Find a cosmetic dentist in Cardiff

No featured dentists were found in Cardiff. Below are the 3 nearest featured dentists to Cardiff.


Queen Square Dental Clinic

Queen Square Dental & Implant Clinic, 17 Queen Square, Bristol, BS14NH
Web: www.queensquareclinic.com Tel: 0117 9272797

Roy Morris BDS, Dental Excellence

67 Ombersley Street East, Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire, WR9 8QS
Web: www.excellence-in-dentistry.co.uk Tel: 01905 778873

Ock Street Clinic

45 Ock Street, Abingdon, Oxon, OX14 5AG
Web: www.ockstreet.co.uk Tel: 01235 533777
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Cardiff is not only the largest city in Wales, it is also the capital. It is located in South Wales, the most populous region in the principality. The Post Codes that provide for Cardiff are CF3, CF5, CF10, CF11, CF14, CF15 CF23 and CF24. Cardiff has a major University equipped with a dental school, the School of Dentistry. The city of Cardiff is populated by 336,200 people.

There are many cosmetic dentists in the Cardiff area who practice a variety of treatments to give you the perfect smile. Note that many of the procedures are only offered by private cosmetic practitioners and are not available on the NHS. For a list of Cardiff based NHS dentists and the procedures they can perform search online on the NHS website.

All cosmetic dentists provide the most up-to-date and advanced technologies and procedures, giving you the best treatment and smile possible.

One of the most innovative areas of cosmetic dentistry is centred on orthodontics, which offers such discreet, pioneering brace systems as the Inman aligner, Invisalign, 6-month smiles and Lingual braces, leaving you with beautiful straight teeth without the embarrassment and discomfort of metal braces.

If you feel that your teeth are in need of brightening then your dentist can offer you both a deep clean and teeth whitening treatments and kits leaving you with a gorgeous, brilliant smile. If you feel that your smile may need a little more work than this consult your dentist about smile makeovers which may include the use of porcelain veneers and teeth straightening for teeth which are discoloured, cracked, worn and gapped. 

More serious problems such as tooth decay, infection and gum disease my lead to tooth loss, which is often a preventative method to stop the spread of the problem.  After you tooth has been removed it is a good idea to have it replaced to maintain the structure of your mouth and teeth and restore your smile. Treatments may include implants, bridges, dentures and crowns, all of which are tailored and match to your other teeth to leave you with a natural, beautiful smile.

Cosmetic dentist can also help you with other areas such as gummy smiles, which is treatable with gum contouring and gaps between teeth, which is treatable with cosmetic bonding. Further treatment your cosmetic dentist may be able to offer now includes Botox and dermal filler; ask your dentist is they are trained in this area.

For dental phobic patients all of the above may sound daunting but it is important that you pay regular visits to your dentist to maintain your oral health and stop problems developing, remember the preventive is always less scary than the cure. There are many dentists in the Cardiff area who are experience and trained in helping more anxious patients having the best visit possible.

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