Find a cosmetic dentist in Dumfries

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


Barnton Dental Spa - Edinburgh dentists

1B, Parkgrove Street, EH4 7NS
Web: www.barntondentalspa.co.uk Tel: 0131 3361360

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
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Dumfries can be found in the South West of Scotland, close to the border with England. Its Post Code districts are DG1 and DG2. The closest dental schools are either to the north in Glasgow, or across the border to the east in Newcastle. Dumfries has over 43,000 people living within the town.

If you have come to this page looking for a cosmetic dentist in Dumfries, treatments offered may include dentures, orthodontics, porcelain veneers (including single visit CEREC veneers), dental implants, teeth whitening and ortho treatments. Most dentists also offer routine dental procedures such as root canal treatment, crowns and bridges.

From seeking a cosmetic dentist to improve your smile, to booking a dental appointment for toothache, there are numerous dentists in Dumfries. Typical concerns of patients include halitosis (bad breath), bleeding gums (due to gum disease), gaps between teeth, gummy smiles, headaches caused by TMJ disorder, discoloured or ‘yellow looking’ teeth, stained teeth and decayed teeth. Anxious patients can also be treated in Dumfries under the care of dentists focusing on dental phobia. You can also find several dentists in Dumfries who offer Botox, dermal fillers and other facial rejuvenation treatments, to compliment your smile.

NHS dental care is available in Dumfries and waiting lists may vary between practices. The treatments that you may be entitled to with an NHS dentist will be restricted to non-cosmetic treatments or if you are in pain and require an emergency dentist. The national health service, does not fund treatment for cosmetic reasons.

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