A smile makeover is a treatment plan personalised for you by our clinicians to give you your perfect smile. You might need a combination of treatments including fillings and crowns, composite bonding, gingival sculpting and teeth whitening.
What Can A Smile Makeover Do For Me?
If the appearance of your teeth make you feel uncomfortable about smiling, or mean that you avoid smiling a smile makeover can give you newfound confidence.
A new, improved bright smile can transform the way you feel about yourself. Your new smile will make you feel more confident about your teeth, so you will enjoy showing them off. You will not need to hide your teeth behind your hands or keep your lips pressed together when you smile. Research tells us that people with an easy and pleasant smile are seen by others as more confident and attractive.
Our experienced clinicians have helped many patients to get the results they wanted. They will use their skills, techniques and specialist treatments to help you achieve the smile you want.
Every patient is unique, so we may recommend procedures that are restorative, cosmetic or both. We will discuss your options and preferences with you to make sure that you are in full control of your treatment at every stage.
Whitening your teeth can give you an immediate boost in the way you feel about yourself.
Are you ashamed of your stained teeth? Do you smile behind your hand or with your mouth shut? We all know that having poor oral health can make you unattractive to other people, so if you have stained teeth, it can be hard to feel good about yourself.
Once your teeth are white and bright looking, you will probably have the confidence to smile a lot more. Most people judge someone with a clean white smile as healthy and attractive. Research shows that when you smile at someone, they will generally return the smile and feel good.
As well as covering unsightly teeth, crowns are often used to keep a dental bridge in place. They can protect a tooth that has undergone root canal treatment, or can be attached to implants to replace missing teeth.
Crowns are long-lasting. They are made from durable materials by skilled technicians, using durable materials, such as porcelain, which gives a natural-looking result.