Improve the appearance of your smile with a bespoke cosmetic treatment plan.
What is cosmetic dentistry?
Cosmetic dentistry focuses on improving the appearance of your teeth by altering the colour, position, shape, size, alignment and overall smile appearance.
Many people are uncomfortable with the way their teeth appear. Your smile has a huge effect on your confidence, as it is the first thing people see when they greet them. If you have discoloured teeth from smoking, or too much red wine, tea or coffee, missing teeth from an accident or decay, tooth fillings and crowns from previous dental procedures, then Larkfield Dental Practice can offer advice and a range of cosmetic treatments to get your smile back to pearly white and boost your confidence!
Is cosmetic dentistry all about Hollywood smiles?
No. In most cases cosmetic dentistry is about ensuring your smile looks the best it can possibly look, rather than creating a white, carbon copy Hollywood smile.
Can I get cosmetic dentistry on the NHS?
In most cases NHS dental services are restorative rather than cosmetic. If you are having a number of different services be sure to confirm which items will be provided on the NHS and which will be provided privately.
What cosmetic dentistry procedures does Larkfield Dental Practice Offer?
As a cosmetic dentist, we offer white fillings, bridges, crowns, veneers, teeth whitening and teeth straightening to name a few.
How do I determine which treatments are right for me?
Every patient that attends the practice is treated as an individual, ensuring that we will always find the most appropriate solution to meet your individual needs, with our high-level attention to detail and outstanding patient care.
Prior to any cosmetic dental treatment your highly trained cosmetic dentist will provide you with a detailed treatment plan outlining all the options and enough information to ensure that you are able to make an informed decision.
How much does it cost?
This will depend on the treatments you choose to have. It is important to ensure that prior to undergoing any treatment that you have a discussion with the dentist about the aims of the treatment, expectations, long term maintenance and consequences to the health of the teeth.