Clifton Dental Studio 92 Queens Road, Bristol

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Clifton Dental Studio, 92 Queens Road, Bristol, Avon,BS8 1RT

Call Clifton Dental Studio Today On 0117 973 1910

Treat your teeth with a dental spa from Weston-super-Mare dentist

In life, if you are feeling a bit run down and tired and feel that you need some rejuvenation, you might decide to go to a spa for a day to pamper yourself and restore some of the vitality lost in your daily routine. This concentrated day of treatments is enough to give you back that bounce and prepare you to take on the world again. Well, it is now possible to have the same treatment for your teeth. Your teeth work hard every day, biting and chewing food and helping you to talk and drink properly, not to mention fighting off the millions of bacteria that call your oral cavity home. It’s not an easy job but your teeth do it every day. The idea of a dental spa is similar to that of a health spa. You go to place that is calm and peaceful (unlike the traditional image of the dentists surgery) and have several treatments performed upon your teeth to restore them to full health and make them look and feel cleaner and healthier. The main areas of treatment at the dental spa are: general, cosmetic and implant dentistry; hygiene and whitening; orthodontics and alignment; smile makeovers and state of the art; and periodontology. Other areas of treatment may be available in different spas but they will all have procedures in these areas. Your Weston-super-Mare dentist will make an assessment about which of the treatments would benefit you the most and then they will be carried out over the course of the day in a relaxing and calm environment. Dental spas are relatively new idea in dentistry but you owe it to your hardworking teeth to give them a really good service every now and then. And let’s face it, it’s also going to improve your smile and self confidence too.

Swindon Dentist Uses Dental Composites To Create Natural Looking Teeth

The technology of aesthetic dentistry has improved to the point that dentists are now able to make very lifelike teeth to replace ones that are disfigured or discolored. The main reason why they are able to do it is because of substances called dental composites. According to a Swindon dentist, these dental composites can be used to make artificial teeth that are almost indistinguishable from real teeth. They are made of resins and they also have ingredients that give them translucency and resistance. Their other advantage is that they can be very easily molded to make a very natural looking tooth. Of course, these resins are not without their disadvantages. They take at least half as much longer to fix than traditional amalgams. This quite naturally increases the time that a patient has to spend in doctor’s offices. This treatment is also quite expensive. The other disadvantage of using dental composites is that they do not last too long, especially if that particular tooth has a lot of chewing to do. On the whole, these new composites are well worth the price if they are used on front teeth where appearance is important. It is not always a good idea to use them on molars because these teeth need to do a lot of grinding. A person who requires this treatment needs to go to a dental practice that has dentists who are well experienced with using it. An inexperienced dentist might not be able to get a good job done.

Gloucester dentist Has Many Options for Cosmetic Dentistry

Are you dissatisfied with the way your teeth look? Does this prevent you from smiling properly because you are embarrassed about the way your teeth look? If you are looking for a good dental practice in Gloucester, you will not have to take too much effort. There is growing demand for cosmetic dentistry since people now know that there are many options for repairing unattractive teeth. People no longer need to live with teeth that give them an ugly appearance since dentists can provide them with options to suit every budget and requirement. A cosmetic dentist is able to manage a whole lot of dental problems that don’t necessarily cause physical discomfort, but which cause mental discomfort to the person who has them. A person can have a chipped tooth or discolored teeth that can make his or her appearance really ugly. A cosmetic dentist can provide a whole range of treatments to hide these defects. Some of them look extremely lifelike and it goes without saying that these options are the most expensive. These days, it is also possible to get teeth repaired without too much discomfort to the patient. The latest dental technology allows dentists to get the treatment completed in the shortest possible time. If you require to get your smile improved, you should only look for a dental practice that is well known for its services, even if you have to pay more. You will be glad that you have done so when you see the final results.

Bristol Dentist Says Aesthetic Dentistry Is Well Within People’s Reach Now

How long have you kept yourself from smiling openly because of your unattractive teeth? People with unsightly spaces between their teeth, or discolored teeth, are understandably reluctant to smile. These dental problems don’t always qualify as health issues, but they can certainly give you a lot of trouble because of your unwillingness to show your teeth to there. Dentists have a solution for your problem and it is called aesthetic dentistry. According to a dentist in Bristol, a person can effect wonderful changes in his or her life just by getting treated by an aesthetic dentist. Teeth that have chips, cracks or which are badly colored can easily be rectified by a skilled dentist. Modern dental technology is such that the finished result is often not distinguishable as a fake. The treatment does not even last too long these days, thanks to technology such as CEREC which allows the dentist to create a perfectly matched artificial tooth to match the others in the mouth. Many people in the fashion and film industry resort to aesthetic dentistry even if their teeth are not defective, because they wish for beautiful and bright teeth that are perfectly even. It goes without saying that this branch of dentistry can be quite expensive, especially if the patient requires an extremely lifelike result. One does not also get this kind of treatment reimbursed by insurance companies since they do not cater to any ailment. However, the popularity of clinics offering this treatment is growing since people are increasingly not willing to settle for bad looking teeth.

