Smile makeovers are our speciality! We love helping you achieve the results you're after and in turn making you look and feel great.
We’ve a comprehensive selection of treatments designed to give you the ultimate Smile Makeover. We use the latest innovations in dental treatment guaranteed to deliver the best possible results, including teeth whitening, dental veneers, composite bonding and teeth straightening options such as SmileTru® and dental implants.
We work with you to create your very own Smile Makeover plan, often encompassing several techniques and treatments to ensure you get maximum results.
Once your dentist has discussed the most appropriate treatment options, your treatment co-ordinator will help you to make an informed choice about these options and will be available to discuss every stage of treatment with you.
Orthodontics is a specialist area of dentistry focused on the correction of uneven teeth, moving teeth and crowded mouths. In turn, this will help improve the function and appearance of teeth as well as look after the long-term health of teeth, gums and jaw joints.
Orthodontists use a variety of different brace styles and systems to move teeth into a desired position. We’ve a selection of short term orthodontic treatments available designed to help improve the appearance of your teeth, without interfering with your lifestyle.
Shhh... There's a little secret we want to share with you. You no longer need a standard dental brace to achieve a straighter, more attractive smile. SmileTru® is an invisible solution that's discreet, removable and far more comfortable than the standard brace.
SmileTru® is a gradual method of straightening your teeth in an almost invisible way. It can help treat a wide range of orthodontic concerns including crooked teeth, gaps and crowded mouth. SmileTru® uses a series of custom-made clear positioners designed to fit over teeth and gently guide them into the desired place. They're discreet, comfortable and removable to fit in with you and your lifestyle. Now you can have the smile of your dreams without anyone knowing that you are being treated.
A veneer is a clever way of disguising your dental imperfections, including discolouration and chipped or cracked teeth. Veneers provide a great long-term solution as they're hard-wearing, long-lasting and go unnoticed.
A veneer is very thin porcelain sleeve that cleverly fits over the front teeth, fitting precisely to give you a natural look and feel. The procedure has a short-term treatment plan, with minimal invasiveness, leaving you looking and feeling more confident in no time!
Teeth whitening is a great way to help hide the everyday stains caused by tea, coffee, red wine and smoking as well as help enhance your smile, making you look and feel younger.
The treatment works by allowing a very small amount of whitening gel to come into contact with the teeth. This then reacts with the surface of the tooth, gently lightening stains and leaving you with a healthier looking smile.
The process is suitable for patients of all ages, but is most effective on patients who have healthy, unrestored teeth. The speed of whitening and colour change will depend entirely on the initial colour of the teeth.
If you've previously had crowns, veneers or fillings, these teeth will not respond to whitening. However, if this is the case, we can discuss other options with you to ensure you can still achieve a brighter, whiter smile.
Inlays and onlays
Inlays and onlays are two types of restorations that your dentist can suggest if you have a cavity in your tooth that needs to be filled.
An inlay is a small filling that fits into the biting surface of a tooth.
An onlay covers a larger area of the tooth and is better suited to bigger cavities.
For many years, gold has been used to make inlays and onlays because it is a hard material and lasts for a long time. Nowadays, tooth-coloured porcelain is also used and gives the restored tooth a more natural look, which many patients prefer.
Cosmetic build ups
Cosmetic build ups are made from a tooth-coloured, putty-like resin, which is a durable plastic material. It is applied to the tooth and hardened with an ultraviolet or laser light, bonding the material to the tooth. Your dentist then trims, shapes, and polishes it. Bonding can repair decayed, chipped, cracked, or misshapen teeth; it is also a good cosmetic alternative to, or replacement for, amalgam or silver fillings. Typically, dental bonding takes about 30 to 60 minutes.