What does cosmetic dentistry mean to you?

Does it mean looking like you’re about to win the Grand National or appear on certain reality television shows? Do you have visions of selling a kidney or a leg to be able to afford it?

Smile Makeovers | Composite Bonding | Veneers | Teeth Whitening

To us it is all of the following: 

  • It is fixing that single tooth that you hate, the one you see on zoom calls and in photographs
  • It is a fresher, brighter smile for a special event such as a wedding or anniversary, or even just to make yourself feel good
  • It is a more attractive, younger-looking smile so you can regain your confidence
  • or when you’re ready to get back on the dating scene

Modern cosmetic dentistry doesn’t have to involve drilling every single tooth or having veneers on all of your teeth.

Life-changing results can be had by changing a single (discoloured) ugly filling on your front tooth. It could be replacing your old, black-looking amalgam restorations.  Perhaps you feel your teeth are too short and you want them lengthened or you may think they look too yellow.  Whatever it is, we can help. 

For us, at Cosmetic Smile & Implant Centre, beauty is in the eye of the beholder and we believe that the most beautiful smile is the one that you wear with confidence.

Why Choose us?

At Cosmetic Smile & Implant Centre we do not believe in a short-term fix, we want our dentistry to last you years.  When we plan your case we will look at your long-term goals, you will leave with a customised, bespoke treatment plan tailored exactly to your needs.

We also offer various finance plans to suit your budget, life-changing results can be achieved from as little as your monthly mobile phone bill.

What is Cosmetic Dentistry?

Cosmetic dentistry is any dental work that improves the appearance of the smile, teeth and gums.  At Cosmetic Smile and Implant Centre, we also believe that this term incorporates improving the function of your bite as well as we want you to be able to eat and chew comfortably as well as having an amazing smile.

There are a variety of options available to improve or enhance your smile.  Using our expert knowledge our aim is to understand your wants and goals and create a customised plan to achieve that.

Common Dental Problems We Can Correct

Crooked teeth

Do you hide your smile?  Do you hate seeing photographs of you smiling?  Do you find it difficult to floss and clean your teeth?

Crooked or misaligned teeth are a common problem in the UK.  They not only look unappealing but can also lead to other dental health problems.


Stained and Discoloured teeth

Have you noticed your teeth changing colour? Are your teeth looking darker no matter how well you clean them?

Stained and discoloured teeth are a common complaint. Whilst diet plays a large part; the truth is as we get older, our teeth will naturally get darker.


Short, worn and broken teeth

More and more people in the UK are physically wearing their teeth down.  This can be due to:

  • Grinding (bruxism)
  • Acid reflux
  • Diets high in acids
  • All of the above


Gappy Teeth

Gaps in the front teeth are also known as diastemas.  While they can occur anywhere within the mouth, they normally occur between the two front teeth.

If you suddenly develop gaps or original gaps are getting bigger, this can be a cause for concern and can be caused by advancing gum disease.  


Narrow smiles

A narrow arch shows 6 teeth or less when smiling.  This is a common problem amongst our patients. A narrow smile can be caused by:

  • Childhood habits such as sucking a thumb and never having braces to rectify it
  • Developmental growth of the jaw and alignment of the teeth
  • Missing teeth

It can also produce an ageing effect as the cheeks are not fully supported.


Missing Teeth

Did you know that 6% of the UK population have no teeth.  That means 2.7 million people in the UK have no teeth at all! 

  • In 2018-2019 3 million teeth were extracted on adults in the NHS.

You don’t have to replace your missing tooth/teeth, it is completely up to you. 

However, if teeth are not replaced, then certain biological factors will start to happen over time.