You can trust us to give you the smile you want

Everyone wants to be the proud owner of a smile they can flash with unselfconscious spontaneity. It feels good to smile, which is one reason why, in the past couple of decades, it has become so acceptable to use cosmetic dentistry.

But how do you know which dental practice to go to for your cosmetic dentistry in Wigmore? Cosmetic dental treatment needs to be treated as seriously as other kinds of dentistry, even if the outcome is more to do with appearance than health. That said, a good smile is a strong indication of a healthier mouth, as well-aligned teeth are easier to keep free from disease and decay.

Cosmetic Dentistry in WigmoreAt Wigmore Dental Practice, our staff adhere to the Standards for Dental Professionals set by the General Dental Council. We are all dedicated to offering the best in cosmetic dentistry in Wigmore, with our treatments taking place in a welcoming, friendly and relaxing environment.

So, if you want to receive cosmetic dentistry in Wigmore, Wigmore Dental Practice can help you with high quality dental care. We offer a range of treatments to help you achieve the ideal smile for you.

What’s on offer?

You have probably heard colleagues and friends talk about cosmetic dental treatments, such as veneers, cosmetic bonding and white fillings, or invisible braces. We also offer teeth whitening, which is the most popular cosmetic dentistry treatment worldwide.

You may already know what you would like to have fixed. Sometimes even a tiny imperfection, like one tooth that is out of alignment with all the rest, can be enough to leave us feeling self-conscious and suppressing our smiles. There may be so many things you’d like to change that you don’t know where to start.

The best thing to do in that case is to come and ask us for a consultation for a smile makeover. This is when we combine more than one treatment to create the smile you want. It involves careful planning so that the treatments happen in the right order for maximum effect. For example, it’s no good getting your teeth veneered before you get them whitened as porcelain veneers do not respond to bleaching.