Sometimes all it takes is just a smile make-over, for example getting your teeth straightened or maybe a crown or new, white fillings. But if you have a more complex problem, such as missing, damaged or decayed teeth, and possibly other dental problems that just seem overwhelming to tackle, we can still help you.
If you need a full-mouth rehabilitation, complex does not mean complicated. With today’s technology and our dentists who are trained and experienced at using the entire spectrum of restorative dentistry it is possible to bring your teeth back to health and full function.
Restoring functionality and appearance
Healthy gums and a full set of teeth come with benefits such as the ability to enjoy all kinds of food again. Allowing you to bite and chew food properly again makes it possible for nutrients to be fully absorbed as they pass through the digestive tract.
A complete set of healthy teeth also improves your quality of life because you can smile with confidence again – and that’s priceless.
The smile renew process
- Step one
Meet our team. We can arrange a free 15-minute consultation if you want to meet our friendly staff and the dentist who will be performing your treatment. After this visit we can book a full-mouth assessment. This step can be skipped if you already know that you want to get The Works done.
- Step two
During this full-mouth assessment our dentist will spend a lot of time to get to know you and discuss your needs and expectations. We will do a detailed examination of your mouth including all necessary digital X-rays as well as a full-mouth, panoramic X-ray. We will also take high-definition intra-oral photos. This helps you to see what we see, and it helps you to better understand all the available treatment options we are going to discuss with you.
Depending on your individual situation, we will suggest a range of procedures such as:
- Sure Smile clear aligners to straighten your teeth
- Fastbraces to straighten your teeth and correct your bite
- White fillings
- Teeth whitening
- Veneers to change the shape, colour and surface texture of unsightly but healthy teeth
- Crowns to restore fractured teeth, to strengthen teeth that had or will need root canal treatment, or to encase discoloured teeth
- Implants to replace individual missing teeth
- Implant-based partial or full dentures to replace multiple or all missing teeth
- Root canal treatment to treat infected teeth before they can be crowned
- Extraction of teeth that cannot be saved
After this visit we will ensure you understand all options available to you. We will also supply you with a detailed estimate for every step along the way. We can also discuss options to finance larger treatment plans if needed.
We want you to leave our surgery with a true and honest understanding of your mouth and its implications on general health. If we can achieve this, we have done our work as oral health professionals.
There is no obligation for you to accept the treatment recommended.
- Step three
Once you are happy and comfortable with the treatment option that suits your circumstances, we can start the treatment. We have the most advanced dental equipment available. This will help us perform your dental treatment as comfortably as possible in the fewest possible visits.
- Step four
During this phase we will work with you on a programme to ensure we actively maintain your restored oral health and your new smile. We will recommend regular visits and introduce you to our friendly hygienists. They are critical team members who help to prevent any new problems and to maintain the healthy smile we have achieved together.
Thinking of renewing your smile? Request an information pack!
Before and after smile renew