Smile Makeovers

A smile makeover typically makes use of a number of cosmetic treatments and can vary depending upon your requirements. Each treatment will always be explained in full.

Orthodontics

For any minor orthodontic issues, Invisalign, the Inman Aligner or Damon braces can be used to straighten teeth quickly and comfortably. These systems are light and comfortable in comparison to traditional fixed metal braces and can offer excellent results with little to no invasive treatment.

Veneers

Veneers are individually customised thin ceramic shells which are bonded to your teeth which can be used to address concerns with the shape, size or colour of your teeth. We work with some of the best dental laboratories to produce unique veneers just for you. Our cosmetic dentists are highly skilled in the art of creating natural looking beautiful veneers.

Tooth Whitening

Over the course of time, the natural brightness of our teeth can fade with our lifestyle, habits and diet impacting on the colour of the teeth.
Many of us drink tea, coffee red wine etc on a daily basis and this can gradually stain the teeth; smoking also has a significant impact on the colour of the teeth. Whitening treatments can help to restore the natural whiteness of the teeth, boosting your confidence and giving you a smile to be proud of. We use Enlighten smiles products which we believe are the best In the market for results and safety. Customised trays are made for you which are worn at night with the enlighten gels which allows you to progressively whiten your teeth to whatever naturals shade you’d like to achieve. Some people can have sensitivity with some whitening products so we ensure we address this with pre-treatment toothpaste and in choosing the right solutions for your particular needs.

Gum Contouring

A ‘gummy smile’, where an excessive amount of gum is visible when smiling, can be treated using gum contouring. Excess gum tissue can be removed in one sitting and can dramatically improve the aesthetics of your smile.

Dental Crowns and Bridges

Not only can missing teeth both ruin the look of your smile and harm your confidence, it can also be detrimental to the structure of your bite and cause excessive pressure, leading to jaw pain. A dental crown or bridge not only improves your smile but also gives support to rest of your teeth.