Below are a selection of cases worked on by Professor Paul Tipton and his team.
This lady was unhappy about her front bridge. She thought it looked too yellow, not natural and too short, giving a flat smile. A new bridge was made with larger more natural teeth to give a beautiful smile.
This lady was unhappy with her worn and old-looking teeth. She decided to have a “Dental Facelift” to give her a younger appearance and a beautiful smile. Porcelain veneers were placed in her front teeth with beautiful results.
This lady was unhappy about the colour and the way her teeth slanted inwards. Minimal preparation veneers were placed to improve the colour, shade and positioning creating a beautiful smile.
This patient was unhappy about his old porcelain fused to metal crowns which were too yellow. New whiter Zirconia crowns were placed to give a dazzling “Hollywood Smile”.
Implants can be completed by general dentists however, we prefer to use an implant specialist alongside Professor Tipton who is a specialist in prosthodontics to ensure our patients get the very best results.
This patient was treated with Dental Implants to replace his failing upper bridgework and wanted a very natural result.
This gentleman had suffered from tetracycline staining and poor NHS treatment throughout his life. He decided to have private restorative treatment from a “specialist” and after lengthy treatment was completed he had a full mouth reconstruction
The images here show a lady who was unhappy with the worn and old-looking appearance of her teeth. she had been seeing her NHS dentist for many years but thought there could be more on offer than simple fillings or patch-up dentistry. After a combination of orthodontics, gum lifts and crowns, her smile and facial appearance was transformed.
Dear Valued Patient,
Due to the current unprecedented circumstances it is with regret that I have had to take the unfortunate decision to close the practice until further notice.We will be contacting all patients who currently have appointments booked with us. Please do not attend the practice, even for emergencies, as we cannot currently allow access to the building.
We would also like to take this opportunity to remind patients to follow government guidance during this difficult time and wherever possible to STAY AT HOME.
Please only contact us in cases of a genuine emergency as we need to prioritise our limited resources to help those who need us.
We would like to send you our best wishes and hope that you stay safe and well during this extremely difficult time.
Professor Paul Tipton