Find a cosmetic dentist in Swansea

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


Queen Square Dental Clinic

Queen Square Dental & Implant Clinic, 17 Queen Square, Bristol, BS14NH
Web: www.queensquareclinic.com Tel: 0117 9272797

Crownhill Dental Practice

48 Morshead Road, Crownhill, Plymouth , PL6 5AQ
Web: www.crownhilldentalpractice.co.uk Tel: 01752 771656

Roy Morris BDS, Dental Excellence

67 Ombersley Street East, Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire, WR9 8QS
Web: www.excellence-in-dentistry.co.uk Tel: 01905 778873
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Swansea is a coastal city in South Wales. It is provided for by the Post Code area SA; SA1 – SA 7 cover the City. The closest dental school to Swansea is in Cardiff, 34 miles away. Swansea has 228,100 inhabitants.

Cosmetic dentists in Swansea can provide you with a vast array of dental treatments for any problems you may have. However, do take note that many of these treatments are only available from private practices and not with the NHS and therefore the NHS doesn’t cover the costs.

The best basis for any oral health is continual contact with your dentist and appointments should be booked for every 6 months. Visits can highlight problems that have yet to develop and therefore can still be prevented, which is always better than relying on a cure. If you have put off trips to the dentist due to dental phobia, rest assured that many dentists are specially trained and experienced in helping anxious patients and will go out of their way to give you the best visit possible.

Check-ups are a good way of preventing conditions such as gum disease, tooth decay and cavities worsening with treatments such as periodontal cleaning, root canal surgery and fillings being used to treat these problems. However, if decay spread and gums become infected sometimes the only option is tooth extraction to stop the problem affecting the entire mouth. If this happens it is always recommended that you replace the tooth so as to maintain the structure of your mouth and teeth and stop eating and speech problems developing. Some of the treatments for missing teeth include implants, dentures, crowns and bridges. Consult your dentist when deciding which is the best for you.

If your problem is orthodontic then there are a number of options for you to consider such as Invisalign, Inman aligner, 6-month smiles and Lingual braces. These are advanced, innovate brace systems, which discreetly treat your teeth whilst giving you the smile of your dreams.

Brightening your smile is quick and easy with a range of teeth whitening systems available from your cosmetic dentist. These can leave your teeth 7 shades whiter and only take 45 minutes. If you feel that the surface of your teeth are beyond whitening ask you dentist about porcelain veneers, which after two visits can change the whole look of your mouth for the better.

Faces can now be rejuvenated at the dentist with Botox and dermal fillers offered at many cosmetic dental clinics.

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