Treatments

Dental Services

Explore Our Dental Treatments

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Cosmetic Teeth Straightening

Cosmetic Teeth Straightening

Cfast labial is an innovative cosmetic orthodontic procedure that straightens the front teeth, producing aesthetic results in as few as 8 weeks at an affordable price for you.

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Invisalign

Invisalign

Invisalign is often called a clear-brace treatment. This is because it uses see-through aligners to slowly alter the position of your teeth. As you’ve probably guessed from the name, Invisalign is practically invisible.

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Replace Missing Teeth

Replace Missing Teeth

Missing teeth can be replaced with implants, dentures or bridgework.

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Smile Makeovers

Smile Makeovers

Unhappy with the way your smile looks, you may be considering cosmetic dental treatment to improve the look of your teeth.

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Hygienist/Therapist

Hygienist/Therapist

Dental hygiene treatment is delivered by a specially trained dental hygienist who will help to remove any hard-to-reach plaque from your teeth that may have built up over time.

Testimonials

What Patients Say About Us

Excellent service throughout my time having the C Fast brace with Jamie. Everyone so friendly and so happy with my results. Also lucky enough to win the competition for teeth whitening which I am so pleased with the outcome ☺️

Joanne Hill
    Joanne Hill

    Fantastic staff and service. Both Jamie, Charlotte and the nurses are amazing. We are very happy with the treatment we have received and it’s a pleasure to see everyone. Thank you.

    Sofiya Johnson
      Sofiya Johnson

      I have gone through my Invisalign treatment with Jamie and his wonderful dental nurses and I have felt completely looked after 100% of the time. You are always greeted with a smile and the team are so helpful and professional. Can’t wait to go back and have my teeth whitening treatment. Would highly recommend!

      Kate Bryant
        Kate Bryant

        excellent service; very professional yet friendly in approach. so pleased to have had my treatment completed with expertise. would highly recommend

        Gaynor John
          Gaynor John

          Always a wonderful experience with the best professional and friendly staff

          Chrissie Scott
            Chrissie Scott

            Excellent service nice to see Girls

            Stan Greeves
              Stan Greeves

              Jamie Pugh Dental

              Standard Treatments

              The way your teeth meet when your top and bottom jaws close down on top of each other is known as your ‘bite’. If your teeth don’t fit together properly, you could have malocclusion or ‘bad bite’, which can cause problems with your teeth, gums, the temporo-mandibular joint (TMJ) and the muscles in your face.

              This misalignment, often referred to as TMJ disorder, can also cause some people to clench the jaw and grind their teeth at night. This can lead to facial pain, headaches, discomfort and clicking when biting or chewing, migraines as well as neck and shoulder pain, even back pain.

              If you recognise any of these symptoms or suffer with these on a daily basis, you will need to see a dentist to treat your problems or refer you to a specialist if necessary.

              In some cases, the treatment includes wearing a hard plastic appliance at night. This is made to measure and fitted onto your bite accurately, so that when you bite on it, your teeth are in a position where your muscles are relaxed. This also stops your teeth from becoming worn down by grinding and protects them. Depending on the origin and severity of your problem, you may need orthodontic treatment or maxillofacial surgery. Other solutions may include replacing missing teeth or adjusting any ill-fitting bridgework that you may have.

              The important thing to do is see your dentist as soon as possible so your problem does not become worse over time and require more drastic measures to correct.

              One area of speciality areas within dentistry is known as oral surgery and this applies to procedures of a surgical nature, such as the extraction of teeth or wisdom teeth. Oral surgery requires additional training in techniques to perform procedures with care, helping patients to be able to use their teeth and mouths again.

              If you have advanced tooth decay or an impacted wisdom tooth, you may require oral surgery to have them safely extracted. Depending on your particular case and the severity of your problem, you will be given anaesthetic and offered sedation if you are anxious.

              It is important to always get the advice of a dental professional if you are worried about any of your teeth. Never attempt to pull out your own tooth out at home as this could cause a more serious problem for you. Dentists have the right equipment and sterile environment in which to perform this type of procedure with the utmost care and your recovery can be fairly quick. In the case of wisdom teeth extractions you may have some swelling after the procedure and discomfort that can be eased with over the counter painkillers.

