Our Guide to Cosmetic Dentistry
Costs & Options You Should Know about selected Cosmetic Dentistry services
Cosmetic dentists will examine the condition of your oral health and work closely with you to come up with a specialized treatment plan. Here are three common options for you during dental cosmetic dentistry and the costs associated with each procedure:
Invisalign is a clear orthodontic aligner, and as clear-brace systems go, they are the world leader. Invisalign use their patented technology to shift your bite and create a plan to slowly move your teeth into the desired position using a number of clear-plastic-
Each aligner gently moves your teeth a little bit closer to the smile you want and results in a pain-free, comfortable treatment that eliminates the need for the old style fixed, or otherwise known as, 'train track' braces.
Cost: Ranging from £1,500-£3,500
2. Dental Crown or Caps
Used to replace a broken tooth or restore a chipped tooth, a dental crown or cap is used on a permanent basis. It is fitted over and made to replace the entire decayed or damaged tooth over the gum line, helping to fix its appearance, size, shape, and strength.
Cost: Starting from £400 each
3. Teeth Whitening
This procedure is probably one of the simplest and least expensive ways to enhance your smile. Teeth whitening are ideal for yellow or discolored teeth, which can be due to some food and drinks, such as smoking, red wine, tea, and coffee. Teeth discoloration is also part of the natural ageing process, as well as genetics. There are three types of teeth whitening procedures you can undergo, such as Home Kits, Pure Laser, or Laser Starting Kit:
● Pure laser technique - Cost: From around £600-£800 per session
● Laser Starter technique - Cost: From around £500 per session
● Home kit – Cost: From around £500
Other Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures:
● Dental Bonding
● Dental Implants - https://claydondentalmk.co.uk/
● Inlays and Outlays
● White Fillings
● Dental Bridge
● Invisalign - https://claydondentalmk.co.uk/
Because your needs will be different from other patients, you will need to consult with your dentist to determine the best procedure for you. If you need professional dental advice on which dental procedure will be suitable for your needs, get in touch with our local dentist in Milton Keynes! We're happy to help.