Complete the look with facial aesthetics in Essex

We understand that your self confidence is more than just how you feel about your teeth. We know that having beautiful, strong and healthy teeth is just part of the entire picture that you present to yourself and others on an everyday basis.

facial-aesthetics-essexMany of you are concerned about those lines and wrinkles on your face that can have you looking older than you feel. This is why we are proud to be able to offer you several treatments that look beyond your teeth and gums and help you to reverse the signs of any premature aging.

What can cause this premature aging?

We have identified that living life to the full and sometimes a little carelessly can lead to premature aging. This means that if you spend a lot of time in the sunshine, you are stressed at times because of work, finances or the children, if you smoke or simply if it is in your genes to be predisposed to lines and wrinkles, you may feel like you look like you are prematurely aging.

Facial aesthetics in Essex is a way for you to be able to soften those lines and wrinkles on your face as well as add volume to cheeks and lips to make you feel and look more youthful. Rest assured that our dentists are fully trained and qualified in treatments of facial aesthetics in Essex and use to full advantage such chemicals and materials like botox and dermal fillers.

How do they work?

We are confident in our abilities to use the correct amount of filler or muscle relaxant in order to provide you with a way to improve your appearance with facial aesthetics in Essex.

We use Botox as a means of relaxing the muscles in your face so that any wrinkles are smoothed out. Common places that this toxin is used includes the forehead, frown lines, around the eyes and lines around the lips.

The Botox toxin is injected into the area of question and results are seen within two weeks. It slowly breaks down over the course of the next few months, leaving you free to use more when you wish to.

Dermal fillers on the other hand are a way for you to replace lost volume in the face, making it appear more youthful and full. You can use fillers in various regions of the face and by speaking with one of our professionals you will be able to determine where the best areas will be to look the most natural and effective.

We use non-permanent fillers, and they are used both on the lips and on your face. You can repeat this process as often as you wish and there are very few, if any, side effects of doing this.

We look forward to helping you to enjoy your smile by going beyond care for your teeth and gums. By recognising the importance of loving your smile, we are able to move forward together to ensure that this can be achieved.

Want to try invisible braces as an adult? Come to Crofts Dental Practice for the latest in adult orthodontics

In the adult world, a great deal of interaction seems to be based on appearance. Perhaps you were intimidated by the idea of wearing braces as a child, and you may now be considering the benefits of having straighter teeth. Having a smile that you can be confident about often makes all the difference to your own self-esteem, as well as the health benefits that come with it! Luckily, there is now more than just one way to straighten your teeth as an adult, and we are proud to offer it to you!

invisible-braces-essexAt Crofts Dental Practice, our team can offer you invisible braces in Essex, such as the world famous Invisalign aligner. This straightens your teeth quickly and painlessly, leaving you with a higher level of confidence about your smile. Our dentists can help you to decide which adult aligner is best suited to your needs, so you can get that straighter smile you deserve sooner!

But what are these adult aligners and invisible braces in Essex that we can offer you? Read on for a brief guide to our most popular adult orthodontics.


Briefly introduced earlier, Invisalign is one of our more popular invisible braces in Essex.

Made up of a set of clear plastic trays that slot over your teeth, this system gently pushes your teeth into their new position, without any tightening or adjusting; all you have to do is change the tray every 2 weeks (on average).

It is required that you wear the braces for 22 hours a day. This aligner is also removable, meaning you can conveniently take it out to brush your teeth and eat.

Inman aligner

Like Invisalign, the Inman aligner is also a removable brace that uses opposing coils to push your teeth into a new position.

It is typically worn for an average of 6 months, and this aligner straightens your front teeth. It is perfect for correcting mild to moderate protrusions and misalignments.

Six Month Smiles

Well, this aligner delivers what is said on the tin!

Unlike the Inman aligner and Invisalign, Six Month Smiles is a fitted brace, that is known as a clear brace. Comprised of a thin piece of metal and either clear or tooth coloured brackets, this aligner is targeted more towards correcting specific protrusions and gaps, meaning that time is not wasted straightening every tooth in the mouth.

Once again, this aligner is worn for an average of 6 months, but this may be longer depending on the severity of the misalignment.

Lingual braces

And finally, lingual braces are the perfect solution for more extreme misalignments.

