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Cosmetic Treatment


Although ‘dentally fit’, many people can be dissatisfied with their smile and we all know that a great smile can give us extra confidence. So whether you want to replace your old metal amalgam fillings or improve the appearance or shade of your teeth, we have a range of treatments that can create a beautiful new smile.


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Look good, feel great

Teeth Whitening:
Teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic treatments we offer. Over time teeth are easily stained by the food and drink we consume. Smoking is another cause of discolouration and often your natural bright, white shade becomes darkened.

Teeth whitening is a successful and simple method of lightening the shade of your teeth and is suitable for many of our patients. The products we use are only available via a dentist and deliver radiant results.

Tooth-coloured fillings:
If you are fed up with seeing unsightly black amalgam fillings every time you smile, the time might be right to replace them with tooth coloured fillings.

Using today’s modern composite materials, tooth coloured fillings have strength and flexibility which is comparable to traditional amalgam.

We consider each case individually and will recommend whether immediate replacement is suitable. Sometimes we prefer to replace amalgam fillings only if and when they fail.

Veneers:
Veneers are a fast solution that can improve the aesthetics of your teeth, changing the whole look of your smile. They are an ideal solution for covering broken, chipped or heavily stained front teeth and are often used to close wide gaps between the teeth.

A veneer is a thin, custom-made layer of porcelain designed to fit over the front of a prepared tooth. Veneers are shaded to match the colour of your surrounding teeth and should last for many years, although like natural teeth they can chip and should be cared for as you would your own teeth.

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