It’s great to be on the books of a good NHS dentist in Oxford, but the NHS only covers the basics of dental treatments such as check-ups, fillings, extractions and dentures or bridges. For almost everything else you need a good private dentist in Oxford. Ideally, instead of having to hunt around and get referrals when you need to go beyond the bounds of NHS treatments, you want to be able to access good quality private treatments within the same dental practice as the one you get NHS treatments in.
At Studental, we offer great NHS treatments backed up by high-quality private treatments. We are based within the grounds of Oxford Brookes University on the Headington Road, but we are open to everyone, not just students.
Let’s take a look at some of the private treatments we offer here at Studental.
Braces and teeth straightening
Having straight teeth not only makes you look great, it makes your teeth easier to clean and likely to last longer as they are less prone to decay and gum disease. We offer Invisalign invisible braces that align your teeth without being visible. These clear plastic aligners come out for meals and cleaning, saving you time poking around with brushes and floss to remove stuck food.
Dental implants have now become most people’s first choice for replacing teeth, and sadly, they are not available on the NHS. Dental implants replace the root of the tooth with titanium posts that are embedded into the jawbone. Porcelain crowns are fitted on top once the implants have integrated with the jawbone. Dental implants give you back full chewing power without compromising the integrity of neighbouring teeth or slipping around on your gums. They are also very long-lasting and can work out as comparable in price to other restoration methods in the long-term.
Having a great smile has important psychological benefits as well as social benefits. We offer a great range of cosmetic treatments to bring your smile back up to its full potential.
If you would like to find out more about our private treatments, why not pop in for a chat with the dentist in Oxford?