More than just a simple NHS dentist in Oxford

Gone are the days when dentistry was just concerned with making sure you didn’t suffer from decay or gum disease, removing failing teeth and fixing infections. Of course, these are still the cornerstone treatments that ensure good oral health, but there is so much more on offer.

NHS Dentist in OxfordThe problem is that only a limited number of treatments, those strictly delineated by the NHS designed to keep people free from pain and with teeth that work, are available at reduced prices.

What do you do if you want treatments from an NHS dentist in Oxford, but you also want access to all the great treatments that a private dentist offers? Easy. You register with Studental, the NHS dentist in Oxford Brookes campus on Headington Hill that’s open to everyone.

Great looking teeth

Ok, so you’ve got the groundwork in place that means your teeth are in good condition. Now, you’d like them to look great too. Here at Studental, we offer a great range of cosmetic dentistry treatments that build on your NHS treatments to give you a smile to be proud of.

If your teeth are a bit wonky, you can get them aligned with our invisible braces. We offer Invisalign clear aligners. They can’t be seen once they are in place, so they won’t interfere with you looking good while you receive treatment. Plus, they come out for eating and drinking, so you retain all the freedom to eat whatever you want.

Or maybe your teeth need brightening up? We offer teeth whitening treatments to bring out the best in your smile.

Unhappy with small imperfections? We can cover over a multitude of imperfections with veneers; small sheaths of dental porcelain that we fit to the front of your teeth.

Long-lasting, effective replacement teeth

Most people these days choose dental implants to replace lost teeth. These are small posts or screws that are fitted into your jawbone with new crowns attached. They can last for at least 15 years, and for decades if you take good care of them.

Why not register with us and get the best of both worlds, both private and NHS?