A cosmetic dentist enjoys helping patients’ dreams come true by creating the smile they have always wanted. At Smilemakers Dental, Orthodontic and Implant Clinic in Southampton we have a skilled cosmetic dentistry team who will involve you at all stages of treatment to ensure that the smile you end up with matches your expectations and dreams.
When you come into our Southampton dental clinic for a consultation with a cosmetic dentist, they will take the time to get to know a bit about you and what your ideal outcomes from any treatment are. After conducting a thorough clinical examination, your dentist will then talk you through all the relevant treatment options to help you achieve your smile goals.
With cosmetic dentistry, almost anything is possible. Your cosmetic dentist may recommend a single course of treatment, or a combination of two or more from the extensive menu at our Southampton clinic. No matter how many treatments you require, your dentist will provide you with a fully customised treatment plan, so that you know exactly what to expect.
Popular treatments from a Southampton cosmetic dentist include:
Either as a standalone treatment or as a complementary procedure to other cosmetic dental options, when provided by a cosmetic dentist this is a safe, predictable, and rapid way to boost the appearance of your smile by getting rid of common tooth stains.
There are two teeth whitening options at Smilemakers Southampton: home whitening, or Zoom power whitening, which is carried out here in the clinic by your cosmetic dentist.
Inlays and onlays are used to repair damaged teeth when they require more strength than can be provided by a filling. Two appointments are required for either onlays or inlays, which are created on our CEREC milling machine. Your dentist will match the shade of porcelain carefully to the natural shade of your tooth.
Losing your teeth no longer means struggling with badly-fitting dentures. Our Southampton clinic offers cosmetic dentures, which look and act very much like natural teeth. By using dental implants to stabilise your dentures, they will stay in place at all times.