Dental Treatment For All The Family
Together Dental welcomes new patients of all ages to all of our practices that are currently taking on new patients, no matter what your requirements may be. People have different dental needs at different stages of life, but one thing that should remain the same, is that you should visit your dentist and a hygienist on a regular basis to ensure that both your oral and dental health remain in top condition.
Our practices all have teams of highly-qualified dental professionals that are highly committed to providing effective treatment for all the family. Let’s take a look at what our dentists can do for patients at various stages of life…
Babies and Children
Bringing your child to the dentist from a young age is an important step in helping them to have good oral health for life. Early visits to a dental practice, can help to familiarise youngsters with a dental practice and to see a dentist as a friendly face whom they enjoy visiting every six months, so that they can show off their progress on looking after their teeth.
Fissure sealants and fluoride varnish are available to all children at our practices to help protect and strengthen their teeth against decay. Should decay be found, prompt intervention makes the process much more bearable and avoids the need for distressing procedures such as tooth extractions. Early warning signs of orthodontic problems will also be picked up on, making treatment easier.
Teenagers and Adults
Teens and adults require regular dental check-ups to avoid problems such as tooth decay and gum disease. For those who experience tooth staining, teeth whitening is a popular option, whilst regular visits to the dental hygienist help to ensure tooth cleaning routines are efficient, helping to avoid problems such as bad breath.
Pregnant women are more susceptible to conditions such as gum disease and enamel erosion. Nodules (pregnancy granuloma) can also often develop on the gums. Nodules are harmless, but visiting the dentist helps to reassure patients.
Getting older doesn’t need to mean that you will lose some of your teeth. Your dentist can help you to keep your natural teeth healthy. However, if you do experience tooth loss, your dentist can provide you with dentures or bridges as replacements. Some of our practices offer Dental Implant treatment which is the best way to replace any missing teeth. To find out more about how the Dental Implant procedure works, please click here.