Poole’s [email protected] provides comprehensive dental care with the latest in innovative dental techniques in a caring and supportive environment led by its practice principals, Richard Morgan and Graham Browning. Together with the surgery’s highly trained and motivated dental team, patients can be assured of the best possible treatment.
The modern, five surgery, private practice is based near to the town centre serving the surrounding areas and the practice employs over twenty team members who are all dedicated to the wellbeing of patients and the excellent dental care that [email protected] provides.
The Inman Aligner is the orthodontic treatment of choice for adult relapse, is a no-fuss way of straightening front teeth, and is the simple alternative to the slower and more costly fixed or clear braces.
The Inman Aligner provides a real alternative because it is quicker and more efficient and you can have your front teeth straightened in 6-16 weeks and the method provides a more conservative solution to the option of porcelain veneers.
And even if teeth need cosmetic veneers because they are discoloured or mis-shapen then the Inman Aligner is the ideal solution to correct the teeth first before the veneers are prepared.
The method can help provide a brilliant smile by just using one appliance that can be removed and inserted as easily as a retainer.
Blepharoplasty is a non-surgical procedure that can rejuvenate your look and uses non-surgical techniques to tighten the skin around eyelids, reducing overhang and droopiness – and one procedure offered by [email protected] is Plasmage.
Plasma energy is generated using an electric discharge. The process also aids collagen formation by heating the skin and because of the extra collagen produced by the process, the skin contracts and restores tightness and tautness to the area treated.
Skin ends up smoother reducing fine lines and wrinkles for a fresher and more youthful appearance.
A brighter smile is a great boost and is one of the first things people notice. Lifestyle and certain foods and drinks can eventually darken teeth. The things we do without thinking on a regular basis such as drinking tea, coffee or red wine or smoking are all likely to stain teeth over time.
It’s important that you consult your dentist about any teeth whitening process and under new regulations the law states that only those on a dental register can carry out tooth whitening. Anyone considering teeth whitening should be aged 18 or over and only dental practitioners are allowed to use a concentration of up to 6 per cent hydrogen peroxide.
After a dental examination at [email protected] your dentist will decide which treatment is best for you and will then prepare a customised tray from a mould to fit your teeth. An At Home System means you can use gel in a customised tray at home during the night or for up to an hour a day until the desired results are achieved.
68 Wimborne Road,
Fax: 01202 256264