Cosmetic dentistry

The term ‘cosmetic dentistry’ is used to refer to a number of dental procedures that improve the appearance of teeth, via changing their colour (lightening their shade), shape and positioning, as well as by aesthetic and elegant restoration of the missing teeth. The most commonly performed cosmetic dentistry procedures include teeth whitening, veneers and porcelain crowns. They improve and maintain the natural appearance of your teeth and enhance your smile. They improve your self confidence and well-being. Tooth whitening is one of the most commonly available and safest dental procedures in modern dentistry. It is a non-invasive procedure, lightening your teeth by a few shades. The effect lasts from 2 up to 5 years. In most cases, this dentist – supervised procedure takes only one conventional session (around 1 hour). A whitening gel is applied and, together with a specially designed light (lamp or laser), they work to gently penetrate your teeth, breaking up stains and discolouration. Veneers are wafer-thin, custom made shell of porcelain (porcelain laminate) that is bonded permanently to the front surface of a tooth. They are ideal for improving the appearance of the teeth and creating a beautiful and natural looking smile. They provide the conservative approach to changing a tooth’s colour, size and shape. The most popular type of veneer is porcelain. Porcelain veneers are more durable and stronger, and produce better aesthetic results.

Reasons to have veneers fitted

  • Permanent teeth discolouratio
  • Damage due to an injury
  • Uneven teeth – small problems with bite
  • Diastemas (spaces between teeth)
Porcelain crowns are permanent restorations.. With their help we can alter the positioning of a tooth, its shape and colour. They reproduce the shape of the tooth very accurately. You cannot tell them from natural teeth. They are not metal based, they do not undergo a discoloration process and are ideally matched to the other teeth. Part of the work is performed using the latest computer aided technology. Reasons to have porcelain crowns fitted:
  • Damaged or worn out tooth crowns
  • Uneven teeth (irregularly shaped, chipped or broken), teeth that are worn out
  • Undersized, insufficiently developed teeth
  • Discoloured and dead teeth
  • Discoloured and dead teeth
We pride ourselves on our close partnership with reputable dental labs which make use of cutting-edge dental technology and high quality, natural-looking cosmetic dental materials. We deliver contemporary solutions, fulfilling the highest and most demanding expectations of doctors and patients alike.

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