Advances in modern materials and techniques have meant that we can now offer treatment to improve the shape, colour and appearance of your teeth to give you the confidence you’ve always wanted. Modern techniques such as crowns, bridges, veneers, tooth-coloured fillings, orthodontics, tooth whitening and dental implants are all available at our dental practice serving Lymm and the Warrington area.
This kind of treatment is aimed at giving you natural looking teeth and restoring your ability to eat anything you wish. What types of problems does cosmetic dentistry solve?
If your teeth are dark or worn and make you look older; if gaps or chips make you feel self-conscious; or if crooked or discoloured teeth stop you from smiling fully, cosmetic dentistry can help. The negative effects of abnormal gum tissue or out-of-date dental treatment are also problems that can be corrected with cosmetic dentistry.
Renewed public awareness is allowing aesthetic dentistry to take its rightful place alongside other cosmetic procedures such as face-lifts. It is becoming less acceptable to have discoloured, uneven or missing teeth. Innovative dental techniques can undoubtedly create a more youthful and attractive look.
We use the most modern technology, in a comfortable and – soothing environment to provide the best cosmetic treatments such as:
Tooth whitening makes it possible to whiten most yellowed or stained teeth even teeth stained by tobacco, coffee and tetracycline can be dramatically improved. The convenience of Power tooth whitening is the perfect choice for the busy individual, the results may vary and depend upon your initial tooth colour and oral hygiene.
Implants are a great way to replace missing teeth, whether it’s a single tooth, multiple Teeth, or a full set of dentures that you are replacing. Dentures, bridges or individual teeth attached to implants provide stability, a more secure fit and a more natural look and feel. Find out more »
When a tooth is missing it can cause a chain reaction of problems. Surrounding teeth may shift, causing stress to your jaw joint (TMJ) when you chew. It is much harder to clean teeth that have shifted, so harmful tartar can build up, which can cause cavities and gum disease. A bridge fills in this space, using the adjacent teeth for support. With the new technology available it is now possible to create an all porcelain bridge for the best cosmetic results. Find out more »
To replace silver fillings.
Advances in dental materials technology have created strong new synthetic tooth-coloured restorative materials that help you look your best.
A beautiful choice if you decide you’d like your tooth restored with a white material, we can use either porcelain or composite resin, which is a plastic like substance. We’ll carefully match the chosen material to your natural teeth, so the restoration will blend in well.
Strong and durable both porcelain and composite resin bond securely to your tooth, so the restorations are extremely strong and durable. Also, because they are bonded, we can be more conservative when we prepare your tooth for the filling, so you retain more of your natural, healthy tooth.
White crowns used to only be made of porcelain fused to metal, often leaving a dark grey area at the gum line. Using the latest technology we can create your crown entirely from porcelain. All porcelain crowns are translucent, like your own natural teeth, so they look great.
Veneers are thin shells of porcelain that are used to whiten teeth as well as correct problems like chipped, misshapen, crooked or worn teeth. Once they’ve been bonded to your teeth, veneers virtually become part of your teeth. You can use them like you would your own teeth, because the bond is extremely strong.
We offer various ways to align your teeth. All are discreet and can move your teeth in a quick and controlled way making great improvements in your smile. Find out more »
To book a consultation today please call us on 01925 758 616 and see how can help you create a winning smile with our cosmetic dentistry procedures.
If you would like to book an appointment please use the form below. Alternatively, you can give us a call on 01925 758 616
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Our core service is general dentistry but we do provide many advanced services so that we can provide a modern, comprehensive, dental service to our patients. We invest in new technologies to improve patient experience and make your dental treatment as quick and comfortable as possible...
We have several dental emergency appointments every day. We understand that dental pain can be very distressing and debilitating, that a missing crown can be embarrassing so we reserve appointments to deal with these problems. These appointments are available to or regular patients and also to new patients or casual patients...
Loose teeth can be painful and embarrassing. Here at Dental Care with Jill Cooper, our first priority is to find out why your teeth are loose and then to work with you to get a long term solution. To find out more about the services we offer please contact the practice to arrange a consultation.
Here at Jill Cooper Dental Care we use a range of clear orthodontic systems so that we can find the system that will work for you the best. We can use aligners or clear removable appliances to give you that smile you are looking for. Please contact the practice to make your free clear orthodontic consultation appointment.
Including refer a friend discounts, Six Month Smile Summer Special, and buy one get one free examination for new patients!
We have a friendly happy atmosphere in the practice that puts children at ease and we provide a colouring area and children’s magazines in case there is a small wait.
Nervous Patients are extremely welcome. We understand that many people find coming to the dentist difficult and we work with you to make your dental experience at Dental Care with Jill Cooper as pleasant as possible.
Missing teeth can affect our smile, affect are ability to eat and talk, they can disrupt our bite and cause other teeth to move making them more prone to dental decay because of food packing between teeth and also sometimes gum disease.
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