Find a cosmetic dentist in Middlesbrough

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


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

Clock Tower Dental Care

3 North Parade, Ripon, HG4 1ES
Web: www.clocktowerdentalcare.co.uk Tel: 01765 602161

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
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Middlesbrough is a town, officially a part of North Yorkshire, situated in the North East of England. It is located on the banks of the River Tees and close to the mouth of the Tees Estuary. TS is the Post Code associated with the town. The nearest dental school to the town is in Newcastle, which is further north up the east Coast of the country. There are 139,000 people resident within the town.

Middlesbrough has a number of cosmetic dentists able to provide you with a number of great treatments for your teeth and smile needs.

Beautiful, white teeth are easily attainable with only once visit to your cosmetic dentist, who can have your teeth 7 shades whiter in under an hour. Chipped, discoloured teeth are also treatable with porcelain veneers.

For orthodontic problems your cosmetic dentist can provide you with a whole range of advanced and innovative brace systems such as Incognito, simpli5, 6-month smile and Invisalign. Many of these are classed as ‘invisible’ braces, which discreetly and effectively straighten your teeth, leaving you with a gorgeous, beautiful smile.

Check-ups are essential to your oral health and should be booked every 6 months. If symptoms such as severely sensitive teeth, bleeding gums and wobbly teeth occur book an appointment with your dentist at once, as they could be an indication of something serious. Conditions such as tooth decay and gum disease often result in tooth loss, which can greatly affect the appearance of your smile. To replace missing teeth, your cosmetic dentist can provide you with a number of treatments such as dentures, implants, crowns and bridges, which are custom-made to fit your mouth and teeth.

Cosmetic procedures such as Botox and dermal fillers are now available from your local cosmetic dentist and can be used to treat lines and wrinkles. Ask your dentist if he or she practices these procedures.

Dental phobia can result in missed visits and appointments and can potentially affect your oral health. If you are especially fearful of the dentist you can check online for dentists who are highly rated and recommended by past patients and who are specially trained in helping dental phobic clinics.

Please note that a number of these treatments are only provided by private clinics and are not offered by the NHS or subject to their price band. For more information on NHS treatments visit the NHS website.

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