Dentists in Derby, Derbyshire 44 Main Street, Etwall, Derby, Derbyshire DE65 6LP

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Smile Makeover

A smile makeover can be achieved using a combination of cosmetic procedures to improve the look of your smile and boost your self-esteem.

Common procedures for a smile makeover include veneers, teeth whitening, cosmetic bonding, orthodontics, dental implants, gum contouring, and white fillings.

How is a smile makeover done?

At your initial consultation you and your dentist will discuss your current dental health and the results you hope to achieve, whether that is whiter teeth, replacing a missing tooth, teeth straightening, correcting a gummy smile or anything else that makes you unhappy with your smile.

Based on your discussion your dentist will create a treatment plan. The duration of treatment will depend on the number and types of procedures you need to achieve your perfect smile.

Can a smile makeover be completed in a single visit?

Sometimes, yes! If all that is needed to transform your smile is simple like teeth whitening, dental bonding or white fillings. More complex treatments like Invisalign® orthodontics and dental implants surgery can take several months to complete.

To schedule a FREE consultation, please call Etwall Dental Practice on 01283 733391.

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COVID-19 update

Covid-19 Update 19.07.21

The rules about mask wearing and distancing are being removed as from 19th July.
However, healthcare establishments including dental practices will still request that you wear a mask when you attend, as our regulations are not changing as yet.
Etwall Dental Practice team are working extremely hard to provide a great service, thank you for bearing with us so far.
Due to the increase in dental care and, restrictions have not been changed for dental practices, waiting times for appointments have become longer.
We understand this may cause frustration, but we are doing our very best to accommodate your dental care.

Etwall Dental Practice supports the government’s ‘Zero Tolerance’ campaign for Health Service Staff