Smile Makeover

smileWe’re all in search of that perfect Hollywood smile. Whether it be for the benefit of wedding photos, our own personal well being – or even to impress others – more and more people are seeking to boost the appearance of their teeth.

It’s a lot easier today than you might imagine, with a whole range of options out there allowing you to give your smile a makeover. You may wish to choose a full set of options to achieve that perfect smile or perhaps there are is one or only several things you would like have done to your teeth for your benefit.

Want to learn more? Well, read on then and find out more.

A smile makeover

The name says it all – a smile makeover involves the improvement of your smile. How this can be achieved varies. It might include wearing braces, having veneers affixed or getting your teeth whitened. You and your dentist will be able to decide what’s best, and most practical for you.

So, shall we look at some of the procedures available?

Let’s start with crooked teeth. The traditional manner in which teeth can be straightened is through braces.

Did you know there are a number of advances from the age of train tracks though?

Orthodontics now allow for far more discreet braces. For example, Invisalign is a clear brace which is hard to detect and can even be taken out by the patient. There are also veneers, which are placed over the teeth and are another way in which the patient can go for their dreamed-of smile.

Do you have chipped teeth?

Well, not a problem. Porcelain veneers, crowns or bonding procedures are all available to treat the problem.


How about missing teeth?

If you opt for a smile makeover your dentist may opt for dental implants or bridges to tackle this problem. In some cases dentures can be also be used.

If you have gaps between the teeth these can be closed using veneers to provide a more even and rounded smile. Alternatively, braces can be used to efficiently achieve the desired effect.

Gummy smiles can be improved via gum contouring, normally undertaken via a laser.

Another bugbear of some people is smile lines. You may be interested to know botox and dermal filler treatments may be available to help the patient towards their desired smile and overall appearance.

If any or all of the above apply to you then the dentist should be able to address each and every one, where possible, in order to give you that perfect smile. A smile makeover to be proud of!

It sounds good but how much will it cost?

Well, prices will range depending on the extent of treatment which you offer to have undertaken. So, costing could range from £3,000 for a simple smile makeover to £40,000 if a large number of procedures are required. The best option is to speak to dental surgeries and find the best option that suits you. Smile!

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