When you come to our practice we want to help you to prevent tooth decay, gum disease, tooth wear and diseases affecting the soft tissues in your mouth. More useful information about these conditions is available here.
Private Dental Care
We offer a comprehensive range of private treatments including realistic crowns and bridges, hygienist appointments, white fillings, veneers and tooth whitening. Private treatment gives you more time with your dentist as well as personal service, greater choice of materials and higher quality laboratory work for a better aesthetic result.
There is also a greater range of treatment options available as cosmetic treatment is excluded from the NHS. Some private treatments may even be cheaper.
Just some of the benefits:
- Appointments as often as you like
- Hygienist appointments
- Great personal Service
- More time to discuss your personal requirements
- Greater choice of filling materials
- Superior quality crowns, dentures and bridges
- Tooth Whitening
- Cosmetic treatments not available on the NHS
Please ask us and we will provide a written estimate if you are interested in having any part of your treatment provided privately.
NHS Dental Care
NHS dental treatment is completed within three treatment bands. For the specific treatments offered within these treatment bands and their respective fees please click here
All NHS patients can choose specific treatments to be carried out privately if they wish and are entitled to see the hygienist.
The dental hygienist plays an educational and preventative role within our dental team. We would like to welcome Rachel James (GDC 248856) who recently joined the practice.
Rachel is from Stony Stratford and qualified from The University of Sheffield as a hygiene therapist, working in various practices including community dental services.
Rachel is passionate about periodontal care and motivating her patients to improve and maintain their oral health at the highest level.
She helps to treat and prevent gum disease by scaling and polishing teeth, taking x-rays and screening. She also advises patients on how to care for their teeth through brushing and a healthy diet. For more information about gum disease please click here.