carry out the correct methods and procedures despite the vast price difference.
Invisalign is today’s modern approach to straightening your teeth without anyone knowing!
- Invisalign costs. See how they differ.
- Levels of providers. See why it matters.
- Invisalign reviews. See videos.
With careful aligners made to fit snug over your teeth and gently over time, they will begin to straighten to achieve the smile you’ve been looking for.
There is no hassle with metal brackets or wires – just a retainer.
Do your research to find the most competitive rates for Invisalign in the UK – remember London has higher prices!
As a potential patient, you should take the time to research the best providers of Invisalign because they do differ – and so do their rates.
What one patient had to say in the UK about Invisalign:
“I went there for the first time and extremely satisfied with the treatment – I paid around £4,000 and thought it was worth every penny”.
Dental veneers are fragile layers of tooth-coloured material usually made from porcelain or resin composites.
They are custom made to fit and are attached to the front of a tooth to improve their appearance.
What they do:
- Correct poorly formed or mildly mal-positioned teeth
- Close gaps between teeth
- Mask internal stains
- Restore partially broken-down teeth
Patients should be aware that this usually involves removing a small amount of enamel from their teeth to accommodate the veneer.
Typically, composite and porcelain veneers cost considerably, with most specialists charging per tooth. Find More.