Find a cosmetic dentist in Peterborough

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


Dentastique

Bishops Rd, Cambridge, CB2 9NH
Web: www.dentastique.co.uk Tel: 01223 840621

The Dental Suite

The Dental Suite, 7-9 Rutland Street, Leicester, LE1 1RB
Web: www.dental-suite.co.uk Tel: 0116 255 4373
4.27692305124723 Rating
13 reviews

Ice Dental Spa - Northampton dentists

21 Main Road, Duston, Northampton, NN5 6JF
Web: www.icedentalspa.co.uk Tel: 01604 757 360
Your business here

Peterborough is a city in the East of England, approximately 75 miles to London’s North. The Post Code for the City is PE. The closest dental schools are in Birmingham and London, cities 80 miles and 75 miles away respectively. The City of Peterborough has 164,000 residents.

Local NHS dentists are only able to provide a certain number of treatments, which are classed as ‘essential’ such as checkups, fillings and root canal surgery. For the other ‘non-essential’ procedures including Invisalign, teeth whitening and veneers, consult your local cosmetic dentist for a list of their treatments.

If you are unhappy with the colour of your teeth, your dentist can provide you with a number of treatments to rectify the problem such as a deep, thorough clean, teeth whitening and veneers, which will have your teeth looking beautiful and glossy in no time.

Check-ups ensure that any problems you may have don’t escalate, with treatments such as fillings, root canal surgery and periodontal cleaning stopping the spread of infection and disease. If decay is left to grow in your mouth you could suffer from tooth decay, gum disease and eventually tooth loss. Going to your dentist every 6 months could prevent these serious conditions ruining your teeth and smile.

For those who have suffered tooth loss, it is always advised that you replace the missing tooth as it can lead to problems such as instability during eating and speech impediments. Implants, dentures, bridges and crowns are a number of options your cosmetic dentist could offer you to restore your smile and stabilise your bite.

Your teeth aren’t the only area your cosmetic dentist can enhance, with a number of private dental clinics now offering Botox and dermal fillers along with their dental treatments. Ask your cosmetic dentist if they are trained in the use of dermal fillers and Botox.

Dental phobia affects a large number of people in the UK but rest assured that there are numerous dentists available who are specially trained in helping and supporting anxious patients. Many clinics also offer the option of sedation; consult your dentist if they are one of the practices that do this.

Crooked, twisted teeth can ruin a smile and cause lowered self-esteem, but sometimes the orthodontic treatment offered is even more unattractive, with clunky, metal braces a very ugly and clichéd imaged. This does not have to be the reality and your cosmetic dentist will have a whole range of orthodontic treatments for you to choose from. These could include many of the industry’s ‘invisible’ braces, which are virtually undetectable and include Incognito, lingual braces and Invisalign. Consult your dentist to find the best brace system for your situation and needs.

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