Cosmetic Dentistry - Walton Dental Surgery
We are a dental surgery in Walton on Thames, Surrey. We offer a range of dental treatments, including cosmetic dentistry. Call us on 01932 225 748.
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Cosmetic Dentistry

Filling Replacement

Cosmetic Dentistry can change your smile to give you confidence with the way your teeth look. We can improve your smile significantly by bonding tooth coloured filling material to your teeth or replacing discoloured fillings. We can also replace old silver amalgam fillings in the back teeth, with tooth coloured filling materials.

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain Veneers are thin sheets of porcelain bonded over the front of your teeth. A thin layer of the tooth surface is removed and the veneer is then bonded on to your natural tooth. It is made to fit perfectly.

Veneers can change the colour, position and shape of your natural teeth. Chipped and cracked teeth will also benefit from porcelain veneers.

Crowns & Bridges

A crown covers the tooth and is often the best way of protecting heavily filled teeth from breaking. They can also improve the appearance of misshapen and discoloured teeth.

A crown is colour matched to your existing teeth.

We offer three types of crowns, full gold crowns, porcelain bonded to metal and all porcelain crowns for a more natural smile.

A bridge replaces a missing tooth or teeth by using the teeth either side of the gap. It is made in exactly the same way as a crown with the same materials.

A fixed bridge is the most commonly used type of bridge. It consists of a supported false tooth fused between two crowns that are anchored on the neighbouring teeth or implants. Bridges can be either porcelain bonded to metal or all porcelain. These are fixed and cannot be removed.

An adhesive bridge needs minimal preparation. A metal wing with a false tooth attached to it, is bonded to the back of the tooth next to the gap.