Many people are unhappy with the look of their smiles, this may be because of stains, discoloured teeth or overbites, etc.
This is why smile correction treatments have become very popular – they offer quick fixes for each cosmetic concern you might have.
‘In 2018, seven out of 10 people in Britain visited the dentist for smile correction treatment’ – Health at Glance
But when patients begin to consider the smile makeover treatment, they really only have two questions: how fast is the process and of course, how much will it cost?
We cover the answers to these questions below…
What is a smile makeover?
A smile makeover describes the dental process of upgrading the overall look and appearance of your smile through cosmetic dentistry treatments.
The purpose of undergoing a smile correction is to enhance the appearance of your teeth.
Cosmetic dentistry fixes:
Here, at Smile More Dental we know that no two treatments are the same.
That’s why we create and customise bespoke treatment plans for our patients to help them achieve their perfect smile as well as helping their oral health strengthen after treatment.
Benefits of a smile makeover:
Because of the wide range of treatment options and solutions smile makeovers cover means that it offers a wealth of benefits
Due to the wide range of treatment options and solutions that these makeovers offer, you can also expect a wealth of benefits to follow.
- Minimally-invasive procedures
- Fast treatments
- Less painful and more comfortable
- A heightened appearance
- Improved oral health and strength
How long does a smile makeover take?
Smile More Dental will begin your smile makeover with a consultation that will walk you through all your cosmetic options.
Once you have committed to a treatment plan, then we will be able to schedule your procedure.
The length of time it usually takes to complete your smile makeover can vary.
This is because each case is truly unique depending on the oral problems of the patient and what treatment they opt for.
But it is possible for us to do more than one more treatment in a day, which will save you time.
However, other treatments like tooth implants need to be carried out more sequentially.
This will be because the orthodontic work needs to be completed to ensure the correct spacing of the teeth and the roots before the implant is fitted.
Average timings for procedures:
- Teeth whitening: Can take an hour or less in our dental practice
- Bonding: Can also be completed within the hour – unless there are multiple teeth involved
- Dental crowns: Anywhere from one day to one week
- Veneers: One week to be designed and created in the lab as well as fitted
- Dental braces: Anywhere from weeks, months to years
Create your perfect smile
- Start by designing your smile with computer imaging
- Have a 3D model of your designed smile created
- Trial your smile
- Wear your new smile with the final restorations and colour added
Considering improving your smile? We’ve seen time and time again how it’s bettered our patient’s lives and confidence.
Call us on 020 7586 1210 or use the button to book your free consultation today.
Dr Paul Abrahams is the principal dentist at SmileMore and has worked in North London for 21 years providing general and cosmetic dental care.
Dr Paul Abrahams heads up the SmileMore Dental Care team. He qualified at Guys Dental Hospital in 1989, and has undertaken extensive postgraduate studies in cosmetic and aesthetic dentistry since.
Last Updated on