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Young Smile Dental Care
Justin set up the practice in January 2013 in Alford, Aberdeenshire. They are a husband and wife team, with Justin heading up the dental team and Jill managing the practice.
Jill is from the Alford area originally and they are both enjoying being settled back in the local area. They have been overwhelmed by the level of support they have received from the local community since they opened the practice.
Botulinum toxin injections, such as Botox® and Dysport® reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles on areas of the face, including around the eyes – known as crow’s feet and lines caused by expressions such as frowning. View treatment details
Dental bridges are designed to ‘bridge’ the gap between teeth, when one or more are missing. A bridge is made up of crowns that sit either side of the gap and a false tooth is added into the gap. View treatment details
Dental Crowns are used to strengthen your existing damaged tooth to protect its functionality. Crowns restore cracked, broken and damaged teeth. They can also be called caps as they often sit over your damaged tooth and protect the outer surface. View treatment details
Dental implants are recommended if you have one, or multiple, missing teeth, designed to act as a replacement or artificial substitution for the root portion of your natural tooth. View treatment details
Dentures are used to cover missing teeth and can be removed from your mouth and be put back in whenever you choose. Dentures are created to suit your mouth and can be either full or partial. View treatment details
Periodontitis, commonly referred to as gum disease, is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults. Peri-implantitis is a condition also linked closely to periodontal disease, formed from the presence of mucositis, puss & bone loss around a dental implant. View treatment details
Root canal treatment is the term given to the procedure that aims to save the natural tooth following tooth decay and infection of the pulpal tissue. It is sometimes referred to as endodontics. View treatment details
Tooth whitening involves lightening the natural colour of your teeth without removing any of the tooth surface. There are several options available depending on how much you wish to spend and whether you would like to visit a dentist or do at home. View treatment details
Tooth extraction is a process where one or more of your teeth is completely removed from your mouth. It is likely that your dentist will carry out this procedure, but in some cases you may be referred to hospital where a surgeon will carry out the removal View treatment details
A veneer is a thin layer of porcelain, or a natural coloured composite material, which made to fit over the front surface of your tooth to improve its appearance, shape, or position. If you have badly damaged or crooked teeth, the solution may be a veneer View treatment details
Composite fillings, otherwise known as white fillings, are used to restore teeth that have decayed. White fillings are also used for cosmetic purposes, changing the colour of the teeth to a more desirable shade. View treatment details