At Advance Dental Clinic, we pride ourselves on offering the best cosmetic treatments and we are delighted to have Lumineers by Cerinate as part of our incredible collection of aesthetic services. These veneers, which are made from patented ceramic, offer durability and longevity, in addition to amazing, natural looking aesthetics. If you’re looking for the perfect smile, this could be just the ticket! Lumineers differ to other types of veneer because they are made from a patented pressed material, which has been developed by Cerinate based on extensive research. These veneers may be incredibly thin, but they are also very strong, so they present a great long-term investment. Dental Veneers are very thin shells, which are placed over the natural teeth; they are designed to change the aesthetic of the smile to produce perfect pearly whites and they can be used to hide a multitude of cosmetic sins. We often recommend veneers when clients come to us with concerns about staining and discolouration, misshapen, uneven, worn down and chipped teeth and gaps between the teeth. Lumineer treatment usually takes around 2-3 weeks and this involves two sessions. To begin with, we will discuss the treatment with you, go through the process and check that you are a good match for Lumineers. We will then create moulds of your teeth and carry any preparatory work with Lumineers, as they are so fine and thin, minimal preparation is required. We send the moulds off to the Cerinate studio where your bespoke veneers will be created. When they have been sent back to us, we will then fit them and you can start to enjoy life with a brand new smile and renewed confidence! If you’re unhappy with the look of your smile or you dream of a flawless smile like those seen on celebrities on TV and in films, Lumineers could be the perfect treatment for you; call us today to arrange a consultation to find out more and start making your dream smile a reality.
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You may have heard about veneers when reading about your favourite celebrities in magazines and whilst they are hugely popular with celebrities, more and more people are having veneer treatment. We offer durable, natural looking veneers called Lumineers They are made using very exclusive cerinate porcelain which is both very tough but also extremely thin. Veneers generally can be used for a whole range of issues, not only to create whiter smile. They can be used if you have one or more small gaps in the mouth. Often people who have a gap at the front of the mouth and don’t want braces treatment can have dental bonding to change the shape of the tooth and hide the gap or for a more long term and durable treatment, they can have veneers. If you have very deep stains on your teeth or naturally yellow teeth and perhaps whitening hasn’t worked for you, veneers can be used to cover the front of the teeth and hide any discoloration or stains. Lumineers are one of the thinnest veneer treatments on the market today, rather than being described as a shell, they are more like daily disposable contact lenses in terms of thinness. Due to their thinness there is less chance of needing your teeth to be prepared first, which can mean having the teeth shaved down. Veneers can also cover slightly crooked teeth as an alternative to braces treatment and can be made to match the shade of the rest of your teeth. Veneers give you the chance to alter the shape, size and colour of your teeth all at once, revealing a stunning smile that is in proportion to the rest of your face. If you go for full veneer treatment you may choose a whiter option than having one or two which need to blend with your natural teeth., the choice is entirely yours. For more information about the Lumineer process please contact us to arrange a consultation.
If you’re searching for a modern orthodontic treatment, which produces amazing results quickly and with minimal hassle and no pain, the Inman Aligner could be right up your street. This treatment, which is often described as a hybrid between removable aligners and fixed braces, works rapidly to correct orthodontic imperfections with the front teeth, providing you with a beautiful smile in weeks.
What is the Inman Aligner?
The Inman Aligner is a removable brace, which was developed in the USA with the aim of providing clients who need minor correction with a quick, discreet and convenient alternative to traditional fixed braces. This aligner is unlike other aligner systems on the market, such as Invisalign and Clearstep, because it uses a single device, rather than a series of different appliances. The Inman Aligner is also not invisible, like other treatments, but it is very discreet and treatment times are much shorter.
The Inman Aligner works by generating forces, which squeeze the teeth to move them painlessly into the desired position; it does this using a coiled spring, which lies behind the teeth and a metal bar, which runs along the front teeth. You can see the metal bar, but it is very fine and much less noticeable than a train-track braces.
Ideally, the Inman Aligner is aimed at patients who have minor problems with the teeth at the front of the mouth; it is not suited to patients with complex needs. However, we do have solutions available for those who require more intensive treatment.
How long does treatment take?
Speed is everything for many orthodontic patients and if you’re one of those people who is desperate for results fast, this treatment doesn’t disappoint. The average treatment time is just 16 weeks, so you’ll be taking your brace off to reveal that amazing new smile before you know it.
If you’d like to find out more, call us today!
