Here at Harley Street Dental Clinic, we aim to provide a complete service for all of your dental needs. If you’re having a dental emergency or just want to improve the visual aspects of your smile, we have treatments for you.
With today’s modern dental techniques, there really aren’t many problems that can’t be solved by your dentist in Harley Street. The dentist’s aim is to have you feeling happy about your teeth whilst they function well and last long into your lifetime.
Our range of cosmetic treatments can keep your smile looking beautiful and healthy, giving you the confidence to unlock your full potential.
Cosmetic treatments at Harley Street Dental Clinic
If you have a concern with one aspect of how your teeth look, we can offer specific treatments to change that aspect. If you think your teeth are discoloured, we can provide teeth whitening to bring that sparkle back to your teeth.
One issue that many people believe they could be stuck with is the appearance of having a ‘gummy smile’. This happens when too much of the gum covers the teeth and it shows when we smile.
Your dentist in Harley Street can contour your gums to lessen the effect of the ‘gummy smile’. This can be achieved by two methods. For more minor cases, laser treatment can be sufficient. A more surgical procedure can be used to correct more serious cases.
We can also offer complete smile makeovers. This can completely transform the dimensions and proportions of your smile, giving you a whole new look. Smile makeovers combine treatments to completely overhaul the appearance of your smile. Treatments used could include:
- Teeth whitening,
- Porcelain Veneers,
- Dental Implants,
- Cosmetic braces,
- Gum contouring.
Keeping your teeth healthy
The main aim of the dentist is to keep your teeth healthy. Regular visits to the dentist will ensure your teeth are healthy and any problems that may be surfacing can be dealt with before they develop into more serious issues.
Your dentist will usually advise that you should visit the dentist at least twice a year. This number may be higher or lower depending on your habits, dental history and other factors.