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Tooth whitening

 

This gentleman was unhappy with the colour of his teeth.  Pre-treatment assessment showed that they were around a C2 or D3 shade, which is a relatively average colour.  A number of defects in the surface of the front teeth along the edge also give a darker appearance.

After a 2 week course of professional tooth whitening the teeth had improved to a B1 shade, which is the lightest natural shade possible.  The defects had also lightened to the point where they are no longer visible and the overall result is much better - in real life the teeth have a real gleam to them.

This is not a unique case as most teeth will respond in a similar manner, although results do vary depending on the starting point.  This will be discussed with you to ensure that you will be happy with the outcome.

Hygienist services

This patient presented with a large amount of calculus (tartar) and staining on the back of the lower front teeth.  As can be seen, this was irritating the gums and causing them to become inflamed - a key sign of periodontal (gum) disease.  Left untreated, this can lead to local problems, such as gum recession, bone loss and tooth movement or loss, as well as systemic problems such as double the risk of cardiovascular (heart) disease.

Afterwards the improvement can clearly be seen, with the gums looking a much more healthy pink colour, showing the inflammation has gone, as well as looking far better with the removal of the staining.

This can sometimes take a number of visits - for this patient this was able to achieved in 2 visits, in conjunction with advice to help improve the effectiveness of brushing.

Bridge

This gentleman had an upper partial denture to replace the 2 front missing teeth but was finding it increasingly uncomfortable and also damaging to the gums around the remaining upper teeth.  It was agreed that a fixed bridge across the front 6 teeth would provide a more secure, comfortable and aesthetically pleasing outcome.  As can be seen, neat preparations of the adjacent teeth were made to allow the bridge to be retained, and the final result shows how the bridge restores the space.

Bridges can be used to fill smaller as well as larger spaces, depending on the support from the surrounding teeth.  Different designs of bridge can be used to minimise tooth loss or create better support, this is dependent on a clinical assessment and discussion on the desired outcome.

White filling

This young patient had decay in the top surface of an upper molar tooth.  After cleaning out the soft decay, stained but not decayed tooth was left underneath to minimise tooth loss, which improves the prognosis of the tooth with no adverse effects to the strength of the filling.

A white composite filling was then bonded in place and shaped so as to mimic a natural tooth.  The end result is aesthetically pleasing and barely visible to the eye - this picture is zoomed in so as to make the filling visible.

Much larger fillings on back teeth as well as small fillings on front teeth can be done to achieve a similar natural aesthetic result.

Veneers

This lady was unhappy with both the colour and shape of the upper teeth.  After a thorough clinical assessment it was agreed that placing veneers on the 2 central front teeth and a veneer of the tooth set back to the right of the picture would result in a greatly improved smile.

The results speak for themselves - with a simple minimally-invasive procedure the smile is hugely improved.  Please note the post-op photo is taken from a slight angle rather than directly from the front.

Crowns

This lady was unhappy with the dark lines above the 3 crowns that are clearly visible in the smile.  Tooth whitening had already been completed to ensure the natural teeth were improved and to allow matching of the crown shade for a better result.

The new crowns now fit right up to the gum, hiding the join, and improved colour and shape help them to blend into the smile much better.

Crowns can be placed on any tooth to improve aesthetics and also repair heavily damaged teeth.

Dentures

This lady felt that her dentures did not show enough tooth at rest or when she smiled, unlike her previous teeth.  However she was happy with the fit of the denture, finding them very comfortable.  Using old photos that she brought in to give a guide, the front 6 teeth were reset on the existing denture to provide the improved appearance that she wanted.

In this case we were able to greatly improve the denture appearance whilst retaining the comfortable base that she was happy with.  This allowed us to achieve the desired results whilst keeping the cost of treatment down.  Most times a new denture will provide an all-round improvement of both looks and feel.

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My Work -  Take a look at some of our previous work

Hygienist services

This patient presented with a large amount of calculus (tartar) and staining on the back of the lower front teeth.  As can be seen, this was irritating the gums and causing them to become inflamed - a key sign of periodontal (gum) disease.  Left untreated, this can lead to local problems, such as gum recession, bone loss and tooth movement or loss, as well as systemic problems such as double the risk of cardiovascular (heart) disease.

Afterwards the improvement can clearly be seen, with the gums looking a much more healthy pink colour, showing the inflammation has gone, as well as looking far better with the removal of the staining.

This can sometimes take a number of visits - for this patient this was able to achieved in 2 visits, in conjunction with advice to help improve the effectiveness of brushing.

Tooth whitening

This gentleman was unhappy with the colour of his teeth.  Pre-treatment assessment showed that they were around a C2 or D3 shade, which is a relatively average colour.  A number of defects in the surface of the front teeth along the edge also give a darker appearance.

After a 2 week course of professional tooth whitening the teeth had improved to a B1 shade, which is the lightest natural shade possible.  The defects had also lightened to the point where they are no longer visible and the overall result is much better - in real life the teeth have a real gleam to them.

This is not a unique case as most teeth will respond in a similar manner, although results do vary depending on the starting point.  This will be discussed with you to ensure that you will be happy with the outcome.

