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Could now be the time to reach out to our dentist in Widnes for some care and attention?

A helping hand to lend

Here at Widnes Dental Practice, we’ve always made it our primary objective to ensure that residents of Widnes and beyond can have easy access to the best dental treatments possible.


Sadly, the implications of the Covid:19 pandemic have made achieving this goal more difficult than ever over the last year. However, as the light at the end of the tunnel gets increasingly bright, we are overjoyed to report that patients can now, once again, return to our dentist in Widnes for a wide range of treatments.


What can our dentist in Widnes do for me?


Living with teeth that are in poor health or disrepair is something that nobody should have to endure.


Across the country, there are thousands of people whose teeth are either visibly stained, missing, decayed or deteriorated, yet they refrain from getting the care they need from our dentist in Widnes as they are unaware of what we can do to help.


At Widnes Dental Practice we are firm believers in providing comprehensive dental care that is designed to meet the specific, individual needs of the patient who is receiving the treatment.


Taking a tailored and individualist approach to our dental treatments has allowed us to develop a longstanding reputation amongst the Widnes community and beyond as a dental provider that goes above and beyond to achieve the best results possible for every patient’s smile.


Our dentistry team consists of a broad range of professional experts who specialise in the following treatment types:


Preventative Dentistry

Restorative Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry


As these fields are massively expansive in their scope, we always advise that our patients - both new and old - start their treatment journey with a consultation.


These initial consultations serve a vital purpose in ensuring the patient is on the right track to attain their dental goals.


This is because they give them an opportunity to detail to our friendly staff why they are seeking dental help, and what they wish to change about their smiles. We can then use this information to create a unique and detailed treatment plan which will effectively achieve these goals.


What is preventative density?


As we emerge out of lockdown, one of our most widely sought out dental treatments has been those carried out by our dental hygienist.


Rather than aiming to target a structural or cosmetic problem that patients may have with their teeth, our hygienist focuses their attention on keeping a patient's teeth fit and healthy. One of the ways that they achieve this is through a two-stage deep cleaning process called a ‘scale and polish.


If you are concerned about visible marks or stains on your teeth and would like to get rid of them without choosing a cosmetic dentistry procedure, we’d recommend choosing a scale and polish. The process of a scale and polish initially involves using an ultrasound scraper to get rid of all surface area plaque, marks, tartar and bacteria from the patient teeth.


Following this, the hygienist then uses a polishing tool to clean and buffer every tooth, leaving the patient's smile visibly whiter, fresher and healthier. If you feel your teeth could benefit from a deep clean or the expertise of a dental hygienist then speak to us here at Widnes Dental Practice today.