Visually similar to orthodontic braces, this brace is fitted to the back of your teeth, allowing our team to adjust the tightness and move your teeth forward. This brace may be worn for 6 months to a year and, unlike traditional braces, is made of gold. Very classy!

Want to know more about having adult orthodontics? Be sure to call a member of our team today!

Do you think a hygienist check-up is pointless? Five health benefits by Crofts Dental Care

If you brush and floss your teeth twice a day and attend your dental appointments every six months, you may feel that visiting a hygienist is a waste of time.

dental-hygiene-essexUnfortunately, despite being a very useful member of any dental team, few people attend hygienist appointments and as a result, they can often end up having preventable dental issues when they go to their dental check-up.

However, even if you use the best electric toothbrush on the market, use a specialised toothpaste to destroy acid and floss until your teeth sparkle, you are still likely to benefit from a trip to our hygienist.

At Crofts Dental Practice, we are proud of the dental hygiene in Essex that our hygienist offers and recommend a biannual visit to our hygienist alongside regular dental check-ups. Useful for devising a treatment plan and helping keep your mouth disease free, these dental professionals will also keep your teeth whiter and cleaner than your regular dentist ever could by themselves.

So, what are the benefits of visiting our hygienist and improving your dental hygiene in Essex? Read on to find out!

Prevents gum disease

One of the most common problems we see at Crofts Dental Practice due to a lack of dental hygiene in Essex is gum disease, like gingivitis.

Caused by an accumulation of plaque or bacteria attacking the gum, periodontal disease can lead to bleeding, sore and swollen gums and in the worst cases, can actually cause teeth to fall out!

Our hygienist can prevent all of these issues with a simple scale and polish; designed to remove plaque both above and below the gumline, this treatment reduces the likelihood of gum disease occuring by up to 90%!

Health benefits

Oral health is a reliable indication of overall health; if you have issues with your teeth, it is likely that there is a knock on effect somewhere else in the body.

Indeed, excessive levels of plaque in the mouth have been linked to cardiovascular disease, heart disease and even strokes. Similarly, if you have plaque or tartar in your mouth, you are at a higher risk of heart attack too!

Tooth protection

Excess plaque leads to tooth decay too.

Visiting our hygienist will prevent tooth decay from occurring, due to the removal of plaque and the thorough ‘dentist clean’ feel that our team can offer you. Perfect!

Stops bad breath

We’ve all met someone who has bad breath and, while it is commonly linked to gum disease and cavities, there may be instances where you simply have an excess amount of odour-causing bacteria in your mouth. In this case, our hygienist can equip you with a mouthwash designed to kill these bacteria, leaving you with minty fresh breath.

Early detection

Prevention is better than cure; our hygienist will be able to accurately detect where cavities are most likely to form in your mouth and provide you with prompt treatment to prevent them.

They can also predict the likelihood of gum disease too.

Achieve your best smile through smile makeovers in Essex

Let Essex flourish

smile-makeovers-essexHere at Crofts Dental Practice, we feel that we recognise the importance of presenting a healthy aesthetically pleasing image. More and more, across all age and social demographics, there has been an increased focus on aesthetics and what we present to the world through social media platforms. Never before has there been such an increase in the number of new patients seeking out smile makeovers in Essex to address a number of superficial issues and concerns patients have with their smiles and maximise the overall aesthetic appeal that their smiles have.

Cosmetic guidance

Often, a large percentage of us wish we could boost the overall aesthetics of our smiles, but are left in the dark about how to go about doing so. We are all aware that there are a sea of cosmetic dentistry options out there, but we are unsure as to which are best suited to our specific needs and requirements. As such, it is for this reason that many are seeking out smile makeovers in Essex through our cosmetic dentistry specialist. These are one-to-one consultation and guidance sessions with one of our cosmetic dentistry experts, which are established to gauge each patient’s unique needs and expectations from our services and explain each procedure we offer and how best it may be used to meet the patient’s goals and provide them with the smile they deserve.

Crafting your smile

The consultation is just the first step for those seeking out smile makeovers in Essex, and is done to familiarise the patient with the procedures that are available and determine their needs and how best to meet them. This consultation is entirely free and without commitment, but thereafter – if the patient wishes to continue seeking smile makeovers in Essex – X-rays and photographs may be taken to allow our cosmetic dentistry specialists to get a better knowledge of the patient’s teeth. From these X-rays and photographs, a detailed, bespoke, tailored treatment plan will then be drawn up and on knowing the course of treatment which the patient wishes to take, the cosmetic specialist may begin treatment immediately.