              If you’ve chipped or broken a tooth as a result of an accident or an injury, it can be a traumatic experience. It’s very important that you see a dentist immediately, even if the tooth is just slightly chipped. And if you have knocked out a tooth or several teeth, the sooner you are seen by a dental professional the better because there is a chance that the teeth could be re-implanted, depending on the severity of your injury.

              It’s very important that you keep the knocked out tooth clean and avoid handling the root. In some cases you may be able to put the tooth back into the socket by biting down on a clean paper towel for around 15-20 minutes.

              If you have a chipped tooth then your dentist may be able to smooth down the uneven edge and replace the missing part with a tooth-coloured filling. If you break a back molar then this may have to be replaced with a crown.

              If you require an emergency dental treatment, you should ask to see a dentist as soon as possible. If you are a current patient to our practice we try our best to offer a same day service for all dental emergencies from toothache to lost or broken crowns, chipped teeth and fillings to abscesses, trauma, avulsed teeth and a swollen face. We can take care of your injuries to ensure you heal quicker and more effectively, so you avoid additional dental problems in the future.

              If you do not currently have a dentist and require emergency dental treatment then please call the “In Hours” Dental Service on 0300 123 50 60.

              In the event of a dental emergency (out of hours and our practice is closed, for example on bank holidays, evenings (6:30pm-8am) and weekends (Fri 6:30pm-Mon 8:00am) please ring the out of hours dental service on 0300 123 50 60.

              If you require a filling in your tooth, a cosmetic option would be to choose a white filling material that matches the shade of your surrounding natural teeth. You can also have any existing metallic fillings replaced with tooth-coloured or ‘white’ fillings. This will allow you to smile without a metallic glint in sight, giving your teeth a more natural appearance overall. Here is how white fillings work:

              1. This is a safe procedure that entails the removal of any decay from your tooth, and taking out the metal or amalgam fillings if you are having them replaced.
              2. The new filling is made from a very hard tooth-coloured substance and will withstand the forces in your mouth when you bite and chew over a long period of time.
              3. The restoration is completed in one visit and your fillings will not be visible when you smile.

              Life benefits

              • Natural-looking restoration.
              • Improved cosmetic appearance of filled teeth while still being able to bite and chew as usual.
              • Hard-wearing restorative solution.

              The way your teeth meet when your top and bottom jaws close down on top of each other is known as your ‘bite’. If your teeth don’t fit together properly, you could have malocclusion or ‘bad bite’, which can cause problems with your teeth, gums, the temporo-mandibular joint (TMJ) and the muscles in your face.

              This misalignment, often referred to as TMJ disorder, can also cause some people to clench the jaw and grind their teeth at night. This can lead to facial pain, headaches, discomfort and clicking when biting or chewing, migraines as well as neck and shoulder pain, and even back pain.

              If you recognise any of these symptoms or suffer with these on a daily basis, you will need to see a dentist to treat your problems or to refer you to a specialist if necessary. Treatment can include the following:

              1. Impressions of your teeth are taken to create a customised plastic appliance that fits over your teeth and is worn at night.
              2. When the device is worn, your teeth are in a position where your facial muscles are relaxed, preventing grinding and taking the pressure off your TMJ.
              3. The device also protects the teeth, preventing them from becoming worn down by grinding.

              Depending on the origin and severity of your problem, you may need orthodontic treatment or maxillofacial surgery. Other solutions may include replacing missing teeth or adjusting any ill-fitting bridgework that you may have. The most important thing to do is to see your dentist as soon as possible so that your problem does not become worse over time and require more drastic measures to correct.

              Life benefits

              • Alleviated facial and TMJ pain, including a reduction in headaches.
              • Prevention of extensive tooth wear.
              • Enhanced quality of sleep.

              Dental hygiene treatment is delivered by a specially trained dental hygienist who will help to remove any hard-to-reach plaque from your teeth that may have built up over time. Here is what you can expect from a hygiene appointment:

              1. Your teeth and gums will be assessed to determine the amount of plaque removal you will need and risk factors will be highlighted.
              2. Your teeth will be professionally cleaned with special equipment and pastes. This process is also known as scaling and polishing.
              3. The hygienist’s role is to show you how to look after your teeth so that they remain free from plaque in the future. You will be advised on the best tooth brushing technique and given tips on flossing and using interdental brushes.

