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Emergency Medical Dental Clinic is North Dublin’s Premier Emergency and Aesthetic Dentistry Clinic open 7 Days a week including Saturday and Sundays every weekend.

Our skilled staff considers dentistry to be an artistic talent.

With our smile makeovers, we are passionate about improving our patients' smiles and lifestyles. Contact our knowledgeable staff in Smile Hub Dental Clinic right away if you're searching for the greatest veneers.

What are dental veneers?

Veneers make teeth that are broken, damaged, or uneven look better, enhancing your smile. For people with significantly discoloured teeth, dental veneers may also be a good alternative. They are individually moulded by hand and then placed over each tooth. Because each patient will require a different shape, colour, and appearance for their dental veneers, our staff views veneer creation as a skilled art form.

Why dental veneers?

Veneers can enhance the appearance of a variety of dental issues. Dental veneers are commonly used to address the following issues:

Teeth that are discoloured might be stained for a variety of reasons, including smoking or genetics.

Missing teeth or spaces between teeth: Gum disease, tooth decay, trauma, or impact/injury can all cause tooth loss.

Teeth that have been chipped or damaged can happen for a number of reasons. A tooth chip can be fixed with just one veneer.

Types of dental veneers

At our clinic in Smile Hub Dental Clinic, Sutton our staff is pleased to offer both porcelain and composite veneers.

Porcelain Veneers

Our dental professionals create porcelain veneers specifically to mimic the appearance of real teeth. Even though they are a long-term solution, they can be applied within a single visit to our clinic. Before applying porcelain veneers to your teeth, a small portion of your enamel must be removed.

Composite Veneers

Typically, composite veneers require just one visit to be installed. Composite resin is used to create composite veneers, which are then put directly to the tooth in layers. This can then be moulded to alter the size and form so that they take on the appearance of real teeth. Composite veneers are quite robust and adaptable.

How do veneers work?

Prior to performing veneers, our specialists will first need to do a full tooth hygiene examination. Prior to receiving cosmetic treatment, any necessary restorations, hygiene issues, and gum disease must be addressed and treated.

Porcelain veneers

The teeth are prepped at the initial appointment. There will be a local anaesthetic applied. This procedure comprises a small amount of enamel removal from some crucial parts of the front surface and a biting edge to create room for the veneer.

Using a template created from the 3D preview model, impressions are obtained, and temporary veneers are created. This is significant because it enables our patients to test the intended smile design in their mouths before the veneers are created. The final veneers replicate any alterations or minor revisions made to the temporaries.

After about two weeks, patients are once more welcomed to come see our skilled dental veneers experts in Smile Hub Dental Clinic. At the second main treatment appointment, the teeth are sealed off from moisture and the porcelain veneers are placed.

Composite veneers

Application of composite veneers varies slightly. Your teeth are directly fitted with these veneers. Dental veneers are put to your teeth after they have been cleaned and prepared for them. After they've had some time to use them and eat with them, we also check in with our patients a few days later to make sure everything is okay.

The benefits of veneers

There are numerous advantages to using dental veneers. Dental veneers can be the best choice for you if you want to make a long-lasting change to your smile that will be sure to produce stunning results. They exhibit durability and a natural appearance, standing the test of time. Dental veneers are a decision that also helps you feel more confident. Additionally, dental veneers require about the same amount of maintenance that your natural teeth do.

How long do veneers last?

When properly maintained, veneers are exceedingly durable. If you follow a decent oral hygiene regimen at home and continue to visit our Harley Street office twice a year for dental exams, your veneers should endure for a very long time. Although your lifestyle might have an impact, well-maintained veneers can last between 15 and 20 years.

What are veneers made from?

Glass is a form of porcelain, whereas composite veneers are created from a resin substance that is tooth coloured. Porcelain veneers provide a significantly whiter and brighter smile than composite veneers because they are less likely to discolour. During your appointment, a member of our knowledgeable staff will talk about the best choice for you while keeping you informed at all times.

After care for veneers

Like natural teeth, dental veneers can and should be taken care of. You must practice good dental hygiene at home. Use fluoride toothpaste to brush your teeth two times every day. Additionally, you ought to use mouthwash and floss twice daily. For routine dental checks, we advise coming to our Smile Hub Dental Clinic. Our skilled dental hygienists will be able to monitor the condition of your veneers while giving you advise and direction as you follow your treatment's aftercare instructions.

What are the best veneers?

A professional dentist from our clinic will talk about your best course of treatment when you schedule a consultation.

What should I choose?

During your appointment, our dentists will go through the advantages and disadvantages of both options with you and develop the best course of action for you.

How many veneers will I need?

The top teeth, which are the ones that are most visible when you smile, are typically covered with veneers. Although it is feasible to apply more than one veneer, often a single veneer is all that is required.

Do veneers ruin my natural teeth?

Your teeth won't be ruined by veneers, no. In some cases, it is feasible to place veneers completely without affecting your natural teeth. We constantly strive to use the least invasive technique when placing veneers. To get the best results, always go to a professional cosmetic dentist at Smile Hub Dental Clinic.

How long do gums take to heal after veneers?

Following veneers, gums may be uncomfortable for up to two or three weeks, although this is typical. Your veneers may require some getting used to. At our clinic, we'll keep an eye on your development to make sure your gums are healing properly.

Our mission is to provide exceptional aesthetic dentistry while also promoting long-term dental wellness.

Our carefully selected team of dental specialists will go above and beyond to ensure that each patient's treatment plan is specifically tailored to their needs.

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Our Treatments

At Emergency Dental Clinic, we welcome all patients and provide a full range of dental, restorative, cosmetic, orthodontic, and surgical treatments that are specifically tailored to your needs.

General Dentistry

Whatever the reason for a patient’s visit, we want them to feel at home when they visit Smile Hub Dental Clinic.

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Our Smile Hub Hygienists have received further training to assist dentists in providing patient care. Hygienists serve a vital part in dental health care, focusing on gum health, teaching individuals how to properly care for their teeth at home, and applying preventative materials to teeth and gums.

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Gum infections are more common than people realise, as is tooth decay leading to gum infection. Although easily prevented gum infection may lead to severe discomfort and tooth loss if untreated, as the teeth and gums are destroyed by the oral infection.

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If you need a tooth removed one of our highly skilled dentists will take a history of your dental and medical health followed by a comprehensive extraoral and intraoral dental examination.

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When a tooth has decay or accidental damage your dentist may recommend a dental filling. This simple operative procedure ensures that all decay and the affected tooth structure will be cleanly removed and replaced with a durable filling material.

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Sensitive teeth feel sore when exposed to changes in temperature, as experienced when eating hot or cold foods and when breathing in air.

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Imagine being able to straighten your teeth without anyone knowing! Invisalign is a clever system which uses extremely thin clear aligners enabling you to straighten your teeth discreetly.

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Here at Smile Hub Dental Clinic in Bayside Medical Centre, one of our great orthodontic options is the Inman Aligner. The Inman aligner is a great option for patients with crowding or protruding front teeth.

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Here at Smile Hub Dental Clinic in Bayside Medical Centre, we provide bonded retainers after orthodontic treatment and to prevent teeth from moving out of place.

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SureSmile is a novel approach to creating custom braces that enables precise and effective outcomes.

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Orthodontics corrects misaligned teeth in your mouth improving your smile’s appearance, function and the health of your teeth and gums. At Smile Hub Dental

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Cosmetic Dentistry

A dental ceramic crown or dental cap is a tooth-shaped shell which encompasses a broken down tooth to reinforce it and provide structural strength to your damaged tooth.

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At Smile Hub Dental Clinic, we offer Inlays and Onlays to restore teeth towards the back of the mouth that have decay or damage. Inlays and Onlays are stronger and last longer than tooth coloured fillings

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At Smile Hub Dental Clinic in Bayside Medical Centre your dentist can provide you with a dental bridge for a tooth replacement or gap in your mouth.

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Dentures are prosthetic appliances created to replace missing teeth. Dentures are held in or supported by the surrounding soft and hard tissues in the mouth

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At Smile Hub Dental Clinic in Bayside Medical Centre we provide veneers which are thin pieces of porcelain which are custom-made and bonded to the front of your natural teeth to improve your tooth’s shape, shade and alignment.

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Composite bonding or cosmetic bonding is a procedure where the dentist adds a special coloured resin to your teeth to improve their appearance. It is absolutely pain free, no anaesthesia is needed and there is no permanent alteration to the natural tooth structure, as no drilling is necessary.

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At Smile Hub Dental Clinic in Bayside Medical Centre our highly skilled dentists pride ourselves in being teeth whitening experts. Smile Hub Dental Clinic is North Dublin’s Premier Cosmetic Dental Clinic.

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At Smile Hub Dental Clinic in Bayside Medical Centre our highly skilled dentists treat decayed, fractured, discoloured, worn, chipped and cracked teeth in adults. A lot of our patients attend for our cosmetic smile solutions as they’re unhappy with the shape or colour of their teeth.

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Emergency Dentistry

At Smile Dental Clinic in Bayside Medical Centre our highly skilled dentists provide emergency treatment to fix broken teeth, broken fillings and crowns or bridges.

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At Smile Hub Dental Clinic in Bayside Medical Centre our highly experienced dentists know that no tooth replacement is ever as good as your natural tooth. Saving your own tooth should always be your principal objective when a dental emergency arises.

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At Smile Hub Dental Clinic in Bayside Medical Centre our highly skilled dentists prioritise the extraction of infected or painful wisdom teeth. Wisdom teeth can be painful due to impaction, tooth decay or a gum infection.

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Gum disease or periodontal disease is an inflammatory disease which affects tissues surrounding the teeth. When plaque accumulates on the teeth it causes this type of bacterial infection.

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Here at Smile Hub Dental Clinic in Bayside Medical Centre we recommend booking an emergency appointment if you have busted your lip. Lips are made up of three layers of skin muscle and oral mucosa which is on the inside of the mouth.

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When we eat food debris can become trapped between teeth and are difficult to remove by flossing or brushing teeth. While eating unforeseen objects such as a piece of metal may also be present and become stuck in the gum tissue or tongue.

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