Dentist In Farnborough

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Treatments » Cosmetic Dentistry

We can offer the following procedures to improve your smile.

Tooth Whitening
Teeth can become stained by the food and drink we consume.

Smoking can stain teeth and the natural tooth shade will darken with age.

Tooth whitening is a simple procedure to lighten the colour of your teeth. The degree of whiteness will vary from patient to patient.

A custom made mouth tray is made and whitening gel is placed into it. This is worn for a few hours during the day, or at night. Results are normally seen in 2 – 4 weeks.

Porcelain veneers
Veneers can be used to improve the colour, shape or alignment of teeth. A veneer is a facing which is placed over the front surface of the tooth, in a similar way to placing false finger nails.

Very little preparation of the tooth is needed as veneers are very thin and they are held in place by a strong adhesive bond.

White Fillings
Many cavities in teeth can be restored with natural tooth coloured materials which are almost invisible. It may also be possible to replace existing silver amalgam fillings with a tooth coloured filling material.

Composite Bonding
Composite tooth coloured material, can be used to improve the appearance of front teeth. It can be used to change the shape of the teeth and to close unsightly gaps. It can also replace chipped or missing corners.

Little or no preparation of tooth surfaces is required meaning that we can enhance your smile whilst maintaining healthy tooth structure.

Modern orthodontics has produced many different systems of braces and there is now an option to suit every life style to give you the straight teeth you have always wanted.

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Dentist In Farnborough
Last Update: 23-Jun-2024
General dentistry in Farnborough – Our dentists offer treatment like oral surgery, root canal treatment, nervous patients treatments at general dentistry.