Find a cosmetic dentist in Brighton

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

Dental Studio

3b Little London, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1PH
Web: Tel: 01243 532992

Dental Studio

15 St. Georges Walk, Waterlooville, PO7 7TU
Web: Tel: 02392 254234
4.981818199157715 Rating
11 reviews

Love Teeth Dental

743 London Road Cheam Surrey, SM3 9DL
Web: Tel: 020 8337 0629
Your business here

Brighton is a town on the South Coast of England in the county of West Sussex. Alongside Hove and Portslade it was combined to form the City of Brighton and Hove in 1997. The Postcode’s BN1, BN2, BN50 and BN88 apply to Brighton. Brighton has a medical school that is run jointly by the University of Sussex and the University of Brighton and the University of Sussex.

Brighton has previously applied to establish a school of dentistry but has been unsuccessful up to the present. Therefore the nearest dental schools can be found in London. Brighton has a population of 155,919. When combined with the other constituent areas of the City, Brighton and Hove, the population reaches 256,600.

Cosmetic dentistry is continually growing and there are many private dental practices offering such procedures in the Brighton area. However, these treatments are classed as non-essential and a therefore not offered or covered by the NHS. If you are looking for an NHS practitioner and the treatments they offer check out the NHS website.

One of the most requested of cosmetic dental treatments is teeth whitening, which is available from most dental practices and takes under and hour to complete. Home whitening kits are also offered, which can be self-administered the whole year round. 

If you would like a straighter smile but hate the idea of the traditional, clumsy looking braces then fear no longer, with a whole new range of innovative, discreet treatments available to treat any orthodontic problems including the Inman aligners, Damon brace system and Invisalign. You will be left with gorgeous, straight teeth without the downside of ugly braces.

Orthodontic problems are just one condition that your dentist can observe through maintained check-ups. Others can be a lot more serious such as gum disease, root absorption or tooth decay and so it is extremely important that you visit your dentist at least twice a year to prevent such problems occurring.

However, if the damage has been done, then treatment may have to be administered. If your problem revolves around severely damaged or missing teeth your best options lie with such treatments as implants, dentures, crowns and bridges.

If your problems are less severe and mainly involve the aesthetics of your teeth you could turn to such treatments as teeth whitening for discoloured teeth or porcelain veneers for chipped or cracked teeth.

Facial aesthetic problems are now also treatable at the dentist with many offering non-surgical procedures such as dermal fillers and Botox. Ask your dentist if they are one such provider.

Many find themselves avoiding the dentist due to dental phobia but it is of utmost important to your dental health and well being in general to maintain regular appointments. Many dentists are highly experienced and trained in the area of dental phobia and can offer support and advice whatever your concerns. Search online for those practitioners with high dental phobia ratings to help you choose a provider.

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