Find a cosmetic dentist in St Albans

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

Aqua Dental Clinic London

168A Uxbridge Road, Pinner, HA5 4DR
Web: Tel: 020 8819 1548
4.485714265278408 Rating
14 reviews

Art Dentistry

8 Devonshire Place, London, W1G 6HP
Web: Tel: 020 7935 2660

Harley Street Dental Studio

52 Harley Street, London, W1G 9PY
Web: Tel: 020 7636 5981
3.709090926430442 Rating
11 reviews
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St Albans is a city to the north of London in the county of Hertfordshire with a population of 64,038. London is approximately 22 miles to the south of the City. Its Post Code districts are AL1 – AL4. St Albans does not have a dental school, with the closest to be found in London.

There many dental practices in St Albans and the numerous dentists offer patients in St Albans a whole host of cosmetic and routine dental treatments. Typical cosmetic procedures include tooth whitening and dental veneers. Both are straightforward treatments that can really make a huge difference to the appearance of your teeth. Dentists in St Albans can also offer their patients more complex options such as the placement of dental implants where there are gaps between teeth. The gaps may have been cause by tooth-loss from decay or even trauma to the mouth. Dental implants offer a long-term solution and the other alternative is dentures. Sometimes both can even be combined, by fixing a denture permanently using an tooth implant.

Orthodontic treatment is not just for children and today’s braces often work rapidly and can even be invisible. The latest orthodontic appliance is the Six-Month smiles, which can straighten teeth within half a year. Invisalign braces are both removable and clear making them very accommodating to the individuals needs. Then there are the Damon Braces and Inman Aligner, all of which are available at some dental practices in St Albans.

Routine care offered by dentists in St Albans may involve checkups, a scale and polish and small fillings. Most dentists will also offer crowns including onlays and inlays for decayed or broken teeth.  Other common concerns include TMJ, bleeding gums and toothache. The latter may require emergency treatment and this may even be offered on the NHS (NHS dentistry is never available for cosmetic treatments).

Dental practices in St Albans can offer patients that are scared of their dental visit, a relaxed atmosphere where the patient feels in control of their treatment. Sedation is also available at some St Albans practices.

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