Getting beneath the surface

One of the most sought after forms of cosmetic dentistry which we provide here at Crofts Dental Practice is cosmetic tooth whitening. This is a process which is popular across all age and social demographics and aims to eradicate any superficial discolouration or stains on your teeth and leave you with a fresher, whiter smile. Over time, the natural enamel – outermost layer of tooth – can become dull or discoloured. This can often have a negative impact on the self-esteem of many, and cause them to turn to cosmetic dentistry. Also, certain lifestyle choices such as smoking, drinking red wine or black coffee or taking certain medications can speed up the discolouration of tooth enamel and cause superficial staining. Cosmetic tooth whitening however, uses a peroxide-based whitening gel to rid teeth of these stains and return them to their natural whiteness. This is done by applying a small amount of whitening gel to the insides of a custom-moulded retainer of the patient’s teeth. When worn, the whitening agent within the gel cleans the enamel of the patient’s teeth and results in them having a far whiter and healthier looking, renewed smile in a matter of hours.

Rooting out the importance of healthy gums in Essex

Barriers of protection

healthy-gums-essexHere at Crofts Dental Practice, we often feel that our gums aren’t given enough credit. Whilst a set of pearly white teeth may be impressive, and a desirable trait for many, the truth is that without a healthy set of healthy gums in Essex, a smile is only good at face value. Our gums are vital for strong, healthy and long-lasting teeth, and act as a protective barrier and seal around your teeth to keep out food and plaque build-ups. Natural, healthy gum tissue is a coral shade of pink – or naturally darker depending on your skin pigment. However, if plaque builds up around your gums due to poor oral hygiene, it may lead to gums becoming red or inflamed and blood appearing during brushing or flossing.

Identifying onset gingivitis

Here at Crofts Dental Practice, we believe in doing all we can to ensure our patients maintain healthy gums in Essex, and believe that a critical aspect of doing so is in educating them on addressing the onset issues of gum disease and other indicators that they must boost or alter their dental hygiene routines. If you notice blood when brushing your teeth or flossing, it is typically the first indicator of something known as gingivitis. Another early indicator of gingivitis is constant bad breath. Gingivitis is caused by a build-up of plaque or tartar around the patient’s gums which causes them to become red, puffy or inflamed. If it is recognised early by one of our trained, professional dental hygienists here at Crofts Dental, then the appropriate measures can be taken to restore healthy gums in Essex.

Understanding the risks of periodontitis

However, if gingivitis is ignored or left untreated, it can often develop into periodontitis – or ‘gum disease’. This is a far more serious issue, which is the number one cause of tooth loss in adults across the world. The name ‘periodontitis’ translates to ‘inflammation of the area around the tooth’ and is caused by bacteria forming around the gum of the patient which goads their immune system to emit toxins, this then causes the gums to become inflamed. If periodontitis is left untreated, this inflammation and infection can often spread to the root of the tooth and result in the entire tooth being infected and often having to be removed. Additionally, a link has been found between untreated periodontitis and other health issues such as heart disease.

Keeping your gums healthy

Thankfully however, periodontitis can generally be avoided with good oral hygiene and regular brushing. Medicated mouthwashes and care and attention when brushing and flossing are the most commonly recommended tips to avoid plaque build-ups which could cause gum disease. However, we may also recommend you undertake a ‘scale and polish’ service from our expert dental hygienists. This is a preventive dental process which eradicates any build-up of plaque or tartar on your teeth, as well as any superficial stains – leaving them cleaner and healthier and thus minimising the risk of gingivitis developing. The scale and polish service we offer here at Crofts Dental Practice is not a purely cosmetic treatment such as tooth whitening, but rather one which aims to maximise the patient’s oral health, although they may find their teeth to feel far cleaner and appear healthier as a result of this treatment.

