Creative Smiles Walk For Marie Curie

Team Members Sara Martin & Leanne Hynes joined forces along with friends for a sponsored 10k walk at Stormont Estate to raise money to help Marie Curie nurses continue providing care for terminally ill patients. Last year over 7,600 walkers attended Walk Ten events around the country raising over £436,000.  The girls  enjoyed a beautiful rain […]

Align, Bleach & Bond with the Inman Aligner

This Gentleman from Carrickfergus came to Creative Smiles as he wished for a better smile. He did not like the colour of his teeth nor the twisted appearance of the upper lateral incisor teeth.    He was becoming aware of these issues all the time.  We carried out an in-depth assessment of our patient and spent time with him discussing all his […]

Almost INVISIBLE Tooth Straightening with the Invisalign Brace

We have recently just finished this lovely case at Creative Smiles.  This young Lady came to Creative Smiles after being recommended to us by her own Dentist.  She had always wanted straighter teeth but did not want to wear metal braces so her Dentist suggested that she visit us to discuss our almost invisible brace invisalign.   We carried out […]

Denplan Golf Challenge 2012

Well done to our Practice Principal Mark Gilbert along with Sean Corry who came first in the Denplan 2012 Golf Challenge set in beautiful Chateau Des Vigiers South West France over an 18 hole course.  Watch out Rory McIlroy!!    

High Quality Porcelain Veneers

Veneers are thin layers of porcelain that provide a new front surface for your teeth. Here at Creative Smiles we use high quality porcelain material for our veneers, the best option when it comes to such treatment. Veneers offer great versatility and are able to be used for an assortment of tooth problems: they can […]

Coconut oil could combat tooth decay

Coconut oil attacks the bacteria behind tooth decay and could be used in dental care products, according to research. Scientists found that coconut oil which had been treated with enzymes stopped the growth of Streptococcus bacteria – a major cause of tooth decay. Tooth decay affects 60% to 90% of children in industralised countries. Speaking […]