4 Treatments For a More Aesthetic Smile

Your smile is probably the most precious thing you’ll ever wear and taking pride in it can help you to feel confident and happy in yourself, throughout your life. If you’re feeling less than satisfied with your smile, don’t fret. There are cosmetic treatment options that we can offer you here at Corner House, performed by experienced professionals who really care about your smile and welfare.   

4 treatments for a more aesthetic smile - Corner House Dental


Veneers were first invented in the 1930s for Hollywood stars who had less than desirable-looking teeth. Today, veneers are bonded using a strong adhesive, which means they can last for between 10 and 15 years if you care for them well. Veneers are known for being a highly aesthetic and durable choice of restoration to address imperfections like discolouration, and cracked, widely spaced and broken teeth. What’s more, porcelain veneers are stain-resistant.

Tooth bonding

Tooth bonding is one of the most cost-effective and easy dental procedures to perform, helping to improve chipped, cracked and discoloured teeth. It’s true that bonding is a less durable option to veneers, lasting around 3-5 years but is an ideal option if you need a fast treatment that only necessities one appointment. A benefit of bonding is we won’t have to remove as much of your tooth enamel to accommodate the composite resin.

Micro abrasion

Known as the ‘facial for teeth’, microabrasion is suitable for teeth with white flecks, discolouration and surface stains. No need for any invasive practices like injections or drilling; micro-abrasion involves having an abrasive paste rubbed onto the teeth, which essentially exfoliates them. This leaves your teeth polished and gives them a natural and bright look. Microabrasion is especially effective when used in conjunction with teeth whitening treatment.

Tooth crowning

Most people will have heard of a crown, a small cap that fits over the top of a tooth to fortify it against further damage and to restore aesthetic appeal. Whilst veneers cover the front surface of a tooth, crowns replace your tooth’s whole biting surface. Crowns are most suitable when a tooth is heavily worn down or has a filling. Crowns and veneers fulfil the same purpose, but it’s true that veneers are considered their more attractive counterpart, as they’re stain resistant and don’t show a gum margin after several years.

We believe that no one should face a financial barrier when it comes to treatment for their smile, which is why we offer 0% finance options; click here to find out more.

If you would like more information about cosmetic and restorative dental treatment at Corner House, please don’t hesitate to contact us.