Smile Makeover

Perfect Smile Makeover Specialists

Everyone wants to have healthy teeth and gums, fresh breath and to choose whatever we want to eat without worrying about pain or discomfort. We also want to be able to smile with the assurance of knowing that our smile looks good, too.

Smile makeovers involve the improvement of your dental appearance through a range of dental treatments. We know that having a less than perfect smile can really affect your confidence and we have the range of skills and treatment to advise you on how your best smile can be achieved.

Sometimes a single, simple change can make a huge difference; sometimes you may need more complex treatment to achieve your desired result.  

Whether it’s changing the shape of your teeth, using white filling materials, porcelain veneers, crowns or tooth augmentation; straightening teeth, using Six Months Smiles, orthodontic appliances or cosmetic contouring; replacing visible amalgam fillings with tooth coloured alternatives; or filling spaces, with implants, bridges or dentures, we can provide advice on what will work for you and for your budget to give you a healthy and a happy smile.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Yes, you can work with your Smile Makeover specialist to choose the colour, shape, and size of your new teeth to achieve your desired look.

Yes, a Smile Makeover can improve your oral health by addressing issues such as cavities, gum disease, misaligned teeth, and bite problems.

You may need to avoid certain foods and drinks immediately following certain procedures, but in general, you can eat and drink normally during a Smile Makeover.

Yes, modern dental materials and techniques used in Smile Makeovers are designed to create natural-looking results that blend seamlessly with your existing teeth.

Yes, gaps between teeth can be corrected through treatments such as dental bonding, veneers, or orthodontics as part of a Smile Makeover.

To maintain your Smile Makeover results, practice good oral hygiene, visit your dentist regularly for check-ups and cleanings, and avoid habits that can damage your teeth.