Many patients come to us and tell us they are unhappy about their smile, but are uncertain what they want or need to do to improve it. Your smile is one of your most important features; it's the first thing many people notice about you, and embarrassment about your smile can affect your self-esteem, confidence and even how you interact with people in your professional and personal life.
Improving the look of your smile is a massive confidence boost and a worthy investment. Our Full Smile Makeovers can transform your self-esteem, your appearance and indeed your whole life.
Dr David Madruga and his team are highly experienced in all aspects of cosmetic dental treatment. At a smile makeover consultation, we will assess your smile and recommend the best treatments to improve it. All treatments are tailored to suit your individual wants, needs and concerns, because every smile is unique – just like every patient.
The first step to a new smile is to book a smile makeover consultation. If you have particular concerns, such as crooked, gappy or missing teeth, let us know what your worries are. We'll also carry out a thorough examination, taking into account not just your teeth and gums but your whole face, as a perfect smile complements this, meaning it looks completely natural.
Once we've established what you want to achieve, we will use photographs, wax-ups and mock-ups to show you what results you can expect with various treatments. For teeth straightening treatments such as Invisalign clear aligners, we also use computer animation. All of this means that you can make an informed choice about your treatment.
Sometimes, you will need just one treatment while in other cases it may be recommended to combine treatments. Some of the options include:
Similar to false nails, these thin slivers of porcelain can cover stained, cracked or slightly gappy front teeth.
A type of dental restoration that completely caps or encircles a tooth or dental implant. Crowns are often needed when a large cavity threatens the ongoing health of a tooth. They are typically bonded to the tooth using dental cement. Crowns are often used to strengthen and improve the appearance of worn, weakened or heavily filled teeth.
Discreetly correct crooked or gappy teeth.
Quickly and safely boost the brightness of your teeth
Some of the main laboratory stages involved in creating your new smile are as follows: