Cosmetic Dentistry Clinic opens in Ilford London
Belvedere Clinic specialises in Orthodontist procedures in their Ilford London Clinic
Why choose the Belvedere Clinic ?
The Belvedere Clinic have been established since 1985 and are currently one of the UK’s leading experts in Cosmetic Surgery and Cosmetic Dentistry. Our Ilford clinic has had a complete refurbishment with the latest technology used for Cosmetic dentistry. Book a free no-obligation consultation with one of our Orthodontist and take a look inside our brand new clinic.
The Belvedere Ilford Clinic is ideally situated for people that live in London, Kent or Essex
Achieve the perfect smile with the Belvedere Dentistry in London
Teeth Whitening Bleaching – Teeth whitening is the most popular cosmetic dental treatment because it can significantly improve the appearance of teeth at much less cost than other techniques.
Dental Bonding – Tooth bonding can provide cosmetic dental treatment for a variety of dental aesthetic problems such as chipped, gapped, discoloured or oddly shaped teeth.
Porcelain Veneers –Veneers offer the most revolutionary (but also the most expensive) advancement in aesthetic dentistry.
Orthodontic treatment – Orthodontics are not just for kids. More and more adults are seeking treatment from orthodontists in order to improve their smile, especially after the introduction of clear brackets.
Enamel shaping – Tooth shaping is an effective way to correct minor flaws, such as slightly uneven, crowded, overlapping or crooked teeth.
Gingivoplasty-Gum Lift – Also known as crown lengthening, gum contouring or gum lift.
Dental implants – Dental implants are artificial tooth root replacements that are used for replacing missing teeth.
Tooth-colored fillings – Previous generations of dental fillings that dentists used to treat tooth decay were composed by gold, amalgam and other materials that were very obvious when you smiled.
Micro-abrasion – Discoloured enamel can be gently ground away using an abrasive, acid-based paste.
Crowns – Crowns, also referred as caps, are dental restorations more suitable for natural teeth that have sustained significant loss of structure, or for dental implants used to replace missing teeth.