Brightening things up on white fillings in Essex

Service with a smile

white-fillings-essexHere at Crofts Dental Practice, we are more than your average dental practice. It is our philosophy that, just as no two sets of teeth are identical, no two sets of treatments should be the same either. Rather, we make our goal to provide each of our patients with a bespoke dental service which is moulded around their specific needs and requirements. Whether the most complicated of dental procedures is required, or just a smile check-up, we take the time to get to familiarise ourselves with the needs of each of our individual, unique patients and provide them with a dental service which is second-to-none. We provide an entire range of dentistry options to our patients, which include cosmetic solutions such as white fillings in Essex to ensure that they achieve the smile they deserve. We’ve found that, by connecting with our patients on a personal, human basis, the barriers between patient and practitioner are re-established and a far more mutually advantageous relationship can come to pass, rather than simply opting for the one-size-fits-all approach to dentistry which has sadly become all too common in numerous practices across the county.

Seamless smiles

One of the most popular methods of cosmetic dentistry, across all age demographics, which we offer here at Crofts Dental Practice, is the installation of white fillings in Essex . These are used in instances where a patient’s tooth has become decayed or eroded – through poor oral hygiene or accident – and acts as a filling to restore the cohesiveness of their smile and the strength of their teeth. Generally, dental fillings are constructed from a metal colored dental filling material, which is used to fill holes within the patient’s teeth. These are effective in restoring the patient’s teeth to their full strength and eradicating the risk of decay spreading, although they are often largely noticeable within their mouths due to their colour. White fillings in Essex however, are a similar process, although a white, tooth-coloured dental filling material is utilised, so that the filling becomes practically invisible within the patient’s mouth. These fillings are specifically color-matched to the patient’s surrounding teeth so that they are virtually undetectable to the untrained eye. Similar to conventional, metal colored fillings, white fillings are constructed from a specialist dental material which is strong enough to withstand the biting force of the patients, and restore their ability to chew properly. However, they uniquely afford patients the ability to smile, without the risk of exposing a metallic glint within their mouths, which in turn can have a largely positive effect on their self-esteem and confidence as they can smile freely and without care – as everyone ought to be able to do. Like all service we provide here at Crofts Dental Practice, it is our belief that prevention is the best course of treatment, and as such when we insal white filling we also take the time to explain to our patient’s various tips and techniques they can employ in the future to avoid any further fillings from needing to be installed.

Shine like the stars

Another, vasly popular method of cosmetic dentistry which we provide here at Crofts Dental Practice, is cosmetic teeth whitening. This treatment’s popularity has grown vastly in recent years across all age demographics, due to the increased focus on having a white, healthy smile which has come about through the rise in social media documentation and what is presented through films, media and television. The process of cosmetic tooth whitening eradicates superficial stains and discoloration of a patient’s teeth through the use of a specialist, peroxide-based whitening gel which is applied directly to the patins teeth. This gel cleans away stains which can come about through certain lifestyle choices, such as smoking, drinking red wine, tea or black coffee, or from taking certain medications – and can provide patients with a renewed whiter, brighter smile and the self confidence to match.

Smoothing things over for nervous patients in Essex

More than a smiling face

nervous-patients-essexHere at Crofts Dental Practice, we are more than your average, archetypal dental practice. Where an inumerable, and increasing amount of practices are simply adopting the one-size-fits-all approach to conventional dentistry, whereby the lines between patient and practitioner are divided with clinical, detached, sterilised accuracy and a patient is viewed as one in a chain-link of virtually indistinguishable, identical cases. However, here at Crofts Dental Practice, we adopt a somewhat different stance. It is our philosophy that no two patients are the same – just as no two sets of teeth are identical. As such, we feel that each service we provide ought to be tailored to fit the needs of the individual, rather than the many. Whether patients require the most complicated of procedures, or a simple check up, our professional and approachable staff do all they can to make them feel at ease throughout each step of their unique dental journey. Here at Croft Dental Practice we also specialise in meeting the needs of nervous patients in Essex and are well versed in ensuring their dental experiences are as calm and comfortable as they can possibly be.

Remember to breathe

At Crofts Dental Practice, we understand that, however vital and worthwhile a trip to the dentist may be,  it is not the most anticipated event of the month on a lot of people’s calendar. We also understand that, for some, a trip to the dentist can be the cause of a great deal of anxiety and fear. We are entirely sympathetic and compassionate in this regard, and as such have set up a specialist nervous patients clinic which is specifically devoted to providing dental solutions for nervous patients in Essex with dental-phobia and help them get the dental services they require. A large portion of people throughout the country, across all age demographics, are often deterred from seeking the vitally needed dental work they require out of fear. This fear can span from a number of reasons, which commonly include a fear of needles, a bad past experience within a dentist chair, or the inability to feel numb or not in control. These are just some common reasons, however there are countless others – as well as a great deal of those who do not know the reasoning behind their fear, just that they are truly afraid of the dentists. Whatever the rationale may be, here at Crofts Dental Practice we are fully committed to listening to your needs, and tailoring our service to fit them. We are never judgemental within our approach to nervous patients in Essex , and understand if you have not been to the dentist, out of fear, prior to seeking our services. Each case that involves a nervous patient is entirely unique and specific to the individual. No two cases are the same, and as such each requires that the dental practitioner listen closely to the needs of the patients, and do their utmost to ensure they feel comfortable, relaxed and heard throughout each step of their treatment.

