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When your smile looks good, you feel good

Popular cosmetic dentistry procedures include teeth-whitening, veneers, dentures, crowns, caps, dental bonding, white fillings, fixing broken teeth, dental bridges and treatment from orthodontists. Let’s take a closer look.


Veneers are the modern way to get a perfect smile. Your cosmetic dentist will cement very thin laminates or shells of porcelain to the front surface of your teeth – a bit like false fingernails. Veneers are quick, painless and straightforward


Tooth whitening

We offer teeth-whitening for that perfect smile. Choose from in-surgery teeth-whitening or home-whitening kits. Both teeth-whitening procedures use a bleaching process of 3-30% peroxide, offering a powerful bleaching compound


Dental crowns and caps

Talk us about crowns and caps if you want to protect damaged, cracked and worn teeth. Crowns are tooth-shaped caps that cover your teeth to make them look better and restore their shape. Crowns protect the tooth from further decay


Dental bonding

With dental bonding, your cosmetic dentist will fill your front and back teeth with a composite resin. You’ll have a thin coat of plastic on the surface of your teeth and dental bonding will hide natural flaws


White fillings

If you find silver amalgams too unattractive or are worried about health risks, speak to us about white fillings. With modern dental materials, it’s easy to match your natural tooth shade


Dental implants

Your dentist will explain that dental implants are an expensive version of dentures or bridgework. Dental implants are titanium rods that are inserted in your jawbone. They’re used for securing dentures or crowns


Information for Patients

Covid-19 and Dental Services

We are committed to protecting our staff and patients, and continue to maintain our high standards of Infection Control within the practice.

If you have any symptoms of a respiratory infection or feel unwell for any reason, please do inform a member of our team and we can manage your appointment accordingly.

Facemasks are no longer mandatory in communal areas, such as waiting rooms and receptions, but you can opt to wear one if you choose to.

For advice and treatment outside of our normal working hours please phone The Lancashire Dental Helpline on 0300 1234 010.

We have provided some emergency care advice for our patients to help:

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