Dental Treatments & Services
Dentistry for the 21st Century is all about giving you back your smile and restoring your confidence…Here at Appledore Dental Clinic we have the technology and the expertise to do just that…
First impressions by one person of another are often the most important, and can be critical in executive business deals. Research has shown that when we first meet one another, there is a subconscious way that our brains and eyes interact with the other person:
Your eyes scan from their eyes, to their nose and then to their mouth. From there on the scan (for most of us) opens to the rest of their face and then the person.
Is your first impression a good one..?
Probably, if you have a stunning smile with fantastic teeth. But, if you have stained teeth, large chips in your teeth, or missing front teeth, these will be used to construct that first impression which people store in their memory and use whenever they think of you…
Large metallic fillings can discolour and internally stain your surrounding tooth structure. Crooked teeth immediately stand out from the crowd. Missing teeth and poorly designed crowns can create black areas in your mouth.
Bracknell Dentist New Decontamination Room Ensures Instruments Free From Bugs
- Do you wonder if the ‘clean’ instruments the dentist uses in your mouth are really clean?
- Do you wonder what happens to them once they have finished your treatment?
Current dental legislation requires that all dental instruments are cleaned to a specific level to ensure you don’t catch any bugs. Appledore have some instruments that are only used once and then thrown away as it is more costly to clean them adequately than it is to replace them with new ones after each use.
Appledore recently changed an office storage area into their brand new decontamination room
Dr Teresa Appledore Clinical Director and Founder says ‘our previous decon area worked but was time consuming for the team, our new decon room (whilst costly) has been in action for a few weeks and is wonderful.
It makes it much easier for the team to ensure ‘best practice’ is undertaken. If any of our patients want to have a look around it we are always happy to oblige.