The incredible world of cosmetic dentistry available at Bristol dentists

Cosmetic dentistry refers to any kind of dentistry that is not required for health reasons but solely to improve the aesthetic appearance of the teeth. It is the fastest growing branch of dentistry as more and more emphasis is placed on the importance of having a great smile and healthy looking teeth. Until about thirty of forty years ago, the concept of cosmetic dentistry barely existed as dentistry was only for functional purposes, but pioneering techniques by dentists in the US, the natural home of cosmetic dentistry, expanded the possibilities of dental treatment. Now, if you walk into any dentist surgery in the UK you will be able to receive a whole array of amazing and complex cosmetic dentistry treatments. There is not a set of teeth in the whole world that cannot be improved by a series of cosmetic dentistry procedures and the possibilities are almost endless. Some of the most common cosmetic dentistry procedures available at Bristol dentists are teeth whitening and porcelain veneers. At virtually opposite ends of the price scale, these two treatments are popular because of the amazing results that are achievable. Both can radically improve the condition and appearance of the teeth, making the smile healthier and the patient look younger. Other treatments include gum contouring to even the size and shape of the teeth and dental bonding, which can be used in a number of ways. Another area of cosmetic dentistry that has expanded rapidly in recent years is the orthodontic straightener. These are different from braces in the sense that they are removable and much faster acting. They tend to concentrate more on the appearance of the front teeth that are visible when you smile. Some orthodontic straighteners such as the Inman aligner work in as little as six weeks, although the average treatment time is shorter.

Simple cosmetic bonding from Gloucester dentist provides stunning results

There are many extremely complex and visually stunning cosmetic dentistry procedures that can be used to restore the appearance of the teeth. But just like most things in life, it is the simple solution that is usually the best. Treatments such as dental veneers and porcelain crowns can have stunning effects on the teeth and completely change the appearance of a smile, but it even these depend upon the old faithful cosmetic bonding. Cosmetic bonding is made from a composite resin and is very durable when set hard. The uses for cosmetic bonding are varied and manifold and it plays a part in almost all cosmetic treatments. In fact, cosmetic bonding is so important in modern dentistry there are even dentists who specialise solely in its use. Before use, the Gloucester dentist will prepare the bonding by mixing it to the right consistency and colour to match the other teeth. They will then prepare the tooth that requires the bonding by etching it and making the surface rough so that the bonding will grip firm. It is then skilfully applied and moulded into the desired shape. The intense heat of a dental laser is then used to make the bonding solid. The most common uses for bonding are as material for fillings (replacing the old controversial silver amalgam fillings), as a form of teeth whitening by covering areas of discolouration with thin applications and also to repair chipped and worn tooth enamel to restore its shape. The other major bonus of using composite bonding is that it is very affordable when compared to other treatments such as porcelain veneers and crowns. Durable and effective, dental bonding is the unsung hero of the dental world but could be just the treatment you are looking for to improve the appearance of your smile.

Experience the future with Cerec at Swindon dentist

Dental crowns and veneers are tools to improve the appearance of teeth and protect them from further damage. They have been successfully used in dentistry for many years but several advances in technology in recent years has revolutionised the way they are used. Modern crowns and veneers are for the most part made out of porcelain because of its similarity to tooth enamel. They are also significantly thinner than previously which means that less tooth enamel has to be removed before application. This was always a concern for dentists as they never liked having to remove otherwise healthy enamel. However, one of the most significant introductions over the last few years, and one could even argue in the history of dentistry, is Cerec. This is a new technology that allows dentists to utilise several areas of new technology to produce dental crowns and veneers in just a single appointment. In the past, a dental crown would need to be manufactured with the help of several time consuming dental moulds and conventional x-rays. The average time to manufacture a crown was about two weeks. Using new Cerec technology, which in turn uses digital x-rays and three-dimensional imaging, this has been brought down to about half an hour. The process begins with the dentist taking a digital x-ray of the tooth in question. An image is more or less instantly displayed in the computer screen and can give the dentist an incredibly accurate three-dimensional view of the teeth. They can then use this image to design a crown or veneer on the screen. This image is then relayed to a computer guided mill where the new crown is sculpted from a single piece of porcelain in as little as six minutes, and can be immediately fitted into the mouth using dental bonding. Because the porcelain is a single piece it is also incredibly strong. This new Cerec technology available at Swindon dentists represents the future of dental technology.