At Advance Dental Clinic we pride ourselves on offering the best treatments and our clinic is equipped with the latest technology, including Cerec. Cerec technology allows us to offer single-day restorative treatment, vastly reducing treatment time for patients who need new crowns, inlays or onlays and veneers. With Cerec, we are able to complete processes, which are usually carried out at a dental laboratory, on-site, meaning treatment takes just one session, rather than 2 weeks. Cerec technology takes care of the entire restorative treatment process, from design and imaging to fitting; images of the teeth are converted into 3D models using state of the art imaging software and these designs are then sent to the milling machine. The milling machine takes just seconds to create brand new, bespoke restorations. Once we have the restorations, we can then fit them there and then, rather than having to wait for 2 weeks. Cerec not only speeds up the treatment process significantly, it also increases accuracy and eliminates the need for multiple treatment sessions and temporary restorations. The design process is also much cleaner and less stressful for patients, as we can get all the information we need with camera images, rather than having to create putty moulds, which can be an unpleasant experience for some patients, especially those who struggle with a sensitive gag reflex. As fewer appointments are required, this also means increased convenience for patients with work, social or child care commitments, less time in the dental chair and fewer injections, which is good news for patients who suffer with dental anxiety or a fear of needles. If you’d like to find out more about this hugely impressive technology, we will be happy to talk you through the treatment process and explain how everything works; simply give us a call or pop in if you are passing.
Are you one of those patients that dread spending time in the dental chair? Do you find it hard to schedule appointments to fit in with your work or childcare commitments? If so, we have good news! With Cerec, we are able to offer same-day restorations. Cerec is a form of technology, which enables us to offer same-day restorative treatment on-site. Usually, when you need a new crown, we create an impression, send it off to the dental laboratory and then fit your crown 2 weeks later. With Cerec, we are able to complete the entire treatment process at the clinic, meaning 2 weeks becomes just 1 day. Cerec uses camera images to create 3D models of the teeth, which are sent to the on-site milling machine; the milling machine takes just seconds to produce bespoke, high quality restorations. Once your restoration is ready, we can then fit it. Cerec offers a wealth of advantages. As well as dramatically reducing treatment time and enabling patients to undergo treatment in a single session, Cerec also increases the accuracy of the treatment process and eliminates the need for dental putty moulds and temporary restorations. Patients can gain a better understanding of what happens during the treatment process and dentists are able to exert more influence during the design stage. Cerec is also cleaner and the process is more comfortable for patients, as many find having dental putty moulds made quite unpleasant.With fewer sessions and no need for temporary treatment, nervous patients will also be pleased that treatment involves fewer injections, as well as less time in the chair. Cerec can be used to produce high-grade custom-made inlays, onlays, veneers and dental crowns.
Dental bridges are used to replace missing teeth and they are an affordable, long-term option for patients who have lost one or more teeth. Bridges are usually used to replace a single tooth and there are various types available. Most commonly, a traditional fixed bridge is used; these bridges are made from a false tooth, which is fused to a crown on either side. Cantilever bridges may be used when there are only healthy teeth on one side of the gap and a Maryland bridge, which is also known as a resin-bonded bridge, may be recommended if a front tooth is missing. Bridges can be made from ceramics or metals and we often find that ceramic bridges, which are usually made from porcelain, are a popular option. Porcelain blends in with the natural colour of the teeth and create s a very natural and subtle aesthetic. Bridges are not a permanent solution, but they do last a long time; most people find that their bridge lasts at least 10-15 years. Bridges are easy to maintain and care for and they are custom-made, so they should fit perfectly. Once the bridge is in place, you simply care for it like your other teeth and we will check it every time you have a routine check-up. If you have a missing tooth and you’re looking for a quick and simple long-term solution, a bridge may be the perfect choice; bridges don’t last as long as implants, but treatment is much quicker and less expensive. Bridges are also easier to maintain than dentures and they offer an excellent option for patients who have one or a small number of missing teeth.
We Can Repair Your Damaged Tooth In Just One Treatment With Cerec Technology For Patients Near Harlow
You may assume that if you’ve got a damaged tooth, it will take some time to patch it up, but thanks to amazing Cerec technology, we are able to offer same-day restorative treatment. If you’ve broken a tooth or you’ve been involved in an accident or you’ve been injured playing sport, we can provide an instant remedy. Cerec technology is really innovative and impressive and it allows us to complete the entire restorative treatment process on-site at the clinic. This involves designing, creating and fitting the new restoration and we can do all this in a single treatment session. Cerec uses state of the art software to convert camera images into detailed models, which are sent to the milling machine, the on-site manufacturing plant; seconds later, the custom-made restoration is ready to be fitted. Usually, we use dental putty to create impressions of the teeth, which are sent away to a dental laboratory and then the new crown or inlay is sent back to us two weeks later; however, with Cerec, we can do everything on-site in a single day. Cerec not only gives us more control of the process and eliminates the need for temporary restorations, it also saves time in the dental chair, reduces the number of injections required and creates a much cleaner treatment process. Many patients dislike having putty in their mouth and with Cerec this is not necessary, as the technology uses images, rather than putty moulds to design the new restoration. With fewer appointments, treatment is also more convenient, as we recognise that patients have busy schedules and it can be difficult to find time to have appointments in close proximity. With Cerec, we can create bespoke crowns, veneers, inlays and onlays for all your restorative needs. If you’re in need of some dental TLC, call and book your Cerec appointment now!
