Many people don’t want silver fillings that show when they laugh or smile. That’s why we offer fillings made from a white composite material – no one will know you have them!
Would you like to look your best with a sparkling white smile? Brighten your smile with our professional teeth whitening system. It involves applying a custom mouth-guard like tray with a bleaching gel to your teeth, which removes stains making them shades whiter almost instantly. This treatment is carried out safely by a dental professional.
Crowns are protective covers placed over damaged, discoloured or broken teeth – improving not only the function of the tooth but its appearance dramatically.
Straighten your teeth with tooth-alignment braces – bringing order to chaos. They are clear so only you need know you’re wearing them. We offer both fixed and removable braces.
Botox is the most popular non-surgical cosmetic treatment in the UK to smooth out frown lines and other wrinkles, used for over 30 years without long term side effects. Results are achieved by a quick injection and last 3-4 months.
Would you like to look more attractive with a fuller face and lips? Dermal fillers are an injectable form of hyaluronic acid – a chemical occurring naturally in the body that confers structure and volume to your skin. Immediate results lasting more than a year.
Would you like a brilliant smile free of unsightly gaps, chips and discolouration? A dental veneer is a thin layer of porcelain or composite material made to fit over the front surface of a tooth, like a false fingernail fits over a nail. A great alternative to crowns when only cosmetic results are needed.
Lost teeth vastly decreases quality of life – from difficulty eating to diminished confidence socialising. These solutions provide the most attractive results:
A dental bridge is a false tooth which is anchored to the surrounding teeth and held in place by resin – ‘bridging’ the gap. If well cared for they can last up to 10 years.
Dental implants are titanium posts that replace the missing tooth root – a new anchor for your new teeth (crowns or bridges). They become part of your jawbone, so they function better and last longer than bridges (even a lifetime), and don’t require adjacent teeth for support (which may damage them).