White filling

This young patient had decay in the top surface of an upper molar tooth.  After cleaning out the soft decay, stained but not decayed tooth was left underneath to minimise tooth loss, which improves the prognosis of the tooth with no adverse effects to the strength of the filling.

A white composite filling was then bonded in place and shaped so as to mimic a natural tooth.  The end result is aesthetically pleasing and barely visible to the eye - this picture is zoomed in so as to make the filling visible.

Much larger fillings on back teeth as well as small fillings on front teeth can be done to achieve a similar natural aesthetic result.

Bridge

This gentleman had an upper partial denture to replace the 2 front missing teeth but was finding it increasingly uncomfortable and also damaging to the gums around the remaining upper teeth.  It was agreed that a fixed bridge across the front 6 teeth would provide a more secure, comfortable and aesthetically pleasing outcome.  As can be seen, neat preparations of the adjacent teeth were made to allow the bridge to be retained, and the final result shows how the bridge restores the space.

Bridges can be used to fill smaller as well as larger spaces, depending on the support from the surrounding teeth.  Different designs of bridge can be used to minimise tooth loss or create better support, this is dependent on a clinical assessment and discussion on the desired outcome.

Crowns

This lady was unhappy with the dark lines above the 3 crowns that are clearly visible in the smile.  Tooth whitening had already been completed to ensure the natural teeth were improved and to allow matching of the crown shade for a better result.

The new crowns now fit right up to the gum, hiding the join, and improved colour and shape help them to blend into the smile much better.

Crowns can be placed on any tooth to improve aesthetics and also repair heavily damaged teeth.

Veneers

This lady was unhappy with both the colour and shape of the upper teeth.  After a thorough clinical assessment it was agreed that placing veneers on the 2 central front teeth and a veneer of the tooth set back to the right of the picture would result in a greatly improved smile.

The results speak for themselves - with a simple minimally-invasive procedure the smile is hugely improved.  Please note the post-op photo is taken from a slight angle rather than directly from the front.

Dentures

This lady felt that her dentures did not show enough tooth at rest or when she smiled, unlike her previous teeth.  However she was happy with the fit of the denture, finding them very comfortable.  Using old photos that she brought in to give a guide, the front 6 teeth were reset on the existing denture to provide the improved appearance that she wanted.

In this case we were able to greatly improve the denture appearance whilst retaining the comfortable base that she was happy with.  This allowed us to achieve the desired results whilst keeping the cost of treatment down.  Most times a new denture will provide an all-round improvement of both looks and feel.

My Work -  Take a look at some of our previous work

Hygienist services

This patient presented with a large amount of calculus (tartar) and staining on the back of the lower front teeth.  As can be seen, this was irritating the gums and causing them to become inflamed - a key sign of periodontal (gum) disease.  Left untreated, this can lead to local problems, such as gum recession, bone loss and tooth movement or loss, as well as systemic problems such as double the risk of cardiovascular (heart) disease.

Afterwards the improvement can clearly be seen, with the gums looking a much more healthy pink colour, showing the inflammation has gone, as well as looking far better with the removal of the staining.

This can sometimes take a number of visits - for this patient this was able to achieved in 2 visits, in conjunction with advice to help improve the effectiveness of brushing.

Tooth whitening

 

This gentleman was unhappy with the colour of his teeth.  Pre-treatment assessment showed that they were around a C2 or D3 shade, which is a relatively average colour.  A number of defects in the surface of the front teeth along the edge also give a darker appearance.

After a 2 week course of professional tooth whitening the teeth had improved to a B1 shade, which is the lightest natural shade possible.  The defects had also lightened to the point where they are no longer visible and the overall result is much better - in real life the teeth have a real gleam to them.

This is not a unique case as most teeth will respond in a similar manner, although results do vary depending on the starting point.  This will be discussed with you to ensure that you will be happy with the outcome.

White filling

This young patient had decay in the top surface of an upper molar tooth.  After cleaning out the soft decay, stained but not decayed tooth was left underneath to minimise tooth loss, which improves the prognosis of the tooth with no adverse effects to the strength of the filling.

A white composite filling was then bonded in place and shaped so as to mimic a natural tooth.  The end result is aesthetically pleasing and barely visible to the eye - this picture is zoomed in so as to make the filling visible.

Much larger fillings on back teeth as well as small fillings on front teeth can be done to achieve a similar natural aesthetic result.

Bridge

This gentleman had an upper partial denture to replace the 2 front missing teeth but was finding it increasingly uncomfortable and also damaging to the gums around the remaining upper teeth.  It was agreed that a fixed bridge across the front 6 teeth would provide a more secure, comfortable and aesthetically pleasing outcome.  As can be seen, neat preparations of the adjacent teeth were made to allow the bridge to be retained, and the final result shows how the bridge restores the space.

Bridges can be used to fill smaller as well as larger spaces, depending on the support from the surrounding teeth.  Different designs of bridge can be used to minimise tooth loss or create better support, this is dependent on a clinical assessment and discussion on the desired outcome.

