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Most cosmetic dental procedures are not covered under the NHS, unless there is a clinical reason for the treatment. However, children under the age of 16 may qualify for orthodontic braces through the NHS.
The short answer is yes. However, the ideal candidate is a patient with mild to severe cosmetic imperfections who is interested in improving the appearance of their smile. If you are seeking cosmetic treatments, you should also be capable of following our aftercare instructions and be committed to caring for your teeth after our work is done.
At Andrew Lee Dental Practice, our friendly dentists are trained in both oral and intravenous sedation. Oral sedation refers to when patients take a tablet to help them relax before treatment. Intravenous sedation refers to when patients receive an injection that takes effect more quickly.
The procedure itself is relatively painless, but some patients will feel a slightly increased sensitivity in their teeth afterwards. However, this usually fades away in the first couple of days.
The most common side effect from teeth whitening is a temporary sensitivity. This will typically disappear a few days after the treatment. Some patients may also experience a temporary sense of irritation in their gums.
Yes, there are numerous cosmetic dentistry treatments designed to replace missing teeth. For example, dental implants are a common cosmetic treatment for tooth loss. They are designed to fully replicate the natural teeth and are considered the most efficient method to restore the teeth and preserve the natural appearance. Dentures can also replace missing teeth.