Smiles are contagious and worth a thousand words.
Unfortunately, staining and discolouration of teeth can make your teeth appear unappealing. Thanks to Circle Dental Care’s professional stain removal solutions, stained teeth are not something that you have to worry about. Our effective cleaning procedures will give you whiter, cleaner teeth. Situated close to the Trafford Centre in Stretford, we cater to patients living in and around the Manchester area by providing both NHS and private treatments.
We Make Use of Advanced and Bespoke Teeth Cleaning Procedures
Extrinsic and intrinsic stains are the two types of staining patterns requiring different methods of removal. Extrinsic stains are caused by drinking tea, carbonated drinks, coffee or smoking whilst intrinsic stains usually occur during tooth formation. Irrespective of how your teeth become discoloured, we can offer you dental stain removal in Stretford. Our professional dental stain removal services include the use of the latest ultrasonic instrumentation, prophylaxis paste and tooth whitening. The exact removal procedure used by us depends on the severity of the stain. So, come and talk to our dental specialists for a dental consultation and we will recommend a custom stain removal procedure.
Would you like a Whiter and Brighter Smile?
Whitening toothpaste, teeth whitening strips or other such over-the-counter products are easily accessible, but they are not as effective as their claims. They are only good for removing a small amount of stain and even to do that, you will have to use those products for a very long time. It may take several weeks or even months before you see any visible results. Our stain removal treatments, on the other hand, will quickly clean your teeth and help you smile confidently.
At Circle Dental Care, we are dedicated to helping patients smile confidently. Our stain removal services can be personalised to meet your individual needs.
Contact us today to arrange a consultation on 0161 748 2605 or email us on email@example.com.
Natural teeth can be lost through trauma and dental disease.
To date there is nothing that can match mother nature. The options for missing teeth tend to include a denture, a bridge or a dental implant. A denture is a removable option but can affect speech and may increase plaque retention. A bridge is a fixed option but its fabrication may require irreversible preparation of a tooth or teeth. This is no longer considered to be the optimal treatment, especially if the teeth to be used in a bridge are healthy and unfilled.
Dental implants are becoming a more accepted treatment for many patients throughout the world wishing to replace their missing teeth.
So what is an implant?
An implant is generally made out of titanium which is a metal used in various aspects of medicine and is well known for its excellent healing properties in the human body. The implant acts similar to a tooth root and is directly anchored within the jaw bone so it can be used to support a crown or if several implants are used they can be used to retain a bridge or loose dentures.
How long have implants been around for?
Throughout history various attempts have been made to discover materials which could be used as a dental implant. A major break through came in 1965 when Professor Branemark placed the first titanium root type implant into a human jaw bone. His research dated back to 1952 so the technology has been around for over half a century. To date millions of implants have been placed world wide and there is an excellent success rate. Implants have continued to improve in their design and features which have enabled us to place them even in the most complex situations.
Are implants for life?
I would like to say yes but as with everything it is how you treat and care for them. Implants can indeed last a life time in a well cared for mouth but if not then like anything in life they will not last. Implants like teeth can be affected by the bacteria in the mouth and if not cleaned can get gum disease like teeth. Therefore, they are not fit and forget and regular attendance at your dentist is needed for inspection and hygiene
So who should place implants?
Not every dentist has been trained to place or restore the implants. Special training is required as well as a sound understanding of the principles that surround them. Our team in Heaton Moor Dental is highly trained with our main surgeon achieving a Masters Degree in dental Implantology with a distinction and our head nurse having worked in this field for over 2 decades. We have invested in the latest technologies to ensure that our implants are the best they can be.
Do implants hurt?
The placement of an implant will require a small surgical procedure similar to a tooth extraction and a filling combined. There may be little or some swelling and bruising depending on the complexity required but this would be discussed beforehand. We have not had anyone say yet that it wasn’t worth it though and dental implant treatment can be life changing.
How should I get started with the process?
A dental implant requires careful planning prior to its placement so a consultation and possibly a 3 dimensional scan may be needed. We would be happy to discuss this with you further or please contact our surgical lead Lynn if you would like a chat.
Our contact details are firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us on 0161 637 4041 if you’d like to know more.