Find a cosmetic dentist in Carlisle

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


The Cosmetic Dental Clinic Newcastle

2 Old Eldon Square Newcastle-Upon-tyne, Tyne-and-Wear, NE1 7JG
Web: www.thecosmeticdentalclinic.com Tel: 0191 260 3688

Riveredge Cosmetic Dentistry

Quayside House, Wylam Wharf, Low Street, Sunderland, SR1 2AD
Web: www.riveredge.co.uk Tel: 0191 567 1020
4.916666706403096 Rating
12 reviews

Barnton Dental Spa - Edinburgh dentists

1B, Parkgrove Street, EH4 7NS
Web: www.barntondentalspa.co.uk Tel: 0131 3361360
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Carlisle is a city near the West Coast of England and 10 miles to the South of the border between England and Scotland. The Post Code district of Carlisle is CA1 – CA6. The nearest dental school to Carlisle is at the University of Newcastle, 52.62 miles away. Carlisle possesses 71,733 inhabitants.

Carlisle based cosmetic dentists can offer you a whole range of treatments for your dental and smile needs including gummy smiles, gaps between teeth and Botox and dermal fillers for crows feet and wrinkles.

If you suffer from dental phobia you will find many friendly dentists in your local area, who have been specially trained in helping and offering support to patients who suffer from anxiety. Many dental practices have specially designed rooms and other additions to make nervous patients as relaxed and comfortable as possible.

Check-ups are the best way to monitor your oral health and keep an eye out for any problems that may arise. It is recommended that you pay a visit every 6 months so if any problems do arise they are caught early and treated. Fillings, root canal surgery and periodontal cleanings are all mild procedures to ensure that your teeth and mouth are in the best of health.

Teeth cleanings once a year are a great way of giving your oral health a boost and protecting your teeth against plaque build up whilst leaving you with a beautiful, glossy smile. Teeth whitening is another good way of brightening your teeth and takes under and hour to complete if you felt that cleaning alone wouldn’t be enough.

Many cosmetic dentists offer smile makeovers, which can completely change the appearance of a person’s teeth and face. Treatment like this may involve more than one procedure often with a mixture of veneers, implants, crowns and cosmetic bonding but is well worth it if you have suffered accident, injury or severe tooth loss and your smile has been damaged.

Straightening your teeth is less arduous and time consuming when done with a cosmetic dentist and also a lot more discreet, with a great selection of braces offered. Systems such as Inman aligners, 6-month smiles, Invisalign and lingual braces are an advanced selection of ‘invisible’ braces, which will leaving you with a beautiful, straight smile without the hassle and embarrassment of traditional braces.

Please note that many of these procedures are only available from private dental practices who have their own price range. If you need to find a NHS dentist and a list of the treatments they offer visit the NHS website.

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