Cooling, calm environments

We understand the triggers which can cause dental anxiety for many include long periods of time spent in waiting rooms, and as such we ensure they are dealt with swiftly to avoid this. We also offer cognitive behavioural therapy to those who require it, which has had a largely positive effect on the experiences of many. We also provide sedation dentistry for those who wish to be sedated throughout their treatment, which is generally done through RA sedation, which involves inhaling an odorless gas which puts patients into a deep sleep to allow the procedures to be carried out painlessly and stress free.

Brighten up your smile with teeth whitening in Essex

As you get older your teeth start to lose their milky white gleam as they fade and become discoloured. There are numerous toothpastes and alternative methods of reducing these effects, but one way to make a lasting impression is through tooth whitening sessions with your dentist.

teeth-whitening-essexHere’s how you can add a little shine to your smile with an appointment for teeth whitening in Essex.

What causes discolouration?

Discolouration and yellowing of the teeth happens to everyone and it’s commonly caused by things in your diet.

As an example, smokers and users of tobacco products have a higher chance of discolouration occurring to their teeth because of the habit. Wine and coffee are also another source of this yellowing, as that regular morning brew or evening sip can slowly stain those pearly whites.

What does whitening involve?

An appointment for teeth whitening in Essex is a fairly simple process that generally tends to involve one of two methods.

The first option is for your dentist to take an impression of your teeth, this is to create a mouthguard that will be combined with a gel that will bleach your teeth gradually over a series of sessions. Another fairly common technique, known as ‘power whitening’, may be used whereby your dentist covers your teeth with a powder. This is then exposed to a light that will activate the compound causing it to gradually brighten your teeth.

Don’t worry about having to choose one, as your dentist will normally discuss your options prior to your treatment, to figure out which one will give you the desired result of whiter teeth. At Crofts Dental Practice our talented and friendly team will bring out that hidden shine and healthy colour that your teeth have lost, with a few professional whitening sessions in our practice.

Can I do it at home?

For those that may have a busy schedule, or hectic family life and commitments that don’t allow for a lot of free time, then there is also the option to take home one of our whitening kits. Each one is custom made to fit your specific needs and we will walk you through the correct application methods as well as how long you should use it for.

Is it safe?

A fairly common question a lot of patients have when it comes to treatments, especially those involving a bleaching compound, is if it’s safe. Whitening is strictly controlled because of the bleaching component of the procedure and you should always follow any and all advice given to you by your dental practitioner. If you have a home kit we recommend that you use a minimal amount of gel as it can cause irritation or blistering if it touches your gums because of overspill.

If you have any concerns about the process then have a chat with our team.

Getting rid of that discolouration and yellowing has never been easier, so if you’re looking to restore your teeth to their former glory or just want to add a little sparkle to your smile, then get in touch with our team.

Can dental implants in Essex save my smile?

Cracks, chips or gaps in your teeth can ruin an otherwise perfect smile and for many people having a damaged or missing tooth can make them feel incredibly self-conscious. That’s where treatments like implantation come in, with this simple procedure your dentist will be able to restore your smile to its former glory.

dental-implants-essexSo with that in mind, here’s how an appointment for dental implants in Essex can help you save your smile.

What are the implants used for?

Generally we would recommend dental implants in Essex for our patients as a way to replace any badly chipped, cracked or damaged teeth that can’t be repaired through other means such as crowns or white fillings. We also often use them to fill gaps in your teeth and in extreme cases of overcrowding we can use them to create a neater and straighter appearance.

How does the dentist fit them?

