Cosmetic or in other words aesthetic dentistry is used to refer to any type of dental work that provides positive improvement to the appearance of your teeth. The treatment that are carried out will give a long lasting dental health.

Dental Hygiene

The dental hygiene treatment includes the more complex periodontal (gum) treatments to the removal of plaque, calculus (the deposits that collect on the teeth) and staining, such as tea, red wine and tobacco. All treatments are carefully carried out without discomfort. Regular hygiene treatment will deliver healthy gums and a brighter smile!

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening, is generally recommended for healthy teeth that may have become stained or discoloured. The durability teeth whitening is strongly linked to lifestyle where excessive contact with coffee, tea, red wine and smoking can have a deleterious effect. The results of the treatment are usually visible for 1 to 3 years, depending on mainly eating habits and smoking.

Teeth Whitening Procedure

It is a similar bleaching process by which objects are naturally whitened by sunlight but, thanks to the blue light and hydrogen peroxide, the whitening treatment allows our clients to leave in just under an hour with their teeth at their optimal whiteness.

It is also completely safe, because unlike sunlight, our patented light does not release harmful ultra-violet rays. Instead, it operates in the gentle blue-green spectrum, which is safe for tooth enamel as well as skin, gums, and other soft tissues.

Gum Disease Treatment

Gum Disease is caused by a build up of bacteria that lives within plaque and tartar that build up on teeth during everyday living and is the main cause of tooth loss in adults as oppose to decay. Daily removal of plaque and tartar, particularly between the teeth is essential if gum disease is not to become serious problem. Failure to remove bacteria can cause the gums to redden and swell and bleed easily hen touched. If not treated, gum disease can progress to cause gum shrinkage, bone loss and ultimately loose teeth.

Thorough removal of bacteria and deposits is a major part of our maintenance programme carried out by our dental hygienists who will also advise on the most appropriate interdental cleaning techniques and materials to be used at home to redress problems with gum disease.

In case of gum disease

If you have gum disease or unattractive receding gums, our general dentists, offers tooth-saving periodontal services to help. Gum disease treatment at our dental practice entails a thorough exam of your teeth and gums. Using a periodontal probe, our dentists can determine if you have any breakdown in gum tissue or if any pockets have developed between your teeth and gums. On our initial consultation the X-rays will determine if there has been any bone loss below the surface of the gums.

The type of gum disease treatment used will depend on the stage and type of gum disease you have. A thorough, deep cleaning or "scaling" below the gum line can remove microbial plaque and calculus deposits that often cause bacterial growth and bone loss. If gum pockets are deep, surgery may be required. Our dentists also uses antibiotic therapy to treat certain forms of gum disease.

Inlays / Onlays

Inlays / Onlays are used as a dental restoration in certain cases as an alternative to dental crowns. The alternative reference is expressed as indirect fillings and it offers a stronger, longer lasting reparative solute to tooth decay or similar dental problems. This type of restoration offers a benefit from both aesthetic and functional point of view.

Inlays / Onlays are fabricated indirectly in a lab before it is fitted to the damaged tooth by our dental doctors. It is named an “inlay” when the material is bonded within the centre of a tooth and is expressed as “onlay” when the damage is in such degree that it requires an inclusion of one or more points of the tooth or its biting surface.

Composite Bonding

The composite bonding treatment procedure is used to help the cosmetic appearance and repair chipped, broken, discoloured or decayed teeth. The material of the dental composite such as enamel and dentin is applied directly into the cavity or the surface of the tooth and it is precisely and carefully sculptured into shape, contoured and then hardened with a high-intensity light. The end result of this kind of restoration will blend invisibly against the surrounding tooth to create a healthy and bright smile.

Smile Makeover

Through a smile makeover there are many aspects that can be taken in consideration, such as your facial appearance, skin tone, teeth characteristics like (colour, width, shape etc.), gum tissues and lips. These aspects are all part that is looked at by your dental doctor to create the perfect smile, which are customised and performed according to your consideration.

The smile makeover includes the following treatments to improve your smile:

Alignment and spacing of the teeth that are crooked, overlapping or have noticeable gaps that can be aligned and straightened through orthodontics and improved by use of porcelain veneers.

Change of silver or old amalgam fillings with natural tooth coloured fillings, while adopting teeth whitening technics it will help to improve a discoloured, stained teeth. The colour and shading of the tooth is an important phase for the preparation of various treatment procedures that include porcelain veneers, dental crowns, bridges, composite bonding and dental implants.

A pure change of tone from discoloured tooth to a whiter tooth will lead to the perfect smile with a youthful appearance. The shades that our dentists select for teeth whitening and veneers are carefully selected to fit with the tone colour of your face. Our highly skilled cosmetic dentists are have the eye for detail to deliver and provide the right balanced brighter and whiter smile but while maintaining a natural look to help you smile with confidence.

Missing teeth can highly affect the appearance of your smile, while it can also affect your bite and increase the risk of tooth decay, which makes replacement an important treatment to consider helping facial aesthetics. Missing teeth can be replaced by dental implants, corwns, bridges or partial dentures.

In over all our expert dentists at initial consultation and during the treatment work closely wiith you to develop and design a treatment plan that will achieve the perfect smile makeover that exactly what you have wished for.