The many uses of cosmetic bonding at Bath dentist

As you may have seen from the various TV makeover shows that have been flooding our screens over the last few years, there is very little that cannot be achieved with teeth these days. Even the most worn down, unevenly spaced and discoloured teeth can be transformed into beautiful, shining white smiles full of healthy looking teeth. There are many cosmetic dental processes that can be used to create these stunning results. Porcelain veneers and dental crowns, as well as whitening treatments and orthodontic straighteners can all be used as part of a wider smile makeover. There is one cosmetic dentistry procedure that can be used to either aid or as a substitute for virtually every other cosmetic dentistry and is also significantly cheaper. Cosmetic bonding uses a composite resin, closely matched to the colour of the existing enamel to cement crowns and veneers. It can also be used to repair small crack and chips that may have damaged the teeth. In fact, cosmetic bonding is so versatile and important in the world of cosmetic dentistry that dentists are actually able to specialise solely in the practice of using it. Bonding specialists are extremely skilled and can use it to replace worn or lost enamel building up teeth for protection. Cosmetic bonding is also widely used as a filling material replacing the unattractive and controversial silver amalgam fillings. Cosmetic bonding is also used by Bath dentist to cover areas of discolouration as an alternative to porcelain veneers. Although perhaps not quite as visually effective, for smaller areas of discolouration bonding will adequately disguise discoloured patches and is also much more cost effective.

Weston-super-Mare dentist offers opportunity of cosmetic dentistry treatment

You may have read about or seen on the TV the latest trend for smile makeovers. This is the process of taking teeth that are in bad condition and carrying out several dental procedures to completely transform the appearance of the smile. This usually involves using several cosmetic dentistry procedures such as cosmetic bonding, porcelain veneers and orthodontic straighteners simultaneously, to improve the size, alignment and colour of the teeth. Cosmetic dentistry is a relatively new concept. In the past, patients went to the dentists either for a check up to see of their teeth were healthy or to repair any damage or decay they may have sustained. In the last twenty years and originating in the US, the idea that teeth could be treated purely for aesthetic reasons has become more popular and recently exploded in the UK. Where once teeth whitening was something that only Hollywood actors and actresses had done, it is now little more unusual than a haircut or a nail appointment. It is also, incredibly, often little more expensive. As demand for cosmetic dentistry has grown, price has dropped and more and more Weston-super-Mare dentists now offer treatments as standard. Using teeth whitening as an example again; there are few dentists across the UK who do not now offer this as a fairly standard treatment. In the modern world, where appearances count for so much, it is not really surprising that cosmetic dentistry is becoming more popular. After all, the smile and teeth is one of the first things we notice about other people when we meet them. Having discoloured or uneven teeth can be very damaging to the self-esteem and cause self-confidence issues that you carry through life. If the opportunity exists to improve your teeth and make you more comfortable with who you are, there is nothing wrong with taking it.

Swindon dentist restores smile and confidence with cosmetic dentistry

There are many types of cosmetic dentistry available for patients of all budgets and with all conditions of teeth. Over the last twenty years technology has allowed an amazing improvement in the nature of cosmetic dental treatments to the point that there are now very few patients who could not benefit greatly from a cosmetic treatment. This improvement in treatment has been echoed by a reduction in price. As many treatments are now more easily performed, they are also more cost-effective. This has opened up the world of cosmetic dentistry to many more patients. Cosmetic dentistry has also benefited from increased exposure on the many and multifarious television makeover shows, which advertise just exactly what kind of level of improvement is possible. One of the most popular and affordable cosmetic dentistry treatments is tooth whitening. This involves placing a special whitening gel in contact with the enamel, to bleach any patches of discolouration or staining. This can yield stunning results with teeth being made up to ten shades whiter. With treatments starting from as little as sixty pounds, there is now every reason to ask your Swindon dentist about teeth whitening. Other cosmetic dental procedures include ceramic restoration such as veneers and crowns. These can improve the appearance of stained, misaligned and worn teeth helping to improve the appearance of your smile. Although slightly more expensive than some other treatments, they are also capable of transforming the appearance of teeth in as little as one appointment. Ask your dentist at your next check up about which of the cosmetic treatments would be most suitable for your teeth. They will also be able to give you a clearer indication of the price for each individual procedure.

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Dr Gerrard is a Bristol based Cosmetic dentist with many years of experience and is one of only a small number of dentists accredited by The British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry

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Call Today On 0117 973 1910
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Clifton Dental Studio, 92 Queens Road,Bristol, Avon,BS8 1RT

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Dr. Neil Gerrard BDS (Bristol), RDT, MSc (Dental Implants),  GDC no 76257. Clifton Dental Studio is a Private Dental Practice. Website last updated: July 2018
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