Put your smile in the limelight with cosmetic dentistryPosted On: 16th February 2017
Your smile is our main focus at Londent, a centre for cosmetic dentistry in London Bridge. If you are feeling depressed about misaligned, broken or chipped teeth, or unhealthy gums then you might find that in London Bridge, cosmetic dentistry can boost your self-confidence. Here at Londent, our aim is to restore the beauty of your smile, and maybe even transform your life as a result.
Let us show you how cosmetic dentistry in London Bridge can improve your smile
It is not uncommon for our patients to report that their decision to go for cosmetic dentistry in London Bridge turned out to be life-changing. At Londent, there are various treatments aimed at bringing out the beauty of your smile.
Along with white fillings, crowns, inlays and onlays, London Bridge cosmetic dentistry also offers teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, orthodontics, dental implants, and full smile makeovers.
The most popular cosmetic dentistry treatment is teeth whitening, which is quick and does not require any structural changes to the mouth. Teeth whitening can be done in an hour in the dentist’s chair, or over a couple of weeks with a custom-fit teeth tray and whitening gel.
Next up is probably white fillings, which are made of porcelain and can be used to fill new cavities or to replace old amalgam fillings.
If your teeth are damaged they can be preserved by encasing them in a material such as porcelain fused to metal, gold, or porcelain. Crowns preserve the functionality of the tooth, while restoring its attractiveness.
Inlays and onlays can replace traditional fillings to treat tooth decay or similar structural damage. They are fabricated indirectly in a dental lab and then fitted and bonded to the damaged tooth by your cosmetic dentist.
Invisible braces are used to straighten misaligned teeth. This can be a simple matter if you do not need to realign your bite. Invisible braces use either clear resin trays or tooth-coloured brackets and wires to gently guide teeth into the desired position.
Dental implants replace missing teeth, both crown and root, creating a stable base for chewing and ensuring a healthy strong jaw for years to come.