Crowns

This lady was unhappy with the dark lines above the 3 crowns that are clearly visible in the smile.  Tooth whitening had already been completed to ensure the natural teeth were improved and to allow matching of the crown shade for a better result.

The new crowns now fit right up to the gum, hiding the join, and improved colour and shape help them to blend into the smile much better.

Crowns can be placed on any tooth to improve aesthetics and also repair heavily damaged teeth.

Veneers

This lady was unhappy with both the colour and shape of the upper teeth.  After a thorough clinical assessment it was agreed that placing veneers on the 2 central front teeth and a veneer of the tooth set back to the right of the picture would result in a greatly improved smile.

The results speak for themselves - with a simple minimally-invasive procedure the smile is hugely improved.  Please note the post-op photo is taken from a slight angle rather than directly from the front.

Dentures

This lady felt that her dentures did not show enough tooth at rest or when she smiled, unlike her previous teeth.  However she was happy with the fit of the denture, finding them very comfortable.  Using old photos that she brought in to give a guide, the front 6 teeth were reset on the existing denture to provide the improved appearance that she wanted.

In this case we were able to greatly improve the denture appearance whilst retaining the comfortable base that she was happy with.  This allowed us to achieve the desired results whilst keeping the cost of treatment down.  Most times a new denture will provide an all-round improvement of both looks and feel.

My Work -  Take a look at some of our previous work

Hygienist services

This patient presented with a large amount of calculus (tartar) and staining on the back of the lower front teeth.  As can be seen, this was irritating the gums and causing them to become inflamed - a key sign of periodontal (gum) disease.  Left untreated, this can lead to local problems, such as gum recession, bone loss and tooth movement or loss, as well as systemic problems such as double the risk of cardiovascular (heart) disease.

Afterwards the improvement can clearly be seen, with the gums looking a much more healthy pink colour, showing the inflammation has gone, as well as looking far better with the removal of the staining.

This can sometimes take a number of visits - for this patient this was able to achieved in 2 visits, in conjunction with advice to help improve the effectiveness of brushing.

Tooth whitening

 

This gentleman was unhappy with the colour of his teeth.  Pre-treatment assessment showed that they were around a C2 or D3 shade, which is a relatively average colour.  A number of defects in the surface of the front teeth along the edge also give a darker appearance.

After a 2 week course of professional tooth whitening the teeth had improved to a B1 shade, which is the lightest natural shade possible.  The defects had also lightened to the point where they are no longer visible and the overall result is much better - in real life the teeth have a real gleam to them.

This is not a unique case as most teeth will respond in a similar manner, although results do vary depending on the starting point.  This will be discussed with you to ensure that you will be happy with the outcome.

White filling

This young patient had decay in the top surface of an upper molar tooth.  After cleaning out the soft decay, stained but not decayed tooth was left underneath to minimise tooth loss, which improves the prognosis of the tooth with no adverse effects to the strength of the filling.

A white composite filling was then bonded in place and shaped so as to mimic a natural tooth.  The end result is aesthetically pleasing and barely visible to the eye - this picture is zoomed in so as to make the filling visible.

Much larger fillings on back teeth as well as small fillings on front teeth can be done to achieve a similar natural aesthetic result.

Bridge

This gentleman had an upper partial denture to replace the 2 front missing teeth but was finding it increasingly uncomfortable and also damaging to the gums around the remaining upper teeth.  It was agreed that a fixed bridge across the front 6 teeth would provide a more secure, comfortable and aesthetically pleasing outcome.  As can be seen, neat preparations of the adjacent teeth were made to allow the bridge to be retained, and the final result shows how the bridge restores the space.

Bridges can be used to fill smaller as well as larger spaces, depending on the support from the surrounding teeth.  Different designs of bridge can be used to minimise tooth loss or create better support, this is dependent on a clinical assessment and discussion on the desired outcome.

Crowns

This lady was unhappy with the dark lines above the 3 crowns that are clearly visible in the smile.  Tooth whitening had already been completed to ensure the natural teeth were improved and to allow matching of the crown shade for a better result.

The new crowns now fit right up to the gum, hiding the join, and improved colour and shape help them to blend into the smile much better.

Crowns can be placed on any tooth to improve aesthetics and also repair heavily damaged teeth.

Veneers

This lady was unhappy with both the colour and shape of the upper teeth.  After a thorough clinical assessment it was agreed that placing veneers on the 2 central front teeth and a veneer of the tooth set back to the right of the picture would result in a greatly improved smile.

The results speak for themselves - with a simple minimally-invasive procedure the smile is hugely improved.  Please note the post-op photo is taken from a slight angle rather than directly from the front.

Dentures

This lady felt that her dentures did not show enough tooth at rest or when she smiled, unlike her previous teeth.  However she was happy with the fit of the denture, finding them very comfortable.  Using old photos that she brought in to give a guide, the front 6 teeth were reset on the existing denture to provide the improved appearance that she wanted.

In this case we were able to greatly improve the denture appearance whilst retaining the comfortable base that she was happy with.  This allowed us to achieve the desired results whilst keeping the cost of treatment down.  Most times a new denture will provide an all-round improvement of both looks and feel.

My Work -  Take a look at some of our previous work