People come to the cosmetic dentist in Bromley for all sort of reasons. From drastic turn arounds to small fixes, we at Bromley Dental Practice are here to help you feel less self-conscious about your teeth.
None of us are perfect, and neither are our teeth. But some lifestyles and incidents can cause the teeth to change or show signs of wear. Perhaps the teeth become misaligned from habits as a child, such as thumb sucking, or overtime they may get stained from certain foods and drinks. The older we get, the easier it is to take our teeth for granted and half-heartedly brush them or miss dental check-ups.
Luckily, there is hope for those who have let their teeth go, as you can get yourself down to our cosmetic dentist in Bromley. We offer a wide range of solutions to help get your teeth back on track.
Restoring the teeth
We can help to restore your teeth, in a subtle way, that doesn’t involve big ugly pointers that let the world know you are having treatment. Inlays and onlays
are made of a tooth coloured porcelain and they fill large cavities by covering the surface of the tooth. We also offer white fillings that can replace unsightly metal fillings.
Lightening the teeth
If you feel self-conscious about the colour of your teeth, we can make them lighter for you using a bleach agent. We like to make a noticeable difference, but not make it look unnatural. You can choose from power whitening in the dentist’s chair, which takes about an hour, or home whitening which takes two weeks.
If it’s just the odd tooth that is miscoloured, we offer veneers, a thin tooth-coloured piece of porcelain that is placed on top of the tooth, made to match the colour of the surrounding tooth. Veneers can also be used for chipped or misaligned teeth.
Straightening the teeth
Having straight teeth benefits your general overall oral health, as well as improves the aesthetics of your smile. But it doesn’t have to mean metal braces. Invisible braces allow you to wear a clear removable appliance. We also offer the Inman Aligner, which corrects the teeth using a single clear wire.