Advanced care for fast results from your dentist
The dental practice is changing. A modern dentist in West Byfleet has an astounding amount of top of the range technology and devices to improve the quality of their treatments. Their skills are refined and honed, meaning that they are able to go above and beyond what was previously thought possible in dental care.
We are so excited to be a part of this change and movement. No longer is a dentist in West Byfleet thought to be an intimidating place. If you have some degree of dental fear, we warmly encourage you to contact us and let us know before booking an appointment. We will do our utmost to provide you with a relaxing and professional atmosphere that lets you move past your deeply ingrained concerns at your own pace.
Because of the advances in technology, many of our treatments are more accurate and faster than before. We can build a crown during one session and install it for you without the need for moulds or prolonged waiting times.
Different models of braces have exploded onto the scene and you can choose from invisible, removable or clear braces that work faster and provide those long-lasting results that you were hoping for. Traditional braces are still used at times by our dentist in West Byfleet when a case is particularly complex, but we are happy to say that statistics suggest a much shorter treatment length.
We are able to show you exactly what needs to be done, what is going to happen and even what is happening in real time with 3D scans, additional technology and intra-oral cameras. We simply ask that you take the time to talk to us about what it is that you really want from us, so that we are able to provide you with an experience that is both positive and rewarding.
What can we really do for you?
We have divided our treatments into three general realms of dentistry: preventive, restorative and cosmetic. Within these three realms is vast range of procedures that generally overlap to create a complex care system which enables you to have the smile that you have always desired.
It is important to look at all three aspects of dental care when considering your options regarding the health of your smile. Very often, cosmetic dental treatment is actually also restorative and preventive.
An example of this would be dental implants. They are still considered by insurance companies and the NHS to be cosmetic and therefore not generally covered, but have so many health benefits to an individual that it is often considered essential for patients to have them.
A missing tooth can have many detrimental effects to your overall health and by permanently implanting a false tooth root, you are restoring your jawbone density and maintaining its condition, as well as preventing other teeth from shifting out of position to accomodate for the missing tooth.
We are sure you will be pleased with the great number of options that we can offer you, as well as alternative finance plans. We also feel it is important that you understand the measures that we take to allow you to have a healthy and whole smile that will last you throughout your years.