Find a cosmetic dentist in Portsmouth

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

Dental Studio

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

Dental Studio

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

Hampshire Dentists

Hampshire House 169A High Street Southampton, SO14 2BY
Web: Tel: 02380 335 155
Your business here

Portsmouth is a City located on the South Coast of England. It is unusual in being one of the only cities in the country, which is mainly located on an island, in this case Portsea Island. Southampton lies 19 Miles to the North West. Portsmouth has no dental school, the closest are located 64 miles away in London. There are approximately 200,000 people living in the City.

Regular cleaning and flossing are a great way to keep your teeth in good condition but a trip to the dentist every 6 months is also advised. Continual observation of your teeth and mouth can allow your dentist to monitor and treat any changes or problems, before they develop into something serious.

If you are one of many dental phobia sufferers, a trip to the dentist is your worse nightmare. However, there are many dentists in the Portsmouth area who are specially trained to help nervous patients have the best visits and treatments. Check online for a list of highly rated dental phobia dentists in your local area to find your ideal practitioner.

Botox and dermal fillers are now available from your local cosmetic dentist and can be used to treat lines, wrinkles and in some cases excessive sweating. Ask your dentist if he or she is practiced in this area.

Orthodontics is a quickly expanding area of cosmetic dentistry, with patients demanding more advanced, discreet and effective braces for their smile problems. A number of these systems are categorised as ‘invisible’ braces and are virtually undetectable when worn and include such braces as Incognito, lingual braces and Invisalign. If you are interested in any of these treatments book a consultation with your dentist.

Tooth decay and gum disease are the main cause of tooth loss and can leave your smile full of gaps. Your cosmetic dentist has a number of options to rectify this problem including implants, dentures, crowns and bridges, which are tailor-made for you mouth and teeth to provide a natural looking replacement.

Many of these treatments are only available from a private practitioner and are not offered by the NHS. A list of NHS dentists and their procedures can be found on the NHS website.

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