Dental Care & Treatments

Regular dental examinations help to maintain your teeth and gums and treat any problems at an early stage, when they are simpler to treat and less damage has been done to your dentition.

Most treatment needed can all be provided at the practice, including implants:

  • Dental Checkups
  • Hygienist Appointments
  • Teeth whitening.
  • Bridgdes, Crowns and Veneers

Dental Care for the whole Family

My aim is for all children to be happy and willing to visit the dentist, and we start seeing children regularly from the age of about 2 1/2.

This enables us to build a rapport with the children, helping to prevent any treatment, but having trust and acceptance if work is needed.

At present all my child patients are seen under the NHS scheme.

As my patient list ranges from 2 to 95, all are welcome and will be cared for.

Cosmetic Dental Treatment

Your smile is important for both your confidence and appearance, as well as comfort and function.

We can help you improve your smile, from small changes such as chipped teeth and discoloured fillings, through to a complete smile make over.

The treatment will be planned and all the options discussed with you.

Teeth Whitening Treatments

We offer a wide range of treatments to brighten your smile, including daytime and nite time kits and in-chair Zoom whitening.

The amount of whitening can be balanced with your needs. Sometimes just a few shades lighter gives a pleasing result, other times a more intense colour change is needed. We can discuss your desires and tailor the whitening treatment to best achieving them.

  • In-chair rapid Zoom whitening
  • Daytime Whitening
  • Nite time whitening
  • Whitening top ups

Continuity of Care

I have been practicing as a dentist in cirencester since 2007, and as a partner in Market Place Dental Practice, I have built a large and dedicated patient list.

Trust and familiarity helps both patient and dentist, and by seeing my patients regularly and consistently, it helps to build both a relationship of trust and rapport, which in many practices, is hard to establish due to the transient nature of locum and associate dentists.