• Byfleet Dental Boutique

Based in West Byfleet, Byfleet Dental Boutique is a private dental practice who work to provide high quality dentistry to both our new and existing patients. At our practice we offer a wide range of dental treatments within preventative, cosmetic general and restorative dentistry. Led by Dr Sundeep Dhanoa, Byfleet Dental Boutique is passionate about giving the highest level of care to all our patients by using extensive skills and experience in order to provide bespoke and effective courses of dental treatments to achieve optimum results.

If you are unhappy with your smile and are looking for ways to improve it, you may want to visit our practice Byfleet Dental Boutique, where you can see a dentist in West Byfleet who will be able to advise you on the best cosmetic dental treatment to help you achieve your desired smile.


Cosmetic Dentistry at Byfleet Dental Boutique


Cosmetic dental treatments are fast becoming one of the more popular dental treatments especially in adult patients, due to more and more individuals wanting to correct teeth which are either crooked or misaligned, or just to improve their overall smile.


Duet to continuous developments in dental technologies, there are also more and more cosmetic dental treatment options for individuals who would like to correct their teeth but are looking for a more discreet treatment.


Six Month Smiles ™ and adult braces at Byfleet Dental Boutique


At Byfleet Dental Boutique, we offer a range of orthodontic treatments which all aim to straighten a patient’s teeth and improve their smile.


Six Month Smiles ™ is an orthodontic treatment offered by our practice by using tooth coloured brackets and wires to gradually move your teeth into their desired position. Six Month Smiles are made so that they cause as little discomfort as possible throughout the treatment and are also designed to be a quick orthodontic treatment, meaning that patients who opt for this treatment usually want to correct minor issues such as a crooked tooth or to close a gap.


Becoming a more favourable option for adults when compared to traditional metal braces, adult braces which are included in the term ‘ invisible orthodontics’ is a cosmetic dental treatment which gives patients the options of having dental treatment which is clear and sometimes a removable appliance which can align and straighten your teeth.


Known to be a quicker treatment when compared to traditional metal braces, adult braces discreetly straighten your teeth and are made to be more comfortable as a result of modern wire technology and also as the braces tend to use less force when straightening your teeth.


If you are looking for a removable dental treatment, you may also want to consider Invisalign.


Invisalign at Byfleet Dental Boutique


A popular orthodontic treatment, Invisalign used transparent aligners to correct teeth that are misaligned, crooked or to close any gaps. If you are interested in Invisalign ™ Byfleet Dental Boutique offers a free consultation with our dentist in West Byfleet to ensure that the treatment is suitable for you. Invisalign works by wearing a custom set of aligners which is replaced typically every two weeks with a new set of aligners which gradually straightens your teeth.

When you get that check-up reminder on your phone or via letter, it can be easy to assume that all that will occur is a simple sweep of your teeth and gums to look for cavities.

And if you are like most people, you will assume that a quick scrub around in your mouth with a top-notch toothpaste will be enough to fool your dental practitioner about your dental habits. Unfortunately, you are wrong!


A dental team can spot more during a check-up than you may think, and while we will always check for signs of decay and gum disease, we will also be looking and spotting other important indicators too!


At Byfleet Dental Boutique, our dentist in West Byfleet is proud to be your first line of defence against gum disease and tooth decay, but there is much more to a simple examination of your teeth than you may be aware of. And so, if you have missed a biannual dental check-up due to the pandemic or other issues, you need to book one today!


So, what exactly can our dentist in West Byfleet tell about you just by looking at your teeth? Read on to find out!


If you smoke


First things first, it doesn't matter how much you use whitening toothpaste, our dentist in West Byfleet will be able to spot if you are a smoker.


Smoking not only makes your teeth look yellow during a dental check-up, but it also causes your gums to recede and any plaque in your mouth to look brown. If you want to quit the habit but need some help, talk to our team about smoking cessation.


How often you brush


Remember how we said that a general scrub of your teeth in the days leading up to your check-up wouldn’t fool our team?


This is because, if you have misaligned teeth or any missing teeth, plaque will accumulate in areas that are tougher to reach with a toothbrush and unless you brush your teeth twice a day every day, that plaque will remain. If you suffer from stubborn plaque, our team can offer you a deep clean or a scale and polish to remove it and reduce the chances of decay and gum disease from developing.


Signs of ongoing disease


There are many diseases and conditions which impact your teeth and gums, so it's no surprise that our team at Byfleet Dental can spot them at a check-up.


If you have a chronic condition such as osteoporosis or are undertaking chemotherapy for cancer, this will show up during a dental check-up, as your jaw bone may be thinner or your gums may be receding. Of course, if we spot any signs of oral cancer during a check-up, we will send you for further tests.


Your lifestyle


Do you consume a lot of sugar and fizzy drinks? No fibbing-we will know!


Once again, discolouration of the enamel and excess plaque levels in your mouth will alert us to your sugar intake.

Nothing is more ominous than a strange lump in your mouth.


And while it is usually nothing to worry about, if you notice a lump or bump in your mouth, you should get it examined by a member of our dental team as soon as possible.

We know that nobody likes to consider the ‘big c’ as it were, but when it comes to oral cancer, it is one of the easiest cancers to treat if it is detected early. And as oral cancer rates are growing across the world, in part due to smoking and in part due to better screening, making an appointment to see our team could be the difference between a simple treatment or a more drawn out one.


At Byfleet Dental Boutique, we take oral cancer very seriously and will always encourage any patient to visit us immediately if they are worried about a lump, bump or odd feeling patch in their mouth. As part of our regular dental check-ups, we offer all patients oral cancer screening and will always refer you to a specialist if we have concerns.


But what are some of the signs to keep an eye out for in relation to oral cancer? Our dentist in West Byfleet recommends checking for the following 5 at least once a week as part of your oral hygiene regime.


Cold sores that won’t heal


Usually caused by stress, cold sores can be a nuisance.


But if you suffer from cold sores that don’t heal or come back regularly (once a month), then you need to see our dentist in West Byfleet. Of course, it may be that you are under a great deal of stress or have underlying medical issues that aren't cancerous, but it is best to be safe in these issues, so contact us if you have any worries.


Recurrent mouth ulcers


Like the cold sores, if you have mouth ulcers that no amount of mouthwash seems to get rid of, you need to see our team.


If the mouth ulcers grow to the size of a 5 pence piece or larger, you may want to go straight to your nearest hospital.


Ear pain


The mouth and ears are connected via a set of nerve endings, so if you suffer from frequent ear pain, it may be worth coming to us for oral cancer screening.


Ear pain could also point to an impacted wisdom tooth or infection, so it's best to be preventive with any of these issues to avoid discomfort and secondary complications.


Difficulty swallowing


Oral cancers can start at the back of the mouth, so if you notice that it is harder to swallow food, it could be a sign of oral cancer. Contact our team promptly if it is gradually becoming tougher to swallow food too.


White or red patches


Any white or red flat patches in your mouth require examination and are one of the earliest signs of cancerous cells. If you spot them, call our team immediately!

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