Fill in the holes or gaps in your teeth caused by decay, broken, or damaged teeth.
At Complete Smiles, you’ll be as comfortable and informed as possible throughout any treatment we give you.
You may need a dental filling if you have a hole that’s formed in your tooth called a cavity, or if you have chipped or damaged the tooth in some way.
Your dentist will check for tooth damage and cavities during your regular check-ups, however you may suspect you have the need for a filling if the tooth is feeling sensitive or you’ve experienced trauma to the tooth.
It’s important to get the affected tooth treated as early as possible to prevent the damage or cavity getting worse and avoid further problems such as fractures, infections, bad breath, or even the loss of your tooth.
Your dentist will be able to evaluate the work needed in preparation for your filling, this may include the need to drill the tooth to remove decay.
There are many types of filling materials available, each with their own advantages and disadvantages.
Dental Composite fillings are tooth-coloured fillings that are designed to match the colour of your own teeth. The decayed or affected portion of the tooth will be removed and then filled with a composite filling. Our dentists will help you choose a shade to match your own teeth, although over time, staining is a possibility.
Glass ionomer filling can form chemical links with the tooth and release fluoride, which helps to prevent further tooth decay. This type of filling is fairly weak, so we would usually only use these on primary teeth (baby teeth) and ´non-biting´ surfaces such as around the ‘neck’ of the teeth.
For more information regarding this treatment give us a call, 020 4541 1150 and we will be more than happy to assist you in any way.
The four steps for transforming your smile
We will discuss the way you feel about your smile. We can show you how your smile will look at the end of the treatment.
At the same time, we will assess your oral health to make sure it is the best it can be before safely starting Invisalign treatment.
Start wearing aligners
As you progress from one set of bespoke aligners to another, you will be able to see your teeth becoming progressively straighter.
Your new smile
It is a proud day when the treatment finishes with a beautiful, new smile that will last forever with the right care.
Invisalign created a product with the least disruption to your dental routine in mind, but it is important you follow your oral hygiene regimen. Moreover, as the Invisalign system is removable, you can continue to brush and floss your teeth with products that work for your dental health. Brushing your aligners with non-abrasive toothpaste will keep them clean and fresh.
Take them out for eating and brushing or for important business meetings. (Most patients keep them in anyway because the aligners are “invisible”.)
No one needs to know you are having treatment.
Change the aligners once a week – or once a fortnight.
Each set moves your teeth towards their final position.
Invisalign make a series of bespoke aligners that are just right for your teeth and gums.
An Invisalign patient typically stops covering their mouths when they laugh and starts proudly showing off their beautiful smile.
During your Invisalign treatment you’ll see big changes from small movements in just a matter of weeks. Invisalign can solve all sorts of misalignments in your teeth and because the aligners are virtually invisible, results are the only thing you and others will see.
Invisalign straightens and aligns teeth without fixed metal braces. You can remove them whenever you want, they’re practically invisible, and you will start to see results within a few months.Read More
Costs vary case by case and are dependent on the complexity of the alignment required. Factors that contribute to added costs are how well you stick to wearing your aligners. We do our best to ensure that the Invisalign treatment programme works for your budget, including offering flexible payment systems. After your initial consultation, we will be able to give you the exact amount.
We offer 0% interest free finance plans to help you spread the cost. Terms and conditions apply. Credit is subject to status and available to UK residents aged 18 and over. Affordability will also be assessed at the time of applying.
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For milder cases where only a small amount of alignment is needed. This is just seven aligners over the course of roughly 3 months.Book Consultation
For mild to moderate cases, this treatment will take about seven months to perfect your smile.Book Consultation
For more complex alignment cases. This takes between 12-24 months, with visits to your dentist needed every 1-2 months to check on progress and order your next set of aligners.Book Consultation
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Invisalign relies on a series of custom-designed, transparent, soft plastic aligners that have a gentle, controllable grip on your teeth to move them in place. You apply new aligners every two weeks until the treatment is complete, and you have a healthy and beautiful smile.
You should wear your guides for at least 22 hours a day, only taking them out to eat and brush your teeth.
As with any dental treatment, it takes a few days to get used to having something in your mouth. Many patients say that they do not see any change in their speech, while others have noticed minor discomfort for the first few days. Your speech will return to normal once you get used to it.
Each new set of Invisalign aligners can make your teeth feel tender, to begin with. The good news is this shows the treatment is working, and you are on your way to straight teeth.
Yes but be sure to remove your aligners first. If you chew gum with your aligners on, it will stick to your aligners and cause pain.
Not recommended because nicotine can contaminate aligners. Having yellow plastic in your mouth nullifies the benefits of invisible treatment.
Keeping your aligners clean is quite easy. You will just brush them with toothpaste and rinse them with warm water.
You will visit us every six weeks. You do not need modifications while wearing Invisalign but we will need to make sure your treatment is improving as it should.
Yes. Whether you have a brace or Invisalign, the only way to maintain your results is to wear a retainer. In fact, it won't be much different than wearing your aligners, and eventually, you'll only need to use them at night.
The duration of Invisalign varies depending on how serious your case is. On average it could range from 6 – 12 Months. Our Dentists will be able to give you a good idea of how long it will take during your free consultation.
The only way to determine if Invisalign will work for you is to book a free consultation with a Dentist from Complete Smiles. We will Assess your teeth and advise on the correct treatment accordingly.
No Problem! If you lose an aligner, give us a call. Your Invisalign treatment programme plan is digitalized so that any aligner can be replaced quickly.