In our modern, competitive world, a pleasing appearance can often mean the difference between success and failure in both our professional and personal lives.
Our smile makes a major impression on how others see us, and how we feel about ourselves. If you have chipped or overlapping teeth or unsightly gaps, you may suffer from low self-esteem and a loss of confidence. This can lead to missed opportunities in our professional, personal and social lives.
If you are unhappy with your smile, now is the time to make an investment in your future success.
Maybe you would like straighter teeth or whiter teeth. Are you confident about smiling, or do you put your hand over your mouth when you smile? Do you have missing teeth that you would like replaced or spaces between your teeth that you would like closed?
We have a great range of options available at this practice, such as veneers to straighten and alter the colour of your teeth, tooth whitening, bridges and implants to replace missing teeth.
We can repair fractured teeth, close gaps between teeth and replace unsightly silver amalgam fillings with tooth coloured ones.
Bridges are used to replace missing teeth.
Ceramic crowns and veneers
Crowns are protective jackets used to strengthen and restore a broken tooth or to change the colour, shape or position of an existing tooth.
Missing teeth can often be replaced by implants. Implants act like the roots of teeth. After they have been fitted and have healed in place, dentures or crowns may be attached to them.
Gum disease also know as periodontal disease or periodontis.
Most gum disease in adults is a result of increased susceptibility of the individual to the bacteria that everybody has in their mouths.
Same Day Dental Restoration - E4D NEVO
Lees Dental are pleased to offer same-day crowns, bridges, fillings and veneers.
Thanks to the E4D Nevo system (one of the most impressive developments in dentistry) we can provide ceramic restorations to replace damaged teeth in a single visit
Root Canal Treatments
Root canal therapy is carried out to teeth that have died, i.e the live part sometimes called the 'pulp' or ‘nerve’ is no longer alive, or the tissues is irreversibly damaged. This treatment is often the only way to save a tooth from extraction due to the infection.
Information about our services for Tooth Whitening. Tooth whitening, sometimes called tooth bleaching, is a safe procedure with over 40 years of clinical evidence.
Immediate dentures are fitted directly into the mouth after one or more teeth are extracted. Teeth can also be added to an existing denture and fitted immediately over the extraction site.
Advice following Dental Extractions
Our advice following Dental Extractions.