Composite Bonding, Veneers & Teeth Whitening
Do you want to enhance your smile by improving the colour, shape or length of your teeth?
A recent survey revealed that:
- Over 75% of people don’t feel confident to smile in a photograph.
- Over 45% of people make judgements about people by the look of their smile.
- Over 75% of people think that a beautiful smile helps people psychologically.
- Over 65% of people think that an attractive smile helps romantically.
What is a Smile Makeover?
A smile makeover involves one or more cosmetic procedures to improve the aesthetics of your smile. A smile makeover to one person could mean something completely different to another and it is a very individual choice. For example, some people may want the perfect white Hollywood smile makeover. Other people may just want a simple improvement, such as the replacement of metal fillings with white ones and a simple teeth whitening treatment.
The most frequent treatments used in a smile makeover are veneers and composite bonding, because they are highly aesthetic.
However, porcelain crowns, bridges, implants and even implant supported dentures can also be part of a smile makeover depending on the case. Smile makeovers can also involve rapid orthodontics treatments.
Our team will work with you to create a personal programme to help you achieve your perfect smile – whatever that means for you. Get in touch through the website to find out more and book a consultation with no obligation and no high pressure sales.
Cosmetic or Composite Bonding
Sometimes smile imperfections such as gaps, chips and cracks in your teeth can be easily solved with cosmetic bonding. This process is simple, affordable and often completed in just one appointment.
The process uses a material very similar to that used for tooth-coloured fillings to disguise small imperfections. The tooth is prepared, usually with etching solution, and we apply and shape the material, making it look natural. It is then set, or bonded, into place using a special light.
Unless you have a decayed and painful tooth, you won’t need any of kind of anaesthetic, as the procedure is pain free.
Bonding offers an additional benefit in that it does not require the removal of any of the natural tooth surface.
Despite its simplicity, this process can make a remarkable difference to the way you look.
4 Reasons Why Many Patients Choose Tooth Bonding To:
- Close the gaps and space between their teeth
- Cover up any decay and hide discolouration
- Shape and lengthen the appearance of teeth
- Fix cracked and chipped teeth.