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We absolutely understand that a visit to a dental practice can be very daunting for some people. Some patients don’t mind much but at the other end of the spectrum people can be very frightened.
Boroughbridge Dental Centre is Denplan Excel accredited – the leading quality assurance framework for UK dental practices.
A smile is very important and here at the Boroughbridge dental centre we aim to give you back the confidence which can be lost if your teeth are stained, chipped or missing.
An extensive range of treatments available at Boroughbridge Dental Centre. From general check-ups and cosmetic dentistry to oral surgery
Please view an index of our pricing for some of our treatments
It is so important to visit your dental team so they can regularly monitor your teeth and general oral health.
As Dentists are experienced experts in oral healthcare, they are best placed to advise you on how to care for your teeth and mouth at home, they can also give advice on how your general lifestyle can affect your oral health.
Dentists are highly qualified to spot problems such as gum disease, that could lead to tooth loss. So, do not forget, if this is found early, these problems can be successfully remedied, before it is too late.
Your oral health and the link to your well-being
Visiting your dental practice is good for your oral healthcare. There have also been many studies over the last few years showing close links between your oral and general well-being.
As an example, in many cases, gum disease is thought to be related to a variety of medical conditions such as cardiovascular problems, lung disease, diabetes and even bowel cancer, with some recent research suggesting that there may be links between oral health and Alzheimer's disease as well. Developments such as these, show that visits to the dentist are an essential part of taking care of not only your dental hygiene, and your general well-being.
How often should you visit the dentist?
The amount of times you will need to visit your dentist, will depend entirely on the condition of your teeth and gums. After your initial assessment, your dentist will be able to tell you how often they recommend you make an appointment for a visit.
Your dental team will help, and advise you on your oral hygiene, they will use the latest techniques to monitor your oral health. With modern preventive techniques, even very early signs of tooth decay can be treated without having to resort to conventional fillings.
Dental practices are now, more than ever, not only friendly but also calm places to visit, with welcoming members of staff and comfortable environments. Your dental team will take time with you, personally, to discuss your specific oral health, and also put you at ease in their care and environment. With so many reasons to go to the dentist, it must be time to book your next visit!