A smile makeover can help you to feel more confident for a big day such as a wedding, party or any other celebration where you will be seen in front of lots of other people.
Call the reception team today and ask about booking a consultation with our team to discuss how we can transform your smile.
Cosmetic dentistry is providing the patient with a beautiful, natural smile. This can be done using white fillings, veneers, crowns, cosmetic braces, tooth whitening or simply re-shaping the teeth slightly.
These are filings that are used instead of silver fillings. These are placed directly into your mouth, more than one filling can be placed at a time. They look like your natural tooth and do not contain any mercury.
Veneers are very thin shells of porcelain that are stuck to the front of your teeth to create a fantastic smile. Veneers are used to improve the colour of teeth, the shape of teeth and sometimes the position of teeth, though we always recommend orthodontics to re-position teeth whenever possible.
An inlay is made outside of the mouth either by a dental technician or using our Cerec system. An inlay is advised then the hole in the tooth is too big for a direct filling but a crown is not advised. It is like a piece of a puzzle that is made to fit perfectly for your tooth.
Tooth whitening can be carried when the shape and position of the teeth are good, but the overall colour needs to be improved. At Evolve Dentistry, we offer home tooth whitening. See our leaflet on tooth whitening for full details.
If there is a small chip or irregularity at the edge of the tooth, sometimes the appearance can be improved by careful sanding the tooth to give a more regular shape. This is simply done and usually carried out without the need to be made numb.
Evolve Dentistry is a totally mercury-free practice.
Yes, we are happy to carry out your treatment and you would continue to see your own dentist for all your routine treatment.
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