Smile Design

Many people dream of having a flawless smile, but believe it’s only achievable for the rich and famous. That’s not the case!

We want to make everyone feel like a million dollars - so we’ve developed a treatment option that allows you to create a smile that’s perfect for you.  We call this Smile Design.

What is Smile Design?

As the name suggests, Smile Design allows us to work with you to literally design your ideal smile. By looking at every aspect of your mouth, we can combine individual treatments into a bespoke menu. This could include straightening misaligned teeth, closing gaps, changing the length or shape of teeth, reducing a gummy smile, and whitening your teeth.

Which treatments are involved?

Some patients are looking for a pearly-white Hollywood smile, where some want to straighten their teeth. Our skilful and experienced team discuss your concerns and goals, to give you the beautiful, natural smile you’ve always wanted.

As Smile Design is totally tailored to you, your treatment plan is unique and will focus on the elements you want to address.

Treatments that could make up your Smile Design include:

  • Straightening misaligned teeth, with the use of discreet cosmetic straightening treatments such as Invisalign, which can work in as little as 6 months
  • Whitening teeth with hygiene appointments or professional teeth whitening
  • Repairing chipped, cracked or broken teeth with cosmetic bonding, veneers or crowns
  • Replacing missing or unhealthy teeth with dental implants, a bridge or dentures
  • Correcting the appearance of existing silver fillings, by replacing them with white ones
  • Closing gaps with veneers, orthodontics or cosmetic bonding
  • Altering the gum line for a less gummy smile, with gum contouring
  • Rejuvenating your appearance and reducing fine lines with facial aesthetics treatments

With so many cosmetic dental treatments available, there are lots of decisions to make, but don't worry — our dentists are here to walk you through your options, and help you to create a treatment plan that’s right for you.