Why should I go to a dentist?

A dentist in Banbury is not just for when things go wrong with your teeth. A good relationship with a dentist can lead to the best smile and dental health available for yourself. Everyone should have access to a happy smile. A good smile is often a window into a person having a better opinion of their body image. Working with your dentist towards a brighter, whiter and overall more healthy smile could have a major impact on your self-confidence. Being honest with your dentist could also ensure that problems are spotted early and prevented from getting to the point where the only option is to remove a tooth, something that nobody wants. This article will run through all the treatments that are on offer at Amsel & Wilkins, as well as giving you a few pointers on how best to look after your teeth before you get a chance to have your selected treatment. 


What treatments are on offer?

Your dentist in Banbury offers a variety of different services. These services can be split off into five main strands; preventive, general, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry, and facial aesthetics. All these treatments are available to our patients who are looking to improve the state of their oral health and other areas of the face.

Preventive dentistry work includes working towards healthy gums and fresher breath with an emphasis on dental hygiene. This can also be achieved through cutting down or stopping smoking. Work can also be completed on sensitive teeth, and specialist work is done for children’s teeth. Other elements of health are also considered, such as screening for mouth cancer.

General dentistry can help with issues such as jaw problems and snoring. Specific treatments such as root canal therapy, emergency dental care, and extractions are also available. The oral health of pregnant women is also cared for in this field.

Cosmetic dentistry often involves moving the teeth into a more desirable position, and this includes orthodontics in general and Invisalign specifically, inlays, overlays, and CEREC. Other aesthetic based treatments also include teeth whitening, porcelain veneers and white fillings. Missing teeth can be taken care of through crowns, dentures, dental implants, bridges, and denture stabilisers. Finally, facial aesthetics are also a treatment available here at Amsel & Wilkins. Wrinkle treatments and dermal fillers are available for our patients.

What should I do next?

A dentist in Banbury is available to help you address all of your dental needs. If one of these treatments could benefit you, then why not consider getting in contact with us here at Amsel & Wilkins to discuss your options for dental treatment? You could also browse the website to discover what your options are when considering dental treatment. In the meantime, you can improve your overall oral health by regular brushing, flossing and the use of mouthwash. It is important to maintain a good state of oral health, as this can have a positive impact on your overall health. It is even more important to maintain a good level of oral hygiene if you are considering one of the dental treatments that was mentioned in this article. Everyone deserves a chance to have the healthiest smile possible and here at Amsel & Wilkins we want to give you that chance.

Can I improve the appearance of my teeth?

Many people are unhappy with the appearance of their teeth, but don’t know what to do about it. Here at Amsel & Wilkins we can offer you an array of services that could help you love your smile again. Many people have a variety of different problems with their teeth, this could be a whole host of things, from bad breath to missing teeth. Misaligned teeth are a common problem, alongside issues such as snoring that can be linked to the position of the teeth in the mouth. Everyone should be able to smile and laugh with confidence and the right dental treatment can help with this.


Why should I see a dentist?

Building up a good relationship with a dentist in Banbury can be very beneficial to improve the level of oral health you maintain. Issues with your teeth can be caught early and prevent outcomes such as tooth loss. Gum disease and other health issues such as mouth cancer can be caught in good time. Your dentist will advise you on how to best look after your teeth and this can have a positive impact on your overall health, for example, a mouth with teeth that are better aligned can often lead to better digestion. Your dentist will always be on hand to answer any questions that you may have about the health of your teeth and mouth.

What treatments could you offer?

A dentist in Banbury can offer you a whole host of different dental treatments and some treatments that are not dental at all, this includes wrinkle treatments and dermal fillers. Work can be done as a preventive measure, such as dental hygiene treatments and specific work on children’s teeth such as sealants. General dentistry can include emergency dental care which is available for patients who need to see a dentist fast. Cosmetic dentistry is used by our patients to make their teeth more aesthetically pleasing, this can include services such as teeth whitening and orthodontic treatment to move teeth into a more desirable position. Specialist care is available for missing teeth using treatments such as crowns, dental implants, bridges, and dentures.

What should I do next?

If you think our dentist in Banbury could be the right fit for you, why not get in contact to see how you could move forward to a brighter, healthier smile? You could also look at our website to look at the treatments that we offer in more detail. On the website, you will find more information about different kinds of procedures we can conduct and how you could access these treatments. Your dentist will ensure that the treatment you wish to have is the right choice for both you and your mouth.

What should I do in the meantime?

In the meantime, it is important to look after your dental health and hygiene. This can be done through regular brushing of your teeth, flossing and the use of mouthwash. This is important anyway, as you should maintain a good level of oral health to ensure the continuing functionality of your mouth and teeth, which can also link to other areas of your general health. It becomes even more important to have a good level of oral health if you are considering a dental treatment, as some treatments cannot go ahead if conditions pe-exist such as gum disease.