For Families

Our teeth are designed to last our lifetime – and they will if we look after them properly. We will teach you the best way to care for you and your family’s teeth and gums at home so that they will remain strong, healthy and cavity-free long into the future.

We look at mouths differently and want to encourage our patients to consider their life-long dental wellbeing. Healthy mouths are wonderful. They have less chance of developing gum disease and decay and cause no pain – meaning you spend less money on keeping them in the pink.

The most important part of your dental care routine is the bit you do at home. To complement your robust dental care routine at home we recommend regular visits to allow us to spot any issues early and deal with them before they become a problem.

Your dentist, Gareth Jones, is passionate about preventive dentistry and believes that your family deserves clinical excellence, an honest service you can trust, and plenty of time allocated to your appointments.

Place your family’s dental care in our safe hands and we will look after the long-term health of their mouths.

New patients

Our door is always open to new patients, who will experience thorough, unhurried appointments and tailored dental care. Please allow up to 30 minutes for your new patient appointment, which gives Gareth the time he needs to make a full assessment of your gums, cheeks, jaw, tongue, and teeth, as well as the opportunity to get to know you and your family.

Treatments

As a family dental practice we carry out all the usual treatments including examinations, fillings and root treatments in addition to providing cosmetic and restorative dental services for improving your smiles and boosting your confidence, such as veneers, crowns, bridges, white fillings, tooth whitening, adult orthodontics and dental implants. We can also provide and fit sports guards and anti-snoring devices.

Health and hygiene

The health of your mouth provides an insight into your general health and wellbeing. Since three out of four teeth are lost through gum disease, and recent studies show a strong relationship between gum disease and medical conditions such as strokes, heart disease, diabetes and premature and low-birth-weight babies, it’s clear why we put such emphasis on our health and hygiene services to deep clean your teeth and keep your gums healthy.