How many treatments can I incorporate into a smile makeover?
There is no limit to the number of treatments that can be incorporated into a smile makeover and we will detail every option and then help you decide what will work best for your individual situation. Sometimes it only requires a tooth whitening treatment to achieve the required result.
We can use clear Invisalign or IAS aligners, six months smile braces, lingual braces (on the inside of the teeth) or an Inman aligner whilst whitening is done at the same time or before.
Tooth bonding might also be required. Sometimes after whitening or orthodontics, some teeth might still appear worn or misshapen and in these situations, we can bond composite (tooth coloured, matching material) to the teeth to improve the final shape and appearance.
Porcelain veneers are also used in conjunction with all the above. Porcelain is an ideal way to achieve a uniform smile design in shape, colour and position.
How long will my smile makeover take?
A full makeover can be achieved within a day or take as long as a few weeks to months depending on the treatment required. Enlighten whitening is completed in a two week period. Composite bonding can be completed in one visit, often without the need for any local anaesthetic! Porcelain veneers, including a trial smile, can take a few weeks (especially important to allow the trial smile to be worn and previewed)
Some orthodontic (Invisalign) treatments can be completed within weeks but more complex treatments may take several months.
From 18-80 if you are unhappy with your smile then we can help you achieve your personal “smile makeover.”
We understand that patients have lots of questions so all initial consultations are free of charge.
There is no commitment on your behalf nor is there any hard sell. Just impartial dental advice to ensure you get the right treatment at the right price.
Dr Paul Abraham has undertaken over 2600 smile makeovers and is known in London as one of the best smile design dentists. He currently Vice-President of the prestigious BACD (British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry).
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