The fitting process for the implant itself is surprisingly straightforward. We basically use a prosthetic tooth that will either be created out of a porcelain or acrylic resin material, depending on what your dentist thinks would suit you. This material is also shaded and shaped to match its surrounding neighbours to ensure that the replacement we provide not only fits into its new home, but also blends in to provide you with a natural looking solution to your problem.

The teeth are held in place with a sterilised titanium screw that is inserted underneath your gum line and into your jawbone. Then over time the bone should heal back over this screw to provide a stable and sturdy platform for the crown.

Does the treatment involve any pain?

When it comes to dental treatments patients, more often than not, will ask about any pain involved as the mouth is a pretty sensitive area to work in. There may be some mild discomfort involved as it does involve some minor surgery, but your dentist will limit this as much as they can with a local anaesthetic.

At Crofts Dental Practice our team will try to limit the amount of discomfort you feel during your treatment as much as they can, to ensure your implantation goes smoothly and successfully.

If you’re still concerned about any potential pain, you can also discuss the use of a general anaesthetic with your dentist, if it’s appropriate to your particular case.

Tips for keeping the new tooth clean

After you have your implant fitted all that’s left is to keep it clean and clear of any bacteria that might cause it to become infected. You can manage this easily by just lightly brushing around your implant at least once a day as part of your normal oral health routine. If you use floss, try to limit how much you pull around the tooth and gum, as you may damage or dislodge it. Also we recommend you avoid using mouthwash as the chemicals can irritate your gums.

So as you can see the implant process is simple, implants are easy to look after and they can help restore your smile whilst giving you that confidence boost you deserve. To start your journey to a healthier smile just get in touch with our team at the practice.

Living with sensitive teeth

Do you avoid hot and cold food and drink for fear of how they might react with your teeth? Just like you, many adults and children suffer from having sensitive teeth in Essex, a dental issue that is caused by many contributing factors but most prominently from enamel erosion.

sensitive-teeth-essexIf you are tired of living this way and restricting your diet due to your tender pearly whites, book an appointment with one of our trained and experienced dentists at Crofts Dental Practice.

What is enamel erosion?

The surface of every natural tooth you possess is called the enamel. The enamel is the tough outer layer that protects your dentine (the extremely sensitive tissue that is found underneath) against germs, chemicals and fluids.

From the food you consume daily to the fluids your body secretes, this enamel is constantly exposed to, and damaged by, potentially harmful substances, which does lead to its eventual wear and tear if you do not take adequate care of your teeth. Enamel erosion, the primary cause of sensitive teeth in Essex, occurs when the outer layer is damaged beyond repair and leaves the dentin vulnerable and exposed to the elements. People with sensitive teeth in Essex will experience pain or discomfort that worsens without medical treatment.

What generally causes erosion?

Germs contained in plaque use the sugars, found in the food and drink you consume, to create acid. This acid attacks and can destroy your enamel if you do not remove the plaque by cleaning your teeth regularly.

Your saliva can neutralise acid attacks. However, a diet high in sugar and carbohydrates results in a more significant build-up of acid that your body’s natural defences cannot fend off by itself – which is why brushing your teeth regularly with fluoridated toothpaste is so crucial.

What should I eliminate from my diet to improve my oral health?

Watch what you eat by curbing your intake of sugary, acidic and starchy foods, such as white bread. If you do consume acidic drinks, such as orange juice, use a straw to minimise your teeth’s contact with the beverage.

Are there other medical conditions that cause this issue?

If you are in the habit of grinding your teeth, then know that it can negatively impact the structure of your teeth. Correct this issue by enquiring with us about using a retainer at night.

Xerostomia is a condition that results in a reduction of saliva and is often a symptom of serious illnesses, such as Diabetes. Less acid is neutralised without the necessary saliva.

Certain medications, like antihistamines and aspirin, can weaken your enamel’s defences against foreign substances.

The way you brush your teeth can impose upon your enamel. People often correlate healthy teeth to hard brushing – which is not at all true. Brush gently and use a soft-bristled toothbrush.

How can we fight off enamel erosion?

Unfortunately, enamel does not grow back, but we can prevent the decay from getting worse. One technique we often recommend is bonding, especially if you have experienced tooth discolouration as a result of enamel erosion. The treatment involves applying resin, a tooth-coloured resin, to the front of your tooth. The resin is both functional and aesthetically-pleasing because it protects the tooth while reversing discolouration, stains and marks.

Visit us for an appointment before your sensitive teeth get in the way of everyday life!