Cosmetic Dentistry

All Ceramic Crowns

These are metal free cosmetic crowns made purely from ceramic.

The defining feature of these crowns is that they are made from a translucent material which gives a natural appearance as they blend in with the rest of your teeth.

In contrast to other types of crowns such as the porcelain fused to metal variety give a dull appearance.

All Ceramic Inlays and Onlays

These are custom made fillings that are cemented into the tooth. They provide the patient with a cosmetic restoration with minimal tooth reduction.

They can be made from ceramic material which resembles the natural colour of your own teeth.

Composite Bonding

Composite is an aesthetic material that is available in different tooth shades. Composites can be used to restore teeth, minimise spacing between anterior teeth and change the shape of the tooth to enhance appearance.

This technique allows direct bonding to the tooth surface so minimal tooth reduction is required. It is ideal for patients suffering from worn down teeth.

For an enhanced smile contact our team and ask for a cosmetic consultation.


Veneers are worn by many people in order to improve the appearance of their teeth. They are described as ‘false fingernails” because they are shell like coverings which resembles the shape of the tooth.

They can be used to change the shape and colour of the tooth with minimal tooth reduction.

1. When can we get started?

To book and appointment please do not hesitate to contact a member of our reception team.

2. How much does it cost?

Please take a look at our Pricing page here for prices on specific treatment.

3. What Cosmetic Dentistry do you provide?

We offer ceramic crowns, inlays and onlays. We also offer composite bonding and veneers.

4. What payment methods do you accept?

We accept all major cards, we also accept contactless payment.

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Mon9am–12:30pm, 2–5:00pm
Tue9am–12:30pm, 2–5:30pm
Wed9am–12:30pm, 2–5:30pm
Thu9am–12:30pm, 2–5:30pm
Fri9am–12:30pm, 2–4:00pm