Going For Cosmetic Dentistry?

Going For Cosmetic Dentistry?

As a leading dental practice in Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire, Hockerill Dental has a full line of treatments available to all their patients. Teeth whitening is a common procedure that will last around one hour, after which you will have sparkling white teeth.

Are you interested in having Veneers?

When it comes to cosmetic dentistry, prices can be some of the most competitive in the country, making Hockerill Dental one of the most attractive prospects for veneers.

If you have stained, damaged, chipped, ground, broken, gapped or even crooked teeth, veneers can really help to give you your smile back. Essentially a veneer is a choice of laminate porcelain, ceramic or a composite bonding material which are all tooth coloured. See more information about veneers.

These are then cemented to the front surface of your teeth, improving their appearance considerably. Porcelain is generally the best option since they last longer and are less prone to staining, though depending on your budget, you may wish to go for composite.

The porcelain option lasts between 5 and 10 years while the composite will only last one or two, but just how long they last depends on your oral hygiene.

Hockerill Dental provides a complete smile makeover using Veneers. This will give the illusion of a particular look, chosen by you.

The natural smile, Hollywood smile or the glamour smile.

Should you have dental crowns?

Dental crowns are a good option when teeth have undergone significant damage and can help to protect the tooth and maintain its functionality. These are recommended when the tooth has decayed to such an extent that it cannot support a filling. Click here to understand the basics of dental crowns.

Porcelain cosmetic crowns are again available for those who want to preserve the look of their teeth when smiling, although this often depends on which teeth are affected. As with veneers, crowns typically last as long as you take care of them with some high quality crowns last a decade or more.

 

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