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Dental implants offer a life-changing solution for those dealing with missing teeth, providing not only aesthetic benefits but also improving oral health and quality of life. If you’re ready to transform your smile and regain your confidence, schedule a consultation with our experienced team today. Say hello to a brighter, more radiant smile with dental implants!

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We use the highly regarded Lumiwhite product to offer effective and long-lasting whitening treatments.

These types of whitening treatments known as Home (or Tray) Whitening are regarded by the experts as the most effective and long-lasting whitening treatments.

The treatment involves 3 visits. On the first visit, a model will be made of your teeth. From this a very thin clear retainer is made leaving space for a gel to be placed inside.

Following the second visit, this retainer is worn for about 14-21 days, only when asleep, with the gel being changed each night. The gel gently whitens your teeth to your desired shade – you choose when to stop when you have reached the desired lightness.

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Valplast Denture

It was long thought that, in order to be effective, removable partial dentures had to be rigid. The innovation of the Valplast® Flexible Partial denture allows the appliance to adapt to the constant movement and flexibility in your mouth.

When you are ready to replace missing teeth you have a number of solutions available, each with its own set of advantages and disadvantages. It is important for you to consider all of these issues because you are most likely to live with your choice for a long time.

You don’t have to make this decision alone. Your dentist can help you assess which is the best option for you in light of your specific clinical needs, personal preferences and financial considerations.

traditional dentures

Traditional acrylic/metal dentures

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The Valplast® flexible alternative


If you can’t bare the thought of visible metal clasps then a Valplast® flexible partial denture is an option. Valplast® flexible partial dentures look very natural, are light and are designed to stay beautiful and comfortable for a long period of time.

When considering a removable partial denture, many people find Valplast® flexible partial dentures to be the most comfortable option. They are metal free, do not require any preparation of natural teeth, do not contain the chemicals found in normal plastic dentures and are hypoallergenic.

Valplast Dentures Dewsbury

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Invisalign clear aligners are removable, comfortable and custom-made to fit. You will see progress from the start of your treatment as your teeth move, and your dedicated Invisalign Doctor will guide you to the moment your new smile is revealed.

With Invisalign clear aligners, you get more than just straighter teeth. You get the world’s most advanced aligner technology and the guidance of a trained Invisalign Doctor. But most of all, you get the smile you’ll want to show off.

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Hygiene / Therapist

Your dentist may recommend that you see one of our Dental Therapists. They are specialists in their own fields, with an important role in promoting dental health.

Our therapists are fully qualified in all aspects of dental care relating to:

  • Routine fillings
  • Treatments of gum disease
  • Scaling and polishing your teeth
  • Advice on oral hygiene and prevention
  • Fissue sealing of teeth
  • Dental radiographs
  • Impression taking
  • Extracting deciduous teeth

We also sell a range of dental products to support you at home in maintaining your oral health.

You can book an appointment with a hygiene/therapist by calling us on 01924 465880. If you wish, we can arrange this appointment to coincide with your regular dental check up.

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Endodontic Treatment (root canal referrals)

Nerve (pulp) tissue is located within the centre of each tooth and provides sensation to the teeth. However, when this nerve tissue becomes damaged toothache and infection can develop. In this event, a root canal treatment may be indicated. A root canal treatment involves accessing and removing this nerve tissue with special instruments. The root canal is thoroughly cleaned and filled with an inert restorative material. Root canals are minute in
diameter and are quite difficult to access. Therefore, root canal treatment can be demanding and awkward to carry out. In some instances, several appointments may be required.

There is a wide variety in complexity regarding different root canal treatments. Molar teeth are particularly difficult to treat because they have 3 or 4 root canals per tooth. Other features such as curved roots, inaccessible tooth positioning and narrow canals can further complicate matters.

We use some of the latest technology at DDC

  • Microscope magnification
  • Rotary and reciprocating shaping systems
  • Warm vertical obturation
  • Digital radiography
  • Bioceramics
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Composite bonding

Composite bonding is where a tooth-coloured resin composite is sculpted and bonded to the tooth. It is a minimally invasive, cost effective technique and can be completed in as little as one appointment. It has many advantages when compared to traditional ceramic restorations, including:

  • Less destructive to the tooth
  • Often does not need drilling or injections
  • Cheaper
  • Easier to repair
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