Within Alexander Dental Care we offer all of our patients a wide range of treatments all listed below. We offer treatments for both NHS and private healthcare patients. Get in touch with one of our dentists to find the best option for you.
Dental hygienist meticulously clean patients teeth and are specially trained to provide effective removal of plaque. Regular visits to the hygienist helps prevent periodontal (gum) disease and bleeding gums.
Why not compliment your smile with some of our professional facial treatments. Book a free consultation to discuss your options. We can offer facial treatment to temporarily reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles to smooth away the years. Some common areas are frown lines, between the eyebrows and the crow’s feet around the eyes.
Whiten your teeth in the comfort of your own home. The process begins in surgery with impression of your teeth, then the laboratory will make special customised trays. The trays and the whitening agent are taken home and over the next few weeks you will use these. This system is effective and will whiten your teeth gradually over the time period.
Unsightly mercury fillings or metal crowns can be replaced with natural tooth coloured material to improve the look of your smile. White fillings can be done in a single visit.
This is where the small piece of membrane or frenulum joining the underside of a baby’s tongue to the base of their mouth has formed in such a way to prevent or make full tongue movement difficult for your baby.
New-borns and Infants with a tongue tie can have problems with feeding if they are breast or bottle fed.
Some tongue-ties are easily seen and are identified during your baby’s initial examination. Others are less obvious and are identified as a consequence of difficulties with feeding.
If there are symptoms, then releasing the tongue tie can improve these symptoms for mum and baby. We can offer this service within the practice.
This is carried out by Dr Caoimhe Quinn who provides oral surgery services within our practice, having completed a Diploma in Oral Surgery with the Royal College of Surgeons in England.
We are currently accepting referrals from midwifes, health visitors and GPs for this procedure up to the age of 1 year. Please use the form on our contact page to get it touch. If you are a parent please contact your midwife, GP or health visitor to refer your child.
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