A good cosmetic dentist can transform you smile in so many ways. At Smilemakers Dental, Orthodontic and Implant Clinic in Southampton, we have an experienced cosmetic team who are committed to helping you achieve the smile you’ve always dreamt of – whatever that may entail.
At our Southampton dental clinic we are firmly of the belief that everybody deserves a smile to be proud of. You may think that your smile is beyond redemption, but we beg to differ. Many times patients have walked into Smilemakers convinced that nothing can be done to improve their smile, only for a cosmetic dentist to quickly change their mind.
Nearly half of the adult population of the UK are unhappy with how their current smile looks. The biggest complaint is discoloured teeth, but at our Southampton dental practice we know that every smile is as unique as the person who wears it, and everybody’s concept of what the “ideal smile” is will be different.
Whether it’s the colour of your teeth or something else that is bothering you, a consultation with a cosmetic dentist at our Southampton dental clinic is the first step of your journey towards the smile of your dreams.
We offer a number of cosmetic dental procedures large and small at our Southampton practice. Whatever your requirements, if you need one treatment or a combination of several, your cosmetic dentist will listen to what you want to achieve and will then create a bespoke treatment plan, so that you know exactly what to expect.
Here are some common aesthetic concerns and what your Southampton cosmetic dentist can do:
I hate the colour of my teeth
Your dentist may recommend teeth whitening, in the case of common stains including red wine and coffee, or in the case of permanent discolouration porcelain veneers may be used.
My teeth aren’t straight
You may be referred to an orthodontic colleague at our Southampton clinic for tooth straightening with discreet braces or aligners.
I have old/discoloured fillings
Your cosmetic dentist can replace metal amalgam fillings with tooth-coloured composite fillings, or with porcelain onlays or inlays when a higher degree of strength is needed.