Fancy a straighter smile?

Fancy a straighter smile?

If you’ve ever thought about straightening your teeth then we have the perfect opportunity for you.

 

 

On Saturday 9 March we are pleased to be holding an Invisalign open day where you can find out more about the treatment and take advantage of some very exclusive special offers!

 

We will be open 8.30am – 1pm so be quick and book your consultation appointment because spaces are filling up fast!

 

 

By holding an open day it allows us to dedicate the time simply to Invisalign, so if you have ever considered this treatment it is the perfect chance to come along and find out more. We will be able to explain exactly how the treatment works, estimate the length of time it will take to achieve your desired smile goal, and answer any questions that you might have.

 

 

Exclusive offers

 

Patients who decide to go ahead with Invisalign treatment after attending our open day can be benefit from these fantastic, exclusive offers:

 

 

• £300 off the usual treatment price

 

• 3 sets of vivera retainers after treatment to ensure long-term retention of results

 

• Free tooth whitening after treatment to give your smile a boost!

 

 

Of course, there’s absolutely no obligation to go ahead with Invisalign treatment following your consultation, we simply want to provide our patients with the a great opportunity to discover more and take advantage of some excellent offers!

 

 

To book your consultation, call us on 01706 527700 to book your consultation, we look forward to seeing you!

Get in touch today 01706 527 700 Make an appointment

Request a call back

Please complete the information below to request a call back.
  • :
  • Please note that the information you enter will be sent to Bamford Dental Practice. The data will be stored in email format and also in databases including the database on our website. None of your information will be disclosed or accessible on the public facing website.

Have some questions

I am afraid of going to the dentist ... What can I do?

Come and see our gentle and relaxed team to talk through your concerns. We also offer sedation to reduce anxiety during treatment.

What causes cavities?

Sugar in food and drink is converted into acid by bacteria which live on the teeth. Reducing the frequency of sugary foods and drinks reduces the number of “acid attacks” and therefore regular brushing with fluoride toothpaste can help to strengthen tooth enamel and reduce decay.

Which is better, a manual toothbrush or an electric toothbrush?

Current evidence shows that an electric toothbrush can perform better than a manual toothbrush if used correctly. Electric brushes with a rotating ossolating head (for example, Oral B Professional) have been shown to give the best results. Don’t forget your inter-dental cleaning aids, such as TePe brushes and floss!

There are so many toothpastes to choose from; how do I know which one to use?

We recommend toothpaste with a fluoride content of 1,350 – 1,500 parts per million (ppm). In certain circumstances your Dentist may prescribe a toothpaste with a higher fluoride content (patients with extensive decay or patients with a dry mouth, please ask your Dentist for more details).

How often should I go to my dentist for a check-up?

We usually recommend a check-up every 6 months. Patients susceptible to dental decay or gum disease may need to be seen more frequently.

What is gum disease?

Gum disease is caused by the body’s immune reaction to the build-up of dental plaque. If left untreated this can lead to the development of pockets between teeth and gums which can harbour bacteria. This can lead to bone loss which causes gum recession and undermines the support for teeth.

How safe are dental X-rays?

Most dental x-rays require a tiny dose of radiation. Did you know, a long-haul flight from London to New York can expose you to 30 more times radiation than a small x-ray inside your mouth.

If a person suffers from gum disease can they with correct treatment and following advise from dentist become free of this problem?

Yes, if a patient suffering from gum disease is treated correctly and if the patient follows the guidance of dental care professionals they can be ‘free’ of this problem but will need lifelong maintenance and monitoring to make sure the patient does not relapse and if they do, we can guide them and help them to control the disease and return to a maintenance phase.

Question of the month

When should I take my child to the dentist for their first visit?

When their first baby teeth arrive, usually around 6 months of age. However, it is wise to get advice from your Dentist to prevent tooth decay even before the baby teeth erupt.