How your dentist can quickly enhance the appearance of your smile

If you want to boost the appearance of your smile, your dentist has many treatments and techniques at their disposal. At PS Dental Care in Soho, we are proud to treat every person as an individual, and think every smile is as unique as the person behind it. Therefore, whatever you want to improve about your smile, we will work with you to create a bespoke treatment plan.

teeth-whitening-sohoThe majority of adults in the United Kingdom are unhappy about smiling in photographs. More and more people are turning to the world of cosmetic dentistry to enhance their smile’s appearance. Cosmetic dentistry is a wide field containing techniques large and small. Here, we look at how your Soho cosmetic dentist can quickly and effectively create the smile you’ve always wanted. . .

Treatment from a Soho cosmetic dentist

Come into PS Dental Care in Soho for a consultation with a cosmetic dentist, and they will establish what your dream smile would look like, as well as asking what you like and dislike about the smile you’ve currently got.

Some of the fastest and most popular smile boosters at our Soho practice include:

Teeth whitening

Teeth whitening should only be performed by a dentist, because that way you will know that it will be as safe as it is effective. Treatment involves the use of a special dental bleaching gel to remove everyday stains from the teeth. It can be carried out at home, or here in the comfort of our Soho dental practice.

Porcelain veneers

Your dentist can use a single porcelain veneer to cover a permanently discoloured tooth, or one with a small chip or crack. Alternatively, a full set of veneers can be used to create a smile makeover. Treatment is usually complete in two appointments.

Composite bonding

With composite bonding, your dentist uses the same material as is used for white fillings and can be used as an instant alternative to porcelain veneers to mask permanent tooth stains. Composite bonding can also be used to repair chipped, cracked, or decayed teeth, to deal with minor alignment issues, and to alter a tooth’s shape.