Find a cosmetic dentist in Dundee

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


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
4.916666706403096 Rating
12 reviews
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Dundee is a City in Scotland. It is located in Scotland’s Eastern Central Lowlands. It is the centre of the DD Post Code area. Specifically DD1 – DD6 cover Dundee. The University of Dundee has a school of dentistry. There are 142,700 people living in Dundee.

If you are looking for a smile makeover then Dundee has a number of practices, which can offer you cosmetic dental treatments. These can range from aesthetic to restorative treatments.

If you teeth are dull and in need of brightening, ask your dentist about their teeth whitening systems which can have your teeth several shades whiter in under an hour. If you feel that your teeth are stained too greatly or if you have chipped teeth then natural-looking porcelain veneers may be a good option, which your dentist can offer.

Braces can take a while to provide results but when they do they can be amazing, with smiles changed for the better. In the past such treatments had been an embarrassment to wear, with traditional metal braces being ugly and uncomfortable. However, this area has advanced dramatically over the last few years and such brace systems as Invisalign, 6-month smiles, Inman aligners and Damon brackets are discreet, effective braces which go virtually unnoticed for the entirety of your treatment.

More severe dental problems such as tooth decay and gum disease may at first be treated with procedures such as root canal surgery and periodontal cleaning but sometime the damage may be permanent and the teeth is usually removed to stop the spread of the infection. This highlights the importance of regular dental check-ups, as often many of these problems can be spotted early on and then prevented from developing. However, if you have suffered tooth loss it is always advised that you get the tooth or teeth replaced so as to halt any future problems such as trouble eating and speaking. Procedures such as dentures, implants, crowns and bridges are effective ways of replacing teeth and leaving you with natural looking and feeling teeth.

If you have avoided the dentist due to dental phobia there are many dental specialists in the Dundee area who experience and trained in helping and supporting anxious patients. Check for recommendations in your area for dentists with high dental phobic ratings. 

Many of these procedures are only offered by private cosmetic dentists and are therefore not covered by the NHS price band and if classed as non-essential are not including in the list of procedures offered by the NHS.

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