Our dedicated team of dental professionals offer a wide range of dental treatments to ensure that you receive the highest level of care.
We understand that having misaligned or crowded teeth can affect the way you feel about your smile. Here at Montpelier Dental Care we offer a number of different cosmetic orthodontic treatments to help you achieve the smile you’ve always wanted, and are always exited about helping our patients on their journey to that perfect smile!
Implantology is an advanced dental procedure to replace a single missing tooth or multiple missing teeth. Implants are a popular choice for those patients who are looking for an alternative to a denture. It is important to know that once an implant is placed it can support future dental appliances such as bridges. The implant is integrated into the bone, and once placed, will look and function like a natural tooth, helping to restore your smile.
Regular examinations or check ups help us to diagnose problems early, and deliver necessary treatment as quickly as possible.
We also provide advice on how to look after your mouth and teeth and take time to answer any questions or worries that you may have. Patients often ask how frequently they should attend for check up appointments.
At Montpelier Dental Care we know how important it is to be happy and confident with your smile. This is why all of our dentists are able to provide cosmetic treatment to improve the appearance of your teeth.
Many people become anxious about visiting the dentist, and for some this can make dental treatment very difficult. At Montpelier Dental Care we are able to offer conscious sedation to patients who are unable to tolerate treatment whilst awake.
Our sedationist works alongside our dentists to provide sedation services at the practice, ensuring patients are comfortable and relaxed during their treatment, with some even falling asleep and remembering very little afterwards.
Periodontal treatment is usually needed to treat gum disease (periodontal disease). This treatment is usually carried out over multiple appointments. Dentists are becoming increasingly aware that gum disease is influenced by many factors and has links with a person's systemic health.
Primarily treatment involves the removal of plaque that is on the gumline, and is the main cause of the inflammation causing the gum disease.