Cosmetic Dental Treatments

Cosmetic Dental Treatments

Dental Veneers & Bonding

Dental Veneers are designed to help with chipped, cracked, broken, or discoloured teeth.

We also offer dental bonding as part of our cosmetic dentistry services; this is perfect for individuals’ whose teeth have minor aesthetic flaws.

Our initial consultation will look at the results you want to achieve so that we can outline the best course of action of you, whether that is veneers or bonding. Please contact us for more information.

WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN VENEERS & BONDING?

Veneers and bonding are different treatments, but they aim to achieve the same outcome: a healthy-looking, bright and beautiful smile.  Click here.

Depending on your teeth, their current flaws and what it is you want to achieve – we would have to discuss whether veneers or bonding is the best fit for you.

  • Dental Bonding is recommended for minor issues and it is much faster and cheaper than veneers; making it a popular alternative to veneers.
  • Veneers create a more dramatic transformation and they may be your preference if you’re after a completely flawless smile.

WHAT ARE DENTAL VENEERS?

People can choose to have dental veneers if their existing teeth are chipped, cracked, broken, discoloured and possibly in a bad condition. Click here for the best dental veneers in London.

Veneers are used to give a healthy and a long lasting smile. 

There are two types of veneers:

  • Porcelain (indirect) veneers, which are created to fit your teeth
  • Composite (direct) veneers, in which enamel is bonded to your tooth

WHAT IS DENTAL BONDING?

Dental bonding is a single-session treatment capable of producing incredible results.

This procedure is an ideal option for anyone who has minor aesthetic flaws, such as small gaps between the teeth, chips or worn edges. Using a material called dental composite, your dentist can alter the shape of the tooth. Find out how long it lasts.

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