With the surgery closed we understand that you might experience a dental problem that may need some attention. In this post we have put together some of the common problems that you may be suffering and how you could self manage them during the COVID-19 crisis.
If you have a discoloured smile, our tooth whitening service is performed to restore the natural whiteness to your teeth.
We offer a range of treatments to ensure that you have the perfect smile, including crowns and veneers.
We offer clear or ‘invisible’ braces – a great way to correct the alignment of your teeth without having to be worried about cracking a smile!
We now take appointments for both Botox Treatments and Dermal Fillers, call the surgery to make an appointment.
What Our Patients Say About Us
We’re Here To Help
Going to the dentist is one of the scariest things you have to do in day to day life. Let’s not fool ourselves – most people dread a visit to the dentist! It’s not just fear of what might be wrong; it’s fear of harsh dental professionals.
With over 60 years of experience, we know that everyone has dental troubles at one time or another and we’re happy to welcome you to our practice with a friendliness and professionalism.
We’re available for regular check-ups, oral hygiene and cosmetic dentistry. We have a comprehensive dental plan to help with costs. We’re happy to have a chat no matter what your dental needs are.
If things are desperate, we offer a same day emergency appointment service.
News & Views
Congratulations on making such a wise choice! Dentistry is both a rewarding and challenging profession and you can look forward to a long and stable career, you can also form lifelong bonds with your patients as well as the team and people you work with. It’s an opportunity to be a valuable part of the community and make an impact.
We all know that stress is bad for us and we should try and avoid it but in today’s busy lifestyle it can be hard to avoid it completely, life can get very stressful as we try to juggle everything. We all know about the many stress related medical conditions such as heart disease and anxiety but did you know that stress can have an impact on your dental health too?