We offer a wide range of treatments and services which you can read more about by clicking on a treatment name below:
An implant is a small device made of titanium metal, which is placed carefully into the jawbone to fully support the replacement tooth. It thus acts as a substitute tooth root, giving it much needed strength, and can also be used to support existing bridges or dentures to increase stability and reduce gum tissue irritation.
Simply put, orthodontics can be defined as the latest in cutting edge technology in straightening your teeth. There are many reasons why you may require a brace, these can include:
- Teeth overcrowding
- Malocclusion’s (teeth misalignment)
- Wonky/Crooked Teeth
- Cross/Under/Over bites
While we are dedicated to solving the painful problems that some patients may have when they first visit the Hereford Dental & Implant Clinic, we also take great pride in our ability to realise a patients ambition to look better and to smile with confidence.
We are committed to continuing dental education and keeping abreast of the changes in modern dentistry. We encourage preventive techniques helping you to understand how to maintain the health of your mouth and keep it free of tooth decay and gum disease.
Dentures, also commonly known as “false teeth”, enable us to replace patients missing teeth, giving them a natural looking smile again.
Dentures have come a long way over the years and have had several advances with today’s modern dental technological market, allowing us to offer more stabilising denture treatments to our patients.
The worlds #1 cosmetic treatment is a proven way to remove wrinkles and fine facial lines.
Few signs of ageing can create a gloomier appearance than frown lines. wrinkle removal successfully smooths these creases and returns a youthful look to the skin.
If eyes are the windows to the soul, it doesn’t hurt to have lovely window frames. Crows feet can make you look a lot older than you are, but wrinkle removal treats these wrinkles around the eyes quickly and effectively.
Dermal fillers are popular treatments for wrinkles and facial lines.
Clients often get confused when they hear the word sedation as it suggests being completely asleep however that is only possible with general anaesthetic which can only be carried out in hospitals however in reality you actually remain partially conscious during sedation.
The use of sedation in dentistry is a fantastic method of reducing anxiety levels and it will ensure a positive experience at the dentist.
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