At Parchment Street Dental we do our very best to help you to look after your teeth and gums with regular check-ups and a variety of preventative measures including professional dental hygiene, thorough oral health checks and daily care advice. However, even with good ongoing care, teeth may sometimes suffer decay or damage and in these cases we offer a full range of different restorative dental treatments to stop decay, eliminate pain and to restore full function and optimal appearance of your teeth. We also offer a range of effective cosmetic dental procedures to tackle common dental issues.
Once you’re read the information below, if you wish to find out more about the treatments available, please ring our reception team on 01962 856748. We’d be delighted to answer any questions you may have and to check current availability for an appointment with a dentist or a hygienist.
One of the most important ways to keep your teeth healthy during your lifetime is to make sure you have regular dental check ups, even if you’re not experiencing any problems or pain. We can spot signs of trouble early and advise you on how to prevent future treatment. A check up includes an oral health check, a full dental examination and advice on how best to maintain healthy teeth and gums. Contact us today to book your appointment.
At Parchment Street Dental we have a team of experienced dental hygienists who provide necessary specialist hygiene care for your teeth. Our dental hygiene treatments include plaque removal, de-scaling, polishing and advice on maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Our hygienists will provide you with specific hygiene tips for your teeth and gums as well as expert guidance on brushing and flossing techniques.
Daily thorough teeth cleaning is one of the most important things you can do to help ensure healthy teeth for the future. If you combine your at-home brushing and flossing routine with a healthy diet and regular dental check-ups you are making a commitment to your future self that wants to make sure your teeth and gums will remain healthy and your smile will always be happy and confident. Maybe it’s time to book in to see one of our dental hygienists..
Misalignment of the jaw can lead to problems for the mouth and teeth. A common condition known as TMJ can lead to unnatural teeth-clenching and grinding of teeth especially at night and the long-term effect on the teeth is very damaging. If you’re concerned, consult with one of our dentists who can assess your case and suggest the best steps for handling any jaw related conditions. The sooner diagnosis and treatment starts the better for your teeth.