COmsmetic Dentistry

Teeth are a vital part of the overall structure and appearance of the face. From being able to chew your favourite meals, to smiling with confidence, healthy teeth improve quality of life and when they are damaged this can have a negative impact.

Missing or broken teeth can make it harder to eat, while also affecting your ability to smile. Other factors that negatively impact teeth are stains on the surface of a tooth or misaligned teeth that may knock your confidence and make you feel self-conscious.

Fortunately, there are a wide range of cosmetic dentistry services available for improving the quality of your teeth.

What is cosmetic dentistry?

Cosmetic dentistry uses a variety of techniques and treatments to enhance a person’s smile and the strength of their teeth. It’s the kind of dentistry service that’s suitable for people of all ages and works for teeth of all shapes and sizes.

What are the benefits of cosmetic dentistry? 

  • Improved appearance and confidence: By enhancing the quality of your teeth and smile, you’ll be able to smile confidently and share it with the world.
  • Improved dental health: Cosmetic dentistry also helps to enhance overall dental health and protect against future damage and conditions.
  • Eat what you love: Missing or broken teeth can make it harder to eat and cosmetic dentistry helps to fix this damage. You’ll be able to eat your favourite food and chew without any discomfort.

How much is cosmetic dentistry? 

Cosmetic dentistry treatment is a bespoke service, and the pricing may vary depending on the particular treatment option. 

What types of cosmetic dentistry services do we offer? 

  • Teeth Whitening -  A service that helps to reduce teeth discolouration 
  • Porcelain Veneers - This service is ideal for fixing misaligned teeth, chipped teeth and removing stains.
  • White Fillings - Replaces a decayed tooth with a white filling and improves oral health. 
  • Gum Contouring & Teeth Re-Shaping - 

    A service that helps to alter the shape of your teeth through reshaping the gums.