A visit to the dentist may make you think of teeth cleaning or dental fillings, but modern dentistry has so much more to offer, including cosmetic dentistry treatments. Cosmetic dentistry is the branch of dentistry that improves the appearance of someone’s teeth, gums and smile. From subtle changes to major repairs, cosmetic dentists can perform a variety of procedures to enhance your smile.
At Harley Street Dental Clinic we know just how important your smile is to you. Our leading cosmetic dentist in Harley Street, Dr Stanley Kay, and his dental team can transform your smile with one or several cosmetic treatments. We offer a wide range of procedures, such as:
If you wish to lighten your teeth by a few shades or remove stains, teeth whitening may be ideal for you.Whitening can be performed in our London dental clinic or at home. For in-office whitening in Harley Street, a cosmetic dentist will perform a thorough cleaning of your teeth in order to remove bacteria and food remains that build up on your teeth and contribute to staining and yellowing.
Dental implants are a popular and effective way to replace missing teeth and are designed to replace your missing roots and blend in with your natural teeth.
White composite fillings are dental enhancements used to fill in cavities and restore decayed teeth. White fillings can also be used for minor cosmetic adjustments to your smile (i.e. change of teeth colour, reshaping disfigured teeth).
Porcelain veneers are thin layers of dental ceramic material fixed to the outer surface of a tooth. They are a quick and non-invasive way to adjust the colour, shape and alignment of your smile.
Modern cosmetic dentures differ greatly from old-fashioned false teeth. They are comfortable, discreet, removable replacements for your missing teeth, designed to look and function like your own natural teeth and surrounding gum tissue.
Crowns and bridges
Bridges and crowns are fixed onto your existing teeth or implants by a cosmetic dentist in Harley Street. Crowns are used most commonly to replace a single damaged tooth where as bridges are used to cover a bigger space of missing teeth in your mouth.