While wisdom teeth can be just a mild source of discomfort with no real problems, they can be very painful and require treatment by a dentist.More info
Dental crowns are sometimes referred to as ‘teeth caps’. They’re a restorative technique designed to reconstruct damaged teeth that are beyond repair. In other words, a crown will cover a broken part of the tooth and restore its strength and function without appearing out of place. Crowns can also be used to reshape teeth that are uneven, and can rapidly improve the appearance of teeth that might have become discoloured due to fillings or natural decay.
At Smile Concepts, we know how important your smile is. It forms part of your identity and can be a very sensitive issue. You will always have final say on your choice of restorative treatment, but we’ll also offer a helping hand along the way. Our team are expertly trained, and we offer cutting edge treatments including metal free ‘all ceramic’ crowns on both front and back teeth. These are more cosmetic and far less destructive than conventional crowns with a metal core. For tooth reconstruction that is natural looking, durable and functional, dental crowns are a great choice.
To find out more about getting dental crowns in Solihull, or to arrange a consultation with a specialist, contact us today.
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We care about your wellbeing and provide premium levels of service and care. We believe that high quality, comprehensive dental treatment is the best way to preserve teeth and prevent tooth loss.
Dental hygiene is at the heart of our preventative care and we believe in treating our patients using the most up to date clinical research and protocols.
We deliver the most comprehensive dental care available in the UK today, with prevention at the heart of the practice philosophy, where quality and care go hand in hand.
A person’s smile and face says a lot about a person, it is one of the first things people notice when they meet someone, and at smile concepts it is our passion if you so wish to make sure your smile is healthy and is the best it can possibly be. This is complimented by being at the forefront of non-surgical facial aesthetics.
Too much stress can have a very detrimental affect on your oral health ; affect your mouth, teeth and gums. Find out what to do.More info
World Oral Health Day : we emphasize ‘Live Mouth Smart’ to protect your oral health and helping everyone to live a better quality of life into older age.More info
In the UK we have the tooth fairy and the general perception is of a Tinkerbell like figure. The concept can be useful in encouraging oral care in children.More info