Cosmetic dentistry provides a wealth of ways for a dentist to make over your smile. Elmsleigh House Dental Clinic in Farnham has an extensive menu of cosmetic dentistry options, all designed to create the smile of your dreams.
If any aspect of your current smile is making you frown, why not book a consultation with a Farnham cosmetic dentist?One in four adults in the UK dislike their smile so much that it negatively affects their confidence, as well as their relationships with others in both the personal and professional sphere. At Elmsleigh House Dental Clinic in Farnham we believe that everyone deserves a smile to be proud of. Our cosmetic dentistry team is committed to helping that dream smile become a reality for anyone who walks through our doors.
Cosmetic dentistry covers a broad spectrum of treatments and every patient’s journey will be unique. There is no such thing as a quick-fix in the world of cosmetic dentistry, but at our Farnham clinic we do offer some fast ways to give your smile a boost, perhaps in time for a special occasion such as a graduation, holiday, or wedding.
When you come into our Farnham clinic for a consultation with a cosmetic dentist, they will discuss all the relevant treatment options with you and only when you are entirely happy with your choices will a customised treatment plan be drawn up.
Among the quick ways to boost your smile at our Farnham practice are:
One of the most popular treatments in cosmetic dentistry, when carried out by a dentist teeth whitening is a fast, safe, and effective way to brighten up your smile. We use home teeth whitening at our Farnham clinic.
Teeth whitening is suitable for most people aged over 18, but not if you have gum disease, are pregnant or are breastfeeding. Our dentists will assess whether teeth whitening would be suitable for you before starting any treatment.
Veneers are very thin porcelain shells placed over the front surfaces of your teeth. They are an excellent option to improve the appearance of permanently stained, crooked, or chipped teeth, as well as closing up small gaps between the teeth when orthodontics is not an option.