Quick Sleeper LOOK ! NEW TECHNOLOGY AT CLENT DENTAL CARE No more uncomfortable injections Quick sleeper is giving hope to patients

Quick Sleeper

LOOK ! NEW TECHNOLOGY AT CLENT DENTAL CARE

No more uncomfortable injections

Quick sleeper is giving hope to patients dreading the thought of a dental needle.

This new system instantly numbs teeth and is painless !

Dr Turner expects the new anaesthetic to be a hit with those patients who regularly avoid the dental chair because of needle phobia.

This is new exciting technology which patients and dentists have been dreaming about for decades so we are pleased to be one of the first practices to offer it.

We always try to bring the best available treatments to our surgery and this new anaesthetic is targeted at specific nerves meaning that patients are not left with a numb tongue, lips or cheeks!

The patient feels just a slight vibration from the system as the anaesthetic is delivered straight where it is needed.

If you have fear of dental needles then come and try our new painless quick-sleeper pen.

Contact the Clent Dental Care team for appointments
https://www.clentdentist.com/quick-sleep

Dr. Nathan Turner BDS works using dental loupes these are high magnification glasses enabling a better vision of any procedure

Dr. Nathan Turner BDS works using dental loupes these are high magnification glasses enabling a better vision of any procedure than with the naked eye.clentdentalcare teamclentdental dentist dentalpractice veneers toothveneers smile whitening beforeandafterveneers tooth newteeth lookinggood feelinggreat clent clentdentist clentdental plasma-facial crowns bridges dental Read more at https://www.clentdentist.com

Dental Bridges at Clent Dentist What is a Fixed Bridge? A Bridge fixes a replacement tooth (or teeth) to the

Dental Bridges at Clent Dentist

What is a Fixed Bridge?

A Bridge fixes a replacement tooth (or teeth) to the natural teeth on either side of the gap.

Some bridges have crowns at each end.

Others are fixed to the surface of the teeth next to the gap.

Sometimes a bridge is only fixed to the tooth on one side of the gap.

Bridges are made of metal and porcelain, sometimes just porcelain, and occasionally composite. Fixed Bridges

What will my Dentist do?

There are several stages in making a bridge.

First we use a soft, mouldable material to take impressions of your mouth to make exact plaster models of your upper and lower teeth and gums, these show how your teeth bite together.

We prepare the teeth which will support the bridge.

Another impression is taken of your mouth, and a dental technician uses this to make your bridge.

A temporary plastic bridge or temporary crown may be fitted in the meantime.

On your final visit we will check that your bridge fits properly, making any necessary minor adjustments and fixing it permanently in place.

We will then show you the best way to keep your new bridge clean.

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Dr. Nathan Turner BDS is a General Dental Surgeon and has a special interest in the fields of, Orthodontics, Occlusal

Dr. Nathan Turner BDS is a General Dental Surgeon and has a special interest in the fields of, Orthodontics, Occlusal Therapy, Implants and cosmetic dentistry.clentdentalcare teamclentdental dentist dentalpractice veneers toothveneers smile whitening beforeandafterveneers tooth newteeth lookinggood feelinggreat clent clentdentist clentdental plasma-facial crowns bridges dental Read more at https://www.clentdentist.com

Porcelain / Ceramic Crowns at Clent Dental Care A crown is also quite often called a cap, is an artificial shell,

Porcelain / Ceramic Crowns at Clent Dental Care

A crown is also quite often called a cap, is an artificial shell, shaped to resemble a tooth and made from porcelain or porcelain bonded to a metal base or gold.
It is usually used to restore a tooth which has been heavily filled over a number of years resulting in it becoming weak and/or unsightly, or a tooth that has broken down to a level that a routine filling would not be successful.

Crowns can also be used to improve the appearance of front teeth that have become heavily worn down or damaged as a result of accident or decay. As long as there is a healthy tooth root present, most teeth can be crowned.

The dentist will normally ask for 2 appointments with you, the first visit to prepare the crown, at this visit he will make you a temporary tooth in the surgery- so you will always go away with a tooth.

The next visit is shorter and here he will fit the crown the laboratory have made for you.

Our crowns are made within an accuracy of a hundredth of a millimeter a scale too small to register by human eye only and done by computer technology and then hand-finished in our dedicated lab to match your personal specifications by a experienced technician. It is then fitted by Dr Turner in our surgery.

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