At Advance Dental we provide ourselves in offering convenient cosmetic treatments, which really work. Our home whitening treatment offers an amazing simple solution to discolouration for patients with busy schedules and those who want results fast. With home treatment, you can enjoy the benefits of a beautiful white smile without even having to leave the comfort of your own home, making this a very handy treatment indeed. Before you start your treatment, we invite you to come in for a short consultation so that we can check your teeth, explain how treatment works and make impressions of your teeth, which will be used as moulds for your personalised whitening trays. Once your trays have been made, we will check the fit and then you can head home and start the whitening process. Treatment really is as simple as it sounds and all you do is wear the whitening trays and after 2 weeks you should have an amazing, radiant smile. Treatment works by using whitening agent to lighten the shade of the teeth gradually and you will start to notice that your teeth look a little brighter and whiter after just a few days. We usually recommend a treatment period of 2 weeks for the best results, but you can top-up treatment in the future if you wish to add a little more sparkle to your pearly whites. Home whitening is a really simple way of making your smile stand out and it will give you confidence and make you look and feel more attractive. There are no side-effects, no pain and you and fit your treatment around your normal day to day schedule; most patients find it most convenient to wear the trays at night. If you’re interested in giving your smile a whitening boost, call us today and we’ll arrange a consultation.
If you’ve been thinking about having orthodontic treatment, you may have come across aligners during your research. Aligners are removable orthodontic appliances, which are designed to correct issues with misalignment and poor placement of the teeth. We are delighted to offer a range of aligner systems, including clear aligners and the amazing Inman Aligner. The Inman Aligner is one of the most innovative treatments on the market and it is capable of straightening the teeth in a matter of weeks. This appliance generates forces using a coiled spring and a metal bar to move the teeth extremely quickly with minimal pain. The beauty of this treatment lies in the simplicity of the process, as patients simply wear their aligner for a minimum of 21 hours per day (the aligner is taken out to eat and brush the teeth, which makes life much easier) and allow the aligner to perform its magic. The Inman Aligner is not suited to everyone, but it represents a really appealing option for patients who have minor issues with their front teeth; it is also a perfect choice for patients who have already had treatment before, but have started to notice their teeth slipping out of position. This treatment is unlike clear aligner treatments because the aligner is not actually invisible and it is specifically designed for patients with minor issues that involve the social 6; however, the brace is very discreet and it is much less visible than traditional fixed braces, as you can only see the fine metal bar across the front teeth. Treatment time with clear aligners tends to be longer, with the Inman Aligner taking an average of just 16 weeks to produce incredible results. If you would like to find out more about our aligner treatments and see if you are a suitable candidate for treatment, call us now and we will arrange a consultation.
Botox and dermal fillers have become very popular treatments for people who are looking to enjoy their youthful looks for as long as possible. These non-surgical treatments reduce the visibility of lines and give the skin a smoother, younger look, but what is the difference and which treatment would be most beneficial for me? Botox is a treatment, which is most commonly used to target lines and wrinkles; it works by blocking the transmission of nerve signals to the muscles in the face, thus reducing muscle contraction. Botox is a purified form of the toxin botulinum toxin type A and it is often used for crow’s feet and lines around the mouth, nose and forehead. Dermal fillers are another effective treatment for lines and wrinkles, but they can also be used to add volume and plumpness to the skin and to enhance the lips for a more voluptuous pout. Fillers are designed to combat the signs of reduced stores of collagen and elastin in the skin and they are an effective treatment for dull and sagging skin, as well as for lines. Both treatments are temporary solutions for ageing skin and the procedures are very similar. Fillers last slightly longer than Botox at around 609 months; Botox lasts around 3-5 months. The procedures for both treatments involve injecting the substance into targeted areas of the skin using a very thin needle. The procedures are painless and quick, lasting only around 15-30 minutes, and there is no recovery time needed for either treatment. If you’re thinking about having facial treatment and you’re not sure how to o about it or which treatment is most suitable for you, why not arrange a consultation? Our experienced aesthetic practitioner, Monica Berrange, can talk you through the processes and explain how each treatment could benefit you.
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