Time to smile! Enjoy our new dental offers.

Cosmetic Dentistry  

A smile makeover is a bespoke treatment plan designed to deliver your perfect smile. Your dentist may recommend a combination of treatments from fillings and crowns, to orthodontics, or cosmetic treatments such as teeth whitening or composite bonding.

Smile 'Make-Overs' and Facial & Lip recountouring are available to give you that 'Winning Smile'.


A veneer is a thin molding, custom-made from porcelain, which is bonded to the front surface of a tooth. Veneers are a quick and effective solution to stained, chipped, misshapen or crooked teeth. They can also be used to cover gaps in teeth where orthodontic treatment may not be suitable.

Veneers are made to measure in the laboratory or by the dentist at the chair-side and them permanently glued onto the teeth for improved colour and shape.


Orthodontics can involve having braces fitted onto your teeth to gradually straighten them into the desired position, or wearing aligners, which are thin, clear, flexible plastic mouthguards that you can remove. You might think that only teenagers wear braces, but orthodontics can be suitable for anybody who’s looking to improve the appearance or function of their smile.

We straighten teeth using various types of braces including the Damon appliance and the invisible brace Invisalign.

Teeth Whitening

The best way to keep your smile healthy and bright is to look after your teeth and gums. However, it’s not unusual to need a little help. Perhaps you smoke, or your teeth have been stained by tea, coffee or red wine. They may also lose their whiteness with age. Fortunately, our professional teeth bleaching treatments can repair discolouration quickly and safely without damaging the enamel or any other part of your teeth.

Utilizing the 'Zoom' system we can guarantee a brighter, white smiler in just one hour.

Gum Problems

Gum disease is a common condition affecting the tissues around your teeth. It causes swelling, redness of the gums, and sometimes pain, and avoiding treatment can lead to gum recession and even tooth loss.

We keep a close check on gums because apart from the fact tat this accounts for the main cause of tooth loss, there is now evidence showing a correlation with heart disease. We have a UK Specialist at our practice.

TMJ Dysfunction

The jaw joint allows your jaw bone to move from side to side, backwards and forwards, and to open and close your mouth. It’s one of the most complicated joints in your body and has several muscles and ligaments allowing different movements. Because it’s so complicated, there are several different problems you may have with your jaw joint.

The non-surgical treatment of jaw-joint problems often eliminates long-standing headaches.