Find a cosmetic dentist in Bristol
Bristol is the South West of England’s largest city. The cities of Bath and Gloucester can be found to the South East and North of Bristol respectively. Bristol forms the basis of the BS postcode. The School of Oral and Dental sciences, part of the University of Bristol, is based in the city. The city has a population of 433,100.
Basic oral hygiene is recommended by all dental practitioners, as are regular check-ups but sometimes extra attention is needed to maintain your oral health. A deep, intensive clean from a dental hygienist is an excellent way of enhancing the health of your teeth and mouth, whilst giving you a beautiful, glossy smile.
If you feel that your teeth are beyond this step and need intensive care then there are numerous treatments to help diseased or damaged teeth such as root canal surgery and periodontal treatments. If the damage has passed this stage and teeth are now missing it is highly recommended that you replace them to halt any future eating or speech problems. Treatments available for the replacement of teeth include crowns, bridges, implants and dentures.
If your teeth are in need of realignment then cosmetic dentists in Bristol are able to offer you some of the more advanced versions of brace treatment including the Damon brace system, 6-month smiles, Invisalign and Inman aligners all of which are discrete and unnoticeable.
Dental phobia is very common and can affect people so much that they put off dental appointments for years. This can have serious repercussions concerning oral health and so many Bristol practitioners are highly experienced and trained in treating nervous patients, so they don’t have to miss out on good dental health.
If your teeth are deeply stained and in need of brightening then there are a number of options available including teeth whitening and veneers for dull, cracked teeth. These will have your teeth feeling and looking beautiful and pure.
Rejuvenation for your face is now available from many dentists, who have been trained in non-surgical procedures such as Botox and dermal fillers. Ask your dentist if they are able to provide such a service.
Many of these treatments are classed as non-essential and are only available from private practices. To check which procedures are available on the NHS consult your dentist or visit the NHS website.
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