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Everyone wants to look their best, so if you’re looking for ways to improve your smile and boost your confidence, now may be a good time to start planning. Devonshire Dental Care’s team are ready to assist you in achieving that beautiful smile. We are confident that we can help you enhance your smile thanks to our experience and the variety of Cosmetic Dentistry procedures we have available.

Let’s look at typical issues that can ruin a smile and how our dentists can help you restore them.

Dental Treatments for Missing Teeth

Dentures, Bridges, and Dental implants are the common three options for tooth replacement. All three techniques have advantages and disadvantages, which we will go through with you at your initial appointment. Although they do require some minor surgery, Dental Implants are sturdy, long-lasting, and generally trouble-free once they have been installed, so we do advise that you give them some thought. Although they require proper maintenance, they are also simpler to maintain, clean, and care for than other options. Implants have a larger initial cost, but in our opinion, the advantages they provide for your oral health and a better smile make it well worth it.

Straighten Uneven Teeth

Many people keep their teeth uneven because they don’t want to be seen having Braces. While the visible varieties are still accessible, we can also help you in having a straighter and more even set of teeth without the shame of the traditional “train track” metal braces thanks to our assortment of nearly invisible braces. There are two primary categories of invisible braces: those made merely for cosmetic purposes to straighten out the front teeth that show more when you smile, and those made for more complicated orthodontic issues. While some of these are removable for cleaning and eating, others—typically those that are for slight correction and don’t need to be worn for as long—are not. However, in both situations, they make it possible for you to have straighter teeth in a lot less obvious manner, allowing you to achieve the look you desire while still going about your regular life without worrying.

Cracked or broken teeth

Sometimes a tooth becomes chipped or broken to the point where it needs to be restored to avoid further decay and, possibly, infection of the root canal. This isn’t always the case, though, and the enamel might chip in a way that doesn’t immediately endanger the tooth’s health but is still obvious enough to change the appearance of your smile. There are a few treatments available that you can use to fix issues like this. The use of Composite Bonding is one. This is a straightforward approach to restore the appearance of a tooth that has been negatively impacted in this way. Though it is usually temporary, it can eventually turn discoloured. Installing Porcelain Veneers to replace the tooth’s broken enamel surface is a more long-lasting and cosmetic option to restore a tooth that has been damaged in this way.

Teeth Whitening for Discoloured Teeth

The number one reason why people are not happy with their smile, besides a missing front tooth, is probably having teeth that have been stained or discoloured over time. Our team of cosmetic dentists can assist you in restoring your smile, whether your teeth are discoloured due to eating certain foods or have just lost their lustre over time. In the comfort of your own home, you may restore the whiteness of your teeth with the help of our personalised at-home teeth whitening procedure. The entire painless process just requires a few weeks and may be completed while watching TV, reading, or doing other activities.  Even the most dental-phobic patient can feel at ease with this non-invasive procedure. You’ll love the outcomes, we’re confident of it!

Contact our Dental Office to Improve your Smile

The year 2023 marks a fresh start for many of us. Why not plan a consultation at Devonshire Dental Care to learn how we may assist you in making it the year that you are once more satisfied with your smile? To schedule your appointment to discuss which treatment is best for your personal smile makeover, please call our Glasgow dental office at 0141 339 3123.