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Let a reputable dentist in Welling revitalise your oral wellbeing

A practice to rely on


At our practice we’ve been providing the highest standard of dental excellence possible to the local community and beyond for well over fifty years now. Within that time we have always adapted in our practice, to use new and emerging technologies and be the best dentist in Welling our patients could ask for.

We know that the past year has been a turbulent one and that seeking out and maintaining regular dental care and appointments has been far from the minds of many. We never pass judgment on our patients, regardless of how long it has been since they last sat in a dentist chair.


What can a dentist in Welling do?


Despite having been providing top-tier cosmetic dental and orthodontic procedures to our patients for decades now, many people out there still view the work that our dentist in Welling does in a purely responsive manner - such as only visiting the practice when an accident or emergency has occurred.


In reality, we offer a multitude of treatments spanning from cosmetic orthodontics and porcelain veneers to restorative treatments such as dental implants or bridges.


The best way to work out what our highly efficient and approachable dental team at Smile Welling can do for you is to book in for an initial consultation. This way we can give your oral health a professional once-over and then determine what treatment is best suited to your needs and explain your various options.


Alternatively, if you have noticed one or more aspects of your smile that you are unhappy with you can explain these to our dentist, who can then use this information to create a unique treatment plan and schedule which will aim to address these issues.


What are dental implants?


When people lose a tooth they often believe that their only option to fill the new space in their mouth is through either bridges or dentures. All these treatments depend on support from your existing teeth in order to be effective and therefore can become increasingly uncomfortable over time if these teeth shift out of position.


A dental implant is an alternative to these options, and one which has no risk of shifting out of place over time, as it is surgically embedded within your mouth as a natural tooth would be. This means that the patient can use their new implant with exactly the same confidence as if the tooth were real. They are a far more comfortable option in the long term, as they are fixed in position permanently, having gone through a process of osseointegration becoming embedded in the jawbone..


How can I get dental implants?


If you’ve suffered the loss of a tooth or teeth, and are interested in finding out more about dental implants, the first step is to contact us here at our surgery and schedule yourself in for a consultation. These consultations are a fundamental part of the dental implant process as they let us detail everything you’ll need to know about the procedure, as well as allow you to ask any questions you may have about what to expect.