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COSMETIC DENTISTRY IS THE EFFECTIVE WAY TO GAIN A SMILE THAT’S WHITER, BRIGHTER AND HEALTHIER. FROM TOOTH WHITENING AND VENEERS TO BRIDGES AND DENTURES, OUR TREATMENTS CAN STRAIGHTEN, REPAIR, RESHAPE AND LIGHTEN THE TEETH.

Problems with your teeth can be inhibiting because you can be reluctant to smile openly or feel self-conscious when you meet people.

Whether you want your teeth to be whiter or straighter, to get rid of old amalgam fillings, get rid of gaps in your mouth or have better-looking dentures, cosmetic dentistry can restore your confidence by improving the appearance of your teeth and making your smile instantly more attractive.

Our team use the very latest techniques in cosmetic dentistry. And for those plagued by missing teeth, we offer extensive expertise in dental implant treatment.

The techniques and treatments we offer include:

Whatever tooth issue you want to resolve, we’re confident our experienced team can provide the right cosmetic dentistry solution for you.

Our dentists adhere to the General Dental Council (GDC) principles that are outlined in its “Standards for Dental Professionals”.

Our aim is to provide all patients with high-quality dental care and treatment in a relaxing and welcoming environment. Your overall oral health is paramount so, when planning cosmetic procedures, our dentists will focus on the optimum outcome for you. Each thorough consultation will outline treatment options and any questions you have will be answered in detail.

We will also provide you with a guaranteed quote for any cosmetic dental treatment you undergo.

Contact our Welcome Team on 01252 713797 or email info@elmsleighhouse.co.uk for more information about our cosmetic dentistry treatments.

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