If your teeth are crooked we can certainly help to straighten the problem out
Many people struggle with the effects of crooked teeth, not because they’re painful, more because they can put a huge dent in your self-esteem. Our smile is critical to how many of us feel about our looks, and this is not simply a question of vanity, it has a massive impact on how we see ourselves.
As well as the aesthetic side of things, crooked teeth can also make it very difficult to keep your teeth and gums clean because its nigh on impossible to brush in-between. This can cause a lasting and damaging impact on our health, leading to gum disease and tooth loss.
There are many solutions to consider so call to make your consultation appointment and speak to a specialist about the options they’d suggest to give you the best results possible.
If wearing traditional metal braces sounds like a none-starter then Invisible braces are the perfect solution For many adults looking to straighten crooked teeth wearing traditional metal braces is simply not an option.
We understand this. Using the highly effective Invisalign® braces gives you an invisible, completely transparent straightening solution and makes this the clear choice for our patients.
Teeth worn down, chipped, or uneven? Then Dental Veneers could be just the ticket!
Often used to correct imperfections in your smile these wafer-thin shells of tooth-coloured material are designed to cover the front surface of the tooth, improving the appearance by altering tooth shape, colour, size or length. This makes veneers the perfect choice for closing gaps between teeth, disguising chipped or worn down teeth, or for discoloured teeth caused by root canal treatment or certain antibiotics.
Made from either porcelain or resin they provide a natural tooth appearance to improve your smile. The difference between these materials is fairly simple to explain. Porcelain veneers resist staining and have the light reflecting properties of natural teeth, while Resin veneers are much thinner and require less of the tooth surface to be removed
There are many things to consider with veneers all of which you can discuss with us at your consultation.
Heavily filled teeth? Discoloured and fragile teeth because of root canal treatment? Crowns can give you a regal like smile
You may have had lots of dental work done in the past which has resulted in several large fillings, or even a root canal treatment, all of which leaves your teeth more vulnerable to cracks and broken fillings.
Dental crowns protect damaged teeth by sitting over the existing tooth and covering the entire surface – this is why they’re often called ‘caps’, they literally cap the existing tooth. A crown makes the tooth strong again, especially following a root canal treatment where the tooth becomes brittle. Different to veneers, which are only as strong as the supporting tooth, crowns are an excellent alternative if you grind your teeth or have acid erosion caused by your diet.
Using high quality materials in our modern and advanced laboratory means you can reasonably expect your dental crown to last between 10 and 15 years. There are several different types of crowns available so call today to discuss with your dental specialist the best one for you.