Find a cosmetic dentist in Bournemouth

No featured dentists were found in Bournemouth. Below are the 3 nearest featured dentists to Bournemouth.


Hampshire Dentists

Hampshire House 169A High Street Southampton, SO14 2BY
Web: www.hampshiredentists.com Tel: 02380 335 155

Barker Dental Care

9 Barnes Lane, Sarisbury Green, Southampton, , SO31 7DA
Web: www.barkerdentalcare.co.uk Tel: 01489 572308
4.349999964237213 Rating
4 reviews

Dental Studio

15 St. Georges Walk, Waterlooville, PO7 7TU
Web: www.studiodental.co.uk Tel: 02392 254234
4.975000023841858 Rating
8 reviews
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Bournemouth is located in Dorset, on the coast in the South West of England. The BH postcode covers Bournemouth and the surrounding areas. The closest dental school to Bournemouth is the Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry in Plymouth, on the coast to the West of Bournemouth. Bournemouth has 163,900 people resident in the town.

If you are looking for a range of cosmetic treatments then Bournemouth has many private cosmetic practitioners who can provide you with such services.

If you suffer from dull, discoloured teeth your dentist could offer you a number of treatments including a deep, intensive clean, teeth whitening and in the case of severely stained or chipped teeth, porcelain veneers. All of these treatments will leave you with a beautiful, glossy smile.

If you have missing teeth and need a natural looking replacement then consult you dentist about such options as implants, dentures, crowns and bridges, all of which are tailored to your mouth and teeth.

Many people require orthodontic treatment to correct and straighten teeth but most traditional braces are ugly and cumbersome. However, you local private practitioner can offer you a bigger and better range of braces including Inmam aligners, Invisalign and lingual braces all of which are discreet as well as effective. Consult your dentist to find the best brace for you.

Cosmetic dentists can now offer non-surgical cosmetic treatments such as Botox and dermal fillers to help erase lines and wrinkles. Ask your dentist if they practice these procedures.

Check-ups are essential to your oral health and it is recommended that you book an appointment every 6 months to ensure that your teeth and mouth are in the best condition. However, many people fear the dentist meaning they often avoid consultations and could possibly be putting their oral health at risk. To help you find the best dentist and treatment possible, search online for dentists in your local area who have high a dental phobia ratings and positive recommendations to ensure that you have the best visit possible.

Please note that many of these treatments are only available from private practitioners and are priced on a different band to the NHS. If you are looking for an NHS dentist and a list of procedures and their prices visit the NHS website.

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