Cosmetic dentistry encompasses a wide range of procedures meant to give you the perfect smile, from tooth whitening and veneers to composite bonding and full smile makeovers. Treatment to enhance your smile for aesthetic purposes is only accessible privately.

Cosmetic treatment options

Your confidence might suffer if you have missing or crooked teeth, or if you are uncomfortable with cracks, gaps, chips, or stains. Cosmetic dentistry procedures might help you gain confidence and produce a smile you’re pleased of. Among our cosmetic alternatives are:

Teeth whitening

Teeth whitening is the procedure of bleaching your teeth to make them whiter. Teeth can darken or get discoloured over time as a result of smoking or drinking coffee, tea, or red wine.

Professional whitening procedures remove stains fast and safely, without causing tooth harm. And there are two options: in-office therapy or at-home teeth whitening products. We’ve seen thousands of patients gain confidence as a result of a whiter smile.

Teeth straightening

Orthodontic treatments aid in the alignment of crowded or crooked teeth. Invisalign treatment, lingual braces, and aesthetic teeth straightening are among the inconspicuous orthodontic procedures available. During your initial session, your dentist will explain the best options for you.

Orthodontics are accessible on the NHS if there is a clinical necessity for treatment in kids under the age of 18. If teeth straightening is necessary for cosmetic reasons, only private treatment is offered. Orthodontic therapy is accessible for everyone who wants to improve their smile, not only youngsters. For teeth straightening, we always recommend consulting with an expert dentist or orthodontist.


A veneer is a thin, custom-made porcelain molding that is glued to a tooth’s front surface. Veneers are a quick and efficient way to fix misaligned, discoloured, deformed, or damaged teeth, as well as a gap filler when orthodontics isn’t an option.

Veneers have a natural appearance because they resemble the form, size, and colour of your real teeth. A single veneer might be used to cover a single discoloured tooth, or multiple veneers can be used to restore your complete smile.

Composite bonding

Composite bonding, often known as chipped tooth restoration or cosmetic bonding, can improve the appearance of your teeth. It is commonly used to cover fractures, chips, or minor gaps between teeth, as well as to conceal discolorations.

To restore the look of a tooth, a composite resin is applied and sculpted. The resin’s colour will match your teeth, making it appear to be a natural component of the tooth