Eager to see your dentist Meath?Tuesday, 23rd June, 2020
We are looking forward to seeing you as well, so that we can ensure the health and appearance of your smile is at its best. We offer a range of treatments that can support your needs and desires and your dentist Meath is a compassionate and non-judgemental professional who looks forward to the future rather than regretting missed appointments in the past.
So if you have a smile that doesn't reflect how you feel on the inside, then we are here to help. Preventive, restorative and cosmetic solutions can all be applied, to create a bespoke treatment plan designed for your smile and appearance. Understanding that how you look can greatly impact on how you feel, is an important aspect of our treatment options.
Speak to us confidentially to really get the most out of our services. We take the time to really get to know you and your needs so that you can be ultimately satisfied with the results. Let's take a look at some of the treatment options that we have available in our dental practice.
What are some preventive and restorative treatments?
Just like many traditional practices, we are highly skilled in the techniques needed to keep your teeth feeling their best. We have invested in the tools and resources and use them frequently so that identification of disease or a complaint can be quickly and accurately made.
We can even spot very early signs of decay in a regular check-up with intensive lighting and high magnification and can react accordingly. This can give you peace of mind in knowing that your teeth are kept strong and healthy through regular appointments.
What about cosmetic solutions?
Your dentist Meath has a range of cosmetic treatments both for your teeth and gums and for your face, to ensure your smile is looking its greatest. By whitening, straightening and perfecting your smile, you can not only enjoy that look you have always wanted, but your mouth will be healthier as well.
This is because straighter teeth no longer contain those pockets of bacteria build-up where teeth are crossed over or are tightly packed together. Those hard to reach places are usually the areas that are first to allow for plaque build-up, which can lead to further complications if not cleaned regularly. Even gapped teeth are more susceptible to decay and plaque build-up than neatly aligned teeth, because they are more exposed to bad bacteria and debris.
Teeth are designed to be in line with one another and when they are not, complications arise. If you are unfortunate enough to be involved in an accident sustaining a dental injury, and your teeth are not aligned, then they are more likely to be damaged and this damage can end up needing extensive treatment.
Choosing to care for your smile by allowing your true beauty to shine out from within is not only beneficial for your emotional wellbeing, but for your physical health as well. Choose a team who has your best interests at heart and get in touch with your local dentist Meath today. We also accept patients with Irish NHS medical cards.« Back