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Additional Services

We offer a whole range of dental services along with traditional family dentistry where we focus on prevention for long lasting teeth.

Patients are sometimes amazed that we can also help with snoring appliances, smoking cessation, cancer screening, diabetes testing and dietary advice as well as providing mouth guards, clear whitening trays and other cosmetic teeth options.

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Find out more about additional services we offer:

Snoring

If you are a heavy snorer, you’ll know what a misery it can be for both yourself and your partner.

In some cases, snoring is connected with sleep apnoea, in which the sufferer actually stops breathing for a time; the result can be constant daytime drowsiness and extra strain on the heart. Every person that suffers from sleep apnoea snores, but not everyone who snores suffers from sleep apnoea.

Some common devices your dentists may use to help stop snoring are the mandibular advancement device which resembles a sports mouth guard in appearance and is useful in forcing the lower jaw down and forward slightly. Another option is a splint which can be used to hold the tongue in the right position and works to keep the airway open.

Our experts at envisage dental are trained to deal with all types of snoring cases and have systems available to help you stop. A range of options will be discussed with you at one of your comprehensive dental health checks, which are crucial because the device recommended to you may require periodic adjustment or replacement.

Smoking Cessation

At envisage dental are here to help bring out the best version of yourself – and that includes helping you to quit smoking.

Many studies have shown that smoking and using tobacco products has a detrimental effect on your teeth and gums. Tobacco affects the gum tissue cells, making smokers more prone to getting infections in the form of gum and periodontal diseases. Other negative effects of smoking are bad breath, stained teeth, jawbone loss, shrinking gums, mouth sores, decreased senses of taste and smell, poor healing of mouth sores and ‘hairy’ tongue.

In addition to this, it may be of no surprise to know that smoking is the main cause of oral cancer, with over 2 thousand people dying from it in the UK every year. By stopping smoking or using tobacco products and even cutting down, you will see dramatic improvements in your oral health very quickly.

It is essential that you come into the clinic for regular dental health checks and hygiene sessions so we can help you maintain good oral health and offer positive preventative advice and encouragement. Our dental membership plans include smoking advice and regular visits to both the dentist and hygienist.

Diabetes Screening

Diabetes is particularly relevant to oral health as not only will the standard of oral health impact diabetes, but diabetes itself will also impact oral health, creating a vicious circle.

A significant number of people in the UK have undiagnosed diabetes:

  • Approximately 500,000 to 1 million people are undiagnosed
  • Diabetes causes significant problems including blindness, kidney failure, cardiovascular disease and strokes, whilst shortening life expectancy
  • 1 in 10 deaths in the UK is due to diabetes and its effects
  • By the time many people are diagnosed with diabetes up to 50% will have irreversible and significant symptoms

Selected envisage dental clinics offer diabetes screening as part of the Dental Health Check.

This service could make a real difference to the lives of our patients and ensures we are doing all we can to bring out the best version of yourself – our firm promise to you.

Free Second Opinion

We have many patients come to us when confidence and trust is broken with their current dentist. This could be because of the service received, the advice given or not being able to offer the services you wanted with and alternative being pushed instead.

Your personal oral care is vitally important and envisage treat this with a high degree of care and sensitivity. Our private dental clinics offer a free second opinion on any diagnosis you are unsure of, or where you require additional advice on a treatment that has been recommended to you. The second opinion only looks at the tooth in question and does not cover a comprehensive mouth review. If you would like a second opinion on a specific treatment you are unsure of, there is no charge. You are of course free to continue treatment with your own dentist; we just want to make sure you are fully informed and happier with the information you have.

However, if you would like us to undergo a full and comprehensive Dental Health Check which looks at your entire mouth, we will invite you back for a New Patient Assessment (this is chargeable), which includes x-rays, tooth by tooth diagnosis, the use of intra oral cameras for precision dentistry and a detailed plan of oral health care options.

