If you care about your teeth but don’t enjoy going to the dentist, The Belfairs Clinic is the place for you. Whether you are looking to maintain your oral health with regular hygienist appointments or want to improve the appearance of your teeth with cosmetic procedures, we offer a wide range of dental hygiene and cosmetic treatments to help you smile with confidence.
Your journey with us will start with an initial consultation, so that we can understand your desires and concerns.
Our professionally trained therapists will then recommend and deliver a treatment plan tailored to your individual needs, at the same time as making you feel comfortable and at ease in a relaxed environment. They will also be on hand to guide you through your treatment and answer any questions you may have to ensure you feel supported and happy with your results.
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Scale and Polish
A scale and polish is an essential part of maintaining oral health. Scaling helps to remove plaque and calculus (hard plaque) on your teeth, which can’t be removed by brushing or flossing alone. polishing then adds the finishing touches by removing any surface stains from your teeth, which can be cause by many factors, including drinking tea, coffee and red wine and smoking.
Alongside all our scale and polish treatments we provide an in-depth and tailored oral hygiene advice programme to help you maintain your oral health – this can include diet advice, fluoride and smoking advice on how to quit smoking.Book a Consultation
Dental Therapy Treatments
Our dental care professionals can carry out a number of dental therapy treatments including
- Necessary Fillings (as advised by the DCP or Dentist)
- Sports guards / Night guards
- Composite Bonding
- Teeth Whitening
Periodontal (gum) disease – from £60 per session (sessions are a minimum of 30 mins and you may require more than one session)
There are many reasons we can become vulnerable to gum disease and certain things will more greatly influence and determine the extent and speed of its progression, such as medical background, social background, family history or poor oral hygiene. Gum disease falls into two main categories, Gingivitis and Periodontitis.
- Full oral health assessment and screening, which may include radiographs
- A tailored treatment plan for the management of periodontal (gum) disease
- Deep cleaning sessions, including local anaesthetic if necessary
- Extensive tailored oral hygiene advice and demonstration with ongoing support for the management of periodontal (gum) disease
- Direct referral to a specialist if necessary
- Please note that if local anaesthetic or radiographs are required, additional fees may be chargeable.