              Dental hygiene at our practice also functions preventatively to treat gum disease and bad breath. If you have a bridge, denture, orthodontic treatment or a dental implant you will have specific hygiene needs that the hygienist will be able to assist you with.

              It is recommended that you come in for regular hygiene appointments to ensure your mouth stays clean and healthy.

              Life benefits

              • Minimised risk of tooth loss.
              • Reduced risk of developing tooth decay and need for fillings.
              • Fresh minty breath.

              At Jamie Pugh Dental Healthcare Ltd we are due to launch a new dental hygiene treatment. Guided Biofilm Therapy (GBT) This used gentle, state of the art technology AIRFLOW ® to clean and polish the teeth. More technically speaking, the procedure removes biofilm, stains and young calculus on natural teeth, fillings and implants. The AIRFLOW ® also uses warm water so is an ideal treatment for patients who avoid seeing the hygienist due to having sensitive teeth.

              Guided Biofilm Therapy (GBT) is an 8-stage process for gentle but deep teeth cleaning, using the EMS AIRFLOW ® machine. GBT is a predictable procedure for the removal of biofilm (bacterial flora which forms plaque), stains and young calculus from teeth, implants, restorations, orthodontic appliances and from above and below the gum line.

              Benefits of the procedure

              There are three key benefits of Guided Biofilm Therapy and AIRFLOW® compared to normal cleaning and polishing:

              1. AIRFLOW® is the ONLY technology that removes biofilm from all the nooks and crannies around your mouth, for example, deep pits and fissures, interdental spaces, crowded teeth and around implants. It is also a fantastic way to clean the areas around fixed orthodontic braces!
              2. GBT is extremely gentle and minimally invasive, preserving the integrity of natural teeth, implants and fillings. The GBT and AIRFLOW® system is also the gentlest way to clean teeth and remove staining.
              3. GBT is a very comfortable procedure at each of 8 stages. The AIRFLOW® machine uses warm water so we are able to use the treatment for areas of recession and normally sensitive areas without needing local anaesthetic.
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              Adult

              Pricing

              Initial Consultation Appointment (Adult) £85
              (1hr appointment)
              Regular Dental Health Reviews (examinations) £35
              Emergency assessment only £35

              1 x-ray £15
              2 x-rays £22.50
              3 x-rays £30
              OPT (Full mouth x-ray) £27.50

              Cfast one arch £1950
              Cfast upper + lower
              Both includes fixed and removable retainer post treatment £3200
              Essex retainer £100
              Invisalign £1750-£3750
              Vivera Retainers (3yrs worth) £500
              included with Invisalign

              Oral Hygiene Instruction Services FREE OF CHARGE
              Clinical Intra-oral photos FREE OF CHARGE
              Hygiene Visits from £57


              Extraction £70-£130
              White Fillings from £57
              Root Canal Treatment (2 visits) £250-£450
              *discount if done in 1 visit*


              Porcelain Bonded Crown £495
              Zirconia Emax Crown £595
              Full Gold Crown £595
              Acrylic Dentures £620
              Chrome Dentures £800

              Teeth Whitening Homekit £195
              Includes custom made upper and lower trays
              And 5 syringes on whitening gel
              Zoom “in house” Teeth Whitening £395
              Includes custom made upper and lower trays
              And 2 top-up whitening gels

              Children

              Pricing

              Child Exam 0-12yrs £30
              Child Exam 13-18yrs £35
              Emergency assessment only £23.50

              1 x-ray £15
              2 x-rays £22.50
              3 x-rays £30
              OPT (Full mouth x-ray) £27.50

              Extraction of baby teeth £60
              Extraction of adult teeth £92.50
              Fillings on baby teeth £57.50
              Fillings on adult teeth £80-£140

              OPT (Full mouth x-ray) £27.50
              Oral Hygiene Instruction Services FREE OF CHARGE
              Clinical Intra-oral photos FREE OF CHARGE
              Hygiene Visits from £57