Fresh Breath

Bad breath is a very common problem and there are many different causes. Some people find that they have bad breath all the time and there may be an underlying medical cause for that, such as throat, nose or lung infections and sinusitis, bronchitis or diabetes.

You can also suffer from bad breath if you have poor dental hygiene. Without regular brushing and flossing, bacteria and bits of food can get trapped in between your teeth, which release an unpleasant odour after some time. Another cause of bad breath is smoking. Bad breath is also caused or made worse by strong foods like garlic, onions and coffee.

Bad breath can be prevented by following a daily oral hygiene regime and cutting down on sugary foods and drinks. Regular trips to the hygienist will also ensure your plaque levels are kept under control.

Sensitive Teeth

Do you feel a shooting pain in your teeth when eating or drinking something hot? Does the thought of biting into ice cream or a cold hard apple make you wince? Sensitive teeth can be a burden for many people and can be caused by several things. It is always important to seek advice from a dental professional so the source of the problem can be identified and treated.

One cause of sensitivity is dental erosion, which is the loss of tooth enamel. Enamel is the hard outer coating of a tooth, which protects the sensitive dentine underneath. If the enamel is worn away or eroded, this dentine is exposed which can lead to pain and sensitivity, which can be worsened with extreme temperatures.

Erosion can be caused by your diet (frequent consumption of high sugar or high acid food or drink), tooth brushing habits (brushing too hard), tooth grinding, certain medical conditions and eating disorders. For top tips on protecting your enamel and for effective treatment of tooth sensitivity come to the practice for a check-up, where we can create an individualised care plan for you.

Oral Cancer Screening

Any one of us can get oral cancer.

Those who regularly drink alcohol above the recommended limits, smokers or those who use other tobacco products are at a higher risk. Though it is most common in people aged over 50, new research indicates that the number of younger people developing oral cancers related to the human papillomavirus (HPV) is on the increase.

envisage dentists are fully trained to test and detect oral cancer during your comprehensive Dental Health Check – and that means thoroughly checking every one of our patients for signs of mouth cancer. This is increasingly becoming an important reason to visit your dentist regularly, which is why our membership gives you access to two Dental Health Checks per annum.

We are passionate about making a real difference to the lives of our patients and helping you to bring out the best version of yourself. This includes offering you practical and judgement-free advice on addressing lifestyle choices which may put you at greater risk of developing oral cancer, should you wish.

AirFlow Stain Removal

Air flow polishing is the ideal way to remove the stains and discoloration caused by smoking or by drinking red wine, tea and coffee as it whitens teeth while thoroughly removing dental plaque. The innovative air flow polishing technique uses a machine that cleans and polishes the teeth with a mix of water, compressed air and fine powder particles. This method is far superior to traditional cleaning methods that use scraping tools, rubber cups and polishing discs and which can be time-consuming and uncomfortable.

More effective cleaning
A powerful yet controlled jet of water, air and fine powder not only polishes all the surfaces of a tooth, removing plaque, discoloration and soft deposits, but also reaches deep into periodontal pockets up to a depth of 5 mm.

Improved patient comfort
Anyone who has ever cringed as a scraping tool digs into their gums or a polishing disc presses onto tooth enamel will welcome air polishing for its painless, fast and non-invasive method of cleaning.

Reduces teeth sensitivity
Air flow polishing is ideal for those who suffer from sensitive teeth. This is not only due to the lack of direct contact and the absence of heat and vibration, but because the tiny micro particles of powder can actually fill any exposed dentine tubules and reduce dental sensitivity.

Faster cleaning
Studies have shown that air polishing is over three times faster at removing stains and plaque than traditional methods. This means less time in the chair for the patient and therefore fewer interruptions.

Become a GOLD member & save 10%

Our GOLD Members enjoy 10% off all treatment as well as complimentary 2 x Dental Health Checks and 2 x Hygiene cleans each year. Members also benefit from nationwide emergency cover, redundancy cover, implant cover, worldwide cover and supplementary insurance.

 

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Alton

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Basingstoke

Basingstoke

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Emsworth

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Ferndown

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