What we treat
If you find any of the following issues when you smile:
– Dark or grey teeth
– Brown or yellowish teeth
– Misshapen teeth
– “Lengthening” of the teeth
– Exposed roots
we would recommend you to book an appointment for cosmetic dental treatment. Contact a qualified dentist immediately to identify the most suitable intervention for you.
Who takes care of cosmetic dentistry in our studio?
How do we take care of our patients cosmetic dentistry?
The primary cosmetic interventions are whitening, covering any exposed dental roots, closing “black” spaces and dental veneers.
Whitening is intended to improve the colour of the teeth. The intervention in the studio consists of applying a hydrogen-peroxide based whitening agent in either a single appointment or in two, depending on the individual patient.
In the case of gum recession on the other hand – which may be caused, for example, by over-rigorous brushing – one part of the root is exposed and the tooth appears longer. This cosmetic concern can be treated with a surgical intervention to cover the exposed section of root.
Increased space between the teeth can create dark areas between the teeth. This cosmetic concern can be reduced by using a composite resin to correct the profiles of the adjacent teeth.
In cases where, aside from the colour, there are cosmetic concerns regarding the shape of the teeth, covering a part of the tooth in wafer-thin porcelain “sheets” (dental veneers) may be an effective solution for improving the aesthetic appeal of the smile.
To find out more
What is cosmetic dentistry?
Cosmetic dentistry is the branch of dentistry dealing with improving the aesthetic appeal of the patient’s teeth. Appearance plays a vital role in our society. Ensuring a beautiful smile should not be considered vain, rather it is a way of making the most of yourself and your social status.
The most common interventions are:
– whitening of natural teeth
– covering exposed roots with gingival grafts
– correcting the black spaces between the teeth, often caused by periodontitis (pyorrhoea)
– correcting anomalies in the shape of the teeth
– applying porcelain dental veneers