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Cosmetic dentistry

At West Parade Dental Care, we have helped hundreds of patients over the last 40 years achieve their ideal smile. So we want you to have the smile that you have always dreamed of. Our highly skilled team offer a full range of services which we can tailor to your needs. Whether you want your teeth brighter, straighter or you would like a full smile makeover, we can help. Take a look at your some of your options below.


Our team constantly strive to provide the most ethical and clinically appropriate treatments, together with a focus on providing the most up to date treatments. Align, Brighten and Contour (ABC) is a new innovative and conservative way of providing you with a smile makeover you will love. The best part is that no or very limited tooth cutting is necessary and as a result many say it is painless.

Previously, smile makeovers were time consuming, harmful to teeth and expensive. ABC has revolutionised this and is a sought after treatment as a result.

  1. Align – Invisalign clear braces (removable) and other alternatives can be used to straighten the teeth.
  2. Brighten – Teeth whitening is carried out to improve the colour of teeth towards the end of the align phase.
  3. Contour – Now the teeth are straight and you are happy with their colour. Composite (white fillings) bonding can be used to improve their shape. Porcelain veneers can also be used here if applicable.

At West Parade Dental Care, we have been able to provide this treatment for many of our patients.

Veneers themselves are a brilliant treatment and provide great results, but many of our patients do understand and choose composite bonding as there is far less damage to their teeth, costs far less and they still can have the smile they have always wanted.


ICON and Microabrasion

If you have tooth stains that can’t be removed by whitening alone, at West Parade Dental Care, we offer ICON and microabrasion.


This treatment requires no drilling. This minimally invasive technique uses a process of infiltration to blend the white spots in with the rest of the tooth.


Combines gentle bleaching with a technique that gently sloughs away the outer, stained layers of enamel, leaving behind a smooth glassy surface.

Microabrasion - before and after

Composite Bonding and Porcelain Veneers

At West Parade Dental Care we want you to be happy and comfortable with your smile. Composite bonding and porcelain veneers can be used to safely and effectively improve minor imperfections, unsightly gaps or discoloured teeth.

Composite veneers have radicalised the field of cosmetic dentistry as they are biologically non-invasive and can be carried out by the dentist in surgery over one appointment. You can see how it helps with the ABC technique to provide minimally invasive smiles.

Composite Bonding

What is composite bonding?

Composite Bonding is a technique that uses white filling material which is bonded to the tooth enamel and then sculpted to. Some of its applications are:

  • Cosmetic smile makeover
  • Repair broken, vulnerable, chipped or worn teeth
  • Protect broken, vulnerable, chipped or worn teeth
  • Improve tooth colour
  • Change tooth shape, size and close gaps between teeth
  • Repair and protect teeth from wear

Why composite bonding is a good choice for you?

  • Composite bonding is minimally invasive
  • Beautiful and immediate results
  • Easily repairable and usually reversible
  • No or limited drilling
  • In many cases no injections are needed

At West Parade Dental Care we are keen to use this technique where indicated. As dentists we enjoy helping our patients have a healthy and beautiful smile. In the case of composite bonding, results can be seen immediately.

Veneers: Porcelain

How do veneers work?

Veneers are thin layers of porcelain that are permanently bonded to your existing tooth. They are hand crafted for each individual tooth from the finest materials. Porcelain veneers can be used in multiple applications, to provide a wonderful smile with their almost unrivalled appearance. Many dentists and patient choose veneers for their, strength, protection and durability of natural teeth.

The procedure usually requires two appointments – one for the tooth preparation and for taking impressions, and one for the placing of the veneers.


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