Book Your Free Telephone Consultation with Our Preston Dentists
Are gaps in your teeth making you feel self-conscious, or are yellow teeth affecting how you present yourself professionally? Book a free telephone consultation at our Preston dental clinic for advice and information on the right treatment for you.
Fill in Unsightly Gaps, Repair Chips and Cracks and More with Crowns, Bridges and Veneers in Preston
Are you missing several teeth but can’t afford a full set of dental implants? Is a yellow, stained tooth ruining your smile and you’re fed up of endless teeth whitening treatments? Crowns, veneers and bridges are three staple dentistry services, and there are few issues that one of these — or a combination — can’t fix.
What Our Patients Say
When our patients come to us, they often feel that their teeth are being cared for for the first time. Here’s what some of our patients have said about our dentists in Preston.
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Crowns, Bridges or Veneers?
If your smile was once your best asset, but tooth loss, stains or chips have you retreating from cameras, speaking opportunities or events so you can avoid embarrassment, there is a solution. Having crowns, bridges or veneers in Preston can transform your smile and make you excited to show off your teeth again.
If your teeth are decayed or have been worn down from grinding at night, dental crowns can restore their look and function. A dental crown is a permanent covering, effectively a cap, that sits over your original tooth. Because they are cemented in place, crowns are secure and remove the need for extraction. Crowns are also used in dental implants, where they sit on an abutment (a small connector) fitted to an artificial root. Many dental crowns are poor-quality, leaving a noticeable black line by the gums, which is actually the metal-like material of the crown showing through. When you get your dental crowns at our Preston clinic, they’ll be imperceptible and look, feel and function like natural teeth.
Do you have multiple missing teeth in a row? A dental bridge is a perfect treatment for filling in multiple gaps. Missing teeth, aside from affecting your appearance and confidence, can lead to remaining teeth moving out of place as well as more serious conditions, like bone loss and gum disease. A dental bridge is a series of false teeth anchored either side by crowns. These anchoring teeth may be traditional crowns or implants. Because they are secured in place by the neighbouring teeth, dental bridges are a cost-effective permanent treatment.
If your teeth are heavily stained from years of drinking coffee and wine and eating curries, or if they’re misshapen or have cracks running through them, your cosmetic dentist might recommend dental veneers. These are individually crafted ultra-thin layers of ceramic that are bonded to the surface of the tooth. As a result, they can instantly improve the appearance of your teeth and are the go-to choice for people who want a perfect smile. Despite being wafer-thin, they are strong and can last upwards of 10 years. If you’re considering veneers, it’s vital to consult a dentist you can trust. In many cases, your teeth can be improved with less invasive and more affordable treatments, such as tooth whitening and dental bonding. You can trust our dentists in Preston to recommend only the right treatment for you based on the smile you want to achieve, not how much we can charge you.
Get Your 100% Online Dental Assessment for Tailored Advice from Your Own Home
We’ve partnered with Instant Dentist to bring you instant and affordable diagnosis and treatment wherever you are! It’s no replacement for seeing your dentist for a face-to-face appointment, but it is the perfect top-up to regular checkups or if you have a particular concern about your teeth.
How does it work? It’s an easy three-step process!
Step 1: Tell us whether you want a dental health assessment to or to discuss a specific problem.
Step 2: Answer a few questions about your teeth and any previous procedures, and upload photos and a short video of your mouth.
Step 3: Receive a tailored diagnosis from your dentist. You’ll be able to talk to your dentist via a secure chat and receive treatment advice and an electronic prescription if needed.