Find a cosmetic dentist in Edinburgh
The capital of Scotland, Edinburgh is in the South East of the country, next to the Firth of Forth. The EH postcode, also called the Edinburgh postcode, is centred on the city but also covers outlying areas. The Edinburgh Postgraduate Dental Institute can be found in the city at the University of Edinburgh. The city has 477,660 inhabitants.
Edinburgh cosmetic dentists offer a wide variety of treatments to suit any problems or needs you have. Note, that the cost of dental treatment is higher for cosmetic dentistry from a private practitioner and that only essential treatment such as check-ups and fillings are available from NHS dentists on the NHS price band. If you wish to find a local NHS dentist and find the availability and price of treatments consult the NHS website.
If you are looking for straightening treatment for crooked, misaligned teeth then ask your dentist about such advanced, discreet orthodontic treatments as 6-month smiles, Inman aligners, the Damon brace system and Invisalign.
Missing teeth can show underlying gum and bone problems and if left untreated can lead to speech and eating problems. Therefore it is important to replace any missing teeth you have with treatments such as implants, bridges, crowns and dentures, all of which are tailored to your mouth and teeth to leave you with a healthy, natural looking smile.
Gum disease is a major contributor to tooth loss and can be prevented with maintained oral hygiene. If you feel that your teeth need a little bit extra than your usual manual brushing then consult your dentist about deep, intensive cleaning or periodontal treatment to thoroughly freshen your mouth and prevent serious problems developing. Going to see your dentist once every 6 months is a good way to spot these issues before it is too late and it recommended that you stick of regular appointments.
Teeth cleaning can also improve the aesthetics of your smile but if your feel that your teeth may need a little bit more help there are other options, which include teeth whitening and porcelain veneers for chipped, dull teeth, perfect for adding extra shine and gloss to your smile.
The addition of non-surgical treatments such as dermal fillers and Botox are now becoming common practice at many dentists. Ask your dentist if they provide these procedures.
Dental phobic patients can often suffer poor oral health due to their fears, which many dentists wish to rectify by undergoing training to find the best way to help anxious patients have the most comfortable visits and treatment possible. Check your local area for practitioners recommended for their dental phobic skills.
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