If your chipped, broken or misaligned teeth, or unhealthy gums are affecting your confidence, then you might find that visiting a cosmetic dentist in Southampton can give you the boost you need. Here at Smilemakers, we make it our mission to bring out the natural beauty of your smile, and reboot your confidence.
Many of our patients say that using our cosmetic dental treatments have changed their lives. We have a range of techniques that our dentists use to fully enhance the appearance of your teeth for a beautiful smile. These services include: dental implants, dentures, bridges, veneers, teeth whitening, teeth straightening, and crowns.
Crowns preserve damaged teeth by encasing the remaining part of a tooth in a material such as metal-ceramic, gold, or porcelain. The type of material chosen affects the longevity of the crown and how it wears. Crowns preserve the functionality of the tooth, whilst restoring its attractiveness to blend in perfectly with your natural teeth.
Cosmetic dentists use white fillings, which are made of a mixture of tooth-coloured material, to fill new cavities and also replace ugly old mercury amalgam fillings. Continual advances in materials and bonding techniques mean that our dentist can shape the fillings to resemble your teeth, making for a comfier bite.
Porcelain veneers are the last word in upgrading your smile. These super-thin shells of porcelain are custom-made to blend in with your teeth to cover up wear and damage, discolouring and staining or mild misalignment and gaps. Porcelain veneers resist staining and require much less preparation than crowns. Our cosmetic dentists in Southampton generally expect veneers to last for about 10 years.
In Southampton, cosmetic dentists at Smilemakers also offer to give you a Full Smile Makeover, combing two or more cosmetic dentistry treatments to dramatically revitalise your appearance. The treatments may include Botox or dermal fillers, which smooth out and plump out the skin in your face to create a younger-looking setting for your smile.
At Smilemakers, our treatments are delivered by cosmetic dentists who adhere to the Standards for Dental Professionals under strict guidance from